One word: privacy

The plan was easy, but great.

The music festival was three days of live performances, and it was being held at a giant field and camping area.

My friends and I decided to take a mobile home, have a party on the road trip there, and then sleep in the mobile home for the entirety of the long weekend. It was going to be such a grand time, and with travel time there and back with my friends, it would be a week. Four people in a mobile home for a whole week required some extra supplies. The four of us would need food, bottled water, liquor, and a whole lot of cannabis. As it turns out, our supply of cannabis was pretty mild, and we had smoked most of it by the time we even got to the festival. That wouldn’t be a concern, we figured, because so many people smoke marijuana at these events someone there would have some to sell. It turns out we didn’t need to buy any marijuana, because that mobile home gave us an advantage that most people didn’t have — privacy. For the right to have some security while getting high, we found a lot of people who were genuinely generous with their cannabis. Whenever you light up at a festival, the cannabis crew start to come in and ask you for a couple of hits. The privacy to smoke cannabis undisturbed proved to be genuinely smart, and we entirely drove home with a lot more marijuana than I had initially. Not only did people smoke us out, they also left cannabis buds as a “thank you” gift.

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