Do you have what it takes to pass the WEED test?
This up and coming exam is being developed to determine if one is qualified to be a weed master. It’s composed of three simple questions, any of which can provide weed-related knowledge contributing to the delinquency of a minor michigan that will help you conquer the mountains and valleys of this ever-changing industry.
1. What is the most popular recreational and medicinal marijuana product in California?
A. Marijuana Taco Shells
B. Fruity Cannabis Candy
C. Joint-Free Cannabis Cigarettes
2. True or False: 13 states have legalized marijuana for recreational use, but only 7 of those states have approved a weed card for patients and caregivers to share cannabis with other people. True or False?
3. What is the difference between concentrate, bud, flowers and trim?
After reading the questions to your group, divide everyone into two teams. The team that answers all three of these questions first will be victorious (or at least victorious enough to get a special trophy). Hand out the following instructions to each team:
“We’re going to play a little game called Q&A. Every question you get wrong means an extra point for your opponents. And just to warn you in advance so you don’t accidentally trip and kill yourself, the weed cards are considered cheating devices.” Then make sure that each team has at least one person who can demonstrate their knowledge of cannabis products.
HOW IT WORKS:
First, one person from each team should step up to answer Question 1. The first person gets two points for answering correctly. If the person answers incorrectly, then that question is out of play. That player then steps aside and another player from their team gets three points for answering question 2 correctly, or a point for answering incorrectly if their opponent got the answer right. When Question 3 is asked, it’s up to a different player from each team to answer. When they step up, they’re given five points if they get the question right, or no points if they get it wrong and their opponents got it right. Then the game ends when one team is awarded ten points. The winning team will be the first one to score ten points, so be ready to go as fast as you can!
The game ended with three team members, who received the following scores:
Team #1: 56 – 57
Team #2: 55 – 56
Team #3: 53 – 56
*The winning team was Team #1 by a score of 57-56!*
*They received their trophy with pride!*
Team #1 had the edge going into the round. They correctly answered Questions 1 and 2 and had one person from their team answer Question 3 on their own (and get it wrong, causing an extra point to Team #2). The match was incredibly close, but Team #1 edged out Team #2 at the finish line. In a future article, we’ll test your knowledge of cannabis equipment in more detail!
*The WEED test is not able to be reimbursed by any health insurance company.
1. You can change the questions to whatever you want, in order to make the test easier (or more difficult) for everyone. This means that if you are a plant and have never seen a marijuana plant before, your opponents will still have to answer questions about plants.
2. You can even ask higher-level questions, like “What is the difference between trim and flowers.”
CAN YOU LIMIT YOUR QUESTIONS TO A BASIC LEVEL?
You may not be able to ask every question under the sun, but any question that is relevant and could be answered with only two or three words should be fine.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOUR QUESTION IS RELEVANT OR NOT?
To answer this, you and your teammates should try to think of some scenarios where people would ever need to know this information. Then, you can brainstorm what the best questions are to ask in order to test these scenarios. For example, if your group is playing a scene in a movie about cops who are trying to bust fake weed shipments, then questions like “What type of container does it ship in?” and “How do you know if it’s fake?” could all be relevant questions to ask.
CAN YOU ASK EVERYTHING?
The more you can test on, the better. For example, if you have a group of medical marijuana patients who are trying to figure out how to properly medicate themselves with edibles, then this would be a good time to ask questions like “What’s the best way to eat these?” and “What’s the difference between chocolates and candies?”
A NOTE ON CANNABIS JOURNALISM IN A CRITICALLY ACCURATE WAY:
This is another factor that will determine whether or not your question is relevant. If you are asking a question that could be answered with a two- or three-word answer, don’t use a word like “weed” in your question. Instead, use something like “What kind of products come in the brown bag labeled ‘Bud’?” or “How are marijuana plants traditionally grown for harvesting and curing?”
WHERE YOU ARE INVOLVED IN A SCENE
Some questions that you could ask to test your knowledge may not be relevant to where you are currently located. The best time to ask these questions is when someone interviews you about your character’s actions or opinions. In this case, try to avoid stating your opinion about anything at all (unless of course it’s relevant).