Dreaming of a green Christmas? Us too.
Though the holidays may look different for many this year, one thing remains constant in 2020: weed. Like a warm fire on a cold winter’s night, cannabis has provided comfort and cheer to people around the world in this dark year, and, unlike toilet paper, it has only become more accessible.
In the spirit of thanksgiving for our favorite plant, we searched out the funniest, herbiest holiday memes on the internet… and the results did not disappoint.
Sit back, light up, turn on “Stoned for Christmas” by Dent May, and enjoy this festive collection. After all, everybody knows some turkey and some marijuana help to make the season bright.
1. Shopping for the essentials
— Mikey Hutch ✨ (@HutchIyh) November 26, 2020
The turkey wasn’t the only thing that got baked this Thanksgiving.
2. Holiday décor and so much more
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas pic.twitter.com/gzNw4aHRtE
— Weed Porn (@BudPictures) December 13, 2014
Consider these halls decked.
3. The most lit menorah
View this post on Instagram
Talk about eight crazy nights.
4. The cure for Charlie Brown’s Christmas
This Christmas tree reached it's full potential with CBD😂 🌲 #cbd #cbdoil #cbdvape #cbdgummies #cbdisolates #cbdflowers #vape #cbdheals #cbdproducts #cbdedibles #cbddab #cbdoils #cbdman #memes #meme #hemp #funny #funnymemes #viral #humor #funnypics #funnyposts #cannabis #weed pic.twitter.com/fUCeYPqevR
— Honest CBD Reviews (@CbdHonest) December 13, 2018
Could this be the key to surviving family Zoom calls, too?
5. How to get on the nice list
— GodlessLiberals.com (@GodlessLiberals) December 16, 2015
St. Nick can have fun in a few more states this year.
6. The truth behind Santa Clause’s magical ride
— WriteWeed (@WriteWeed) August 4, 2019
Now we know why Rudolph’s nose was so lit.
7. A winter wonderland
— Pick The Top (@pickthe_top) January 31, 2018
It’s been a rough year. This holiday season, think about what your loved ones really need.
Elissa Esher is Assistant Editor at GreenState. Her work has also appeared in The Boston Guardian, Brooklyn Paper, Religion Unplugged, and Iridescent Women. Send inquiries and tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.