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While recreational marijuana isn't legal in the Sunshine State yet, there's no crime in getting the munchies. Whether you find yourself craving something over the top mid-day or late at night on a weekend when you're too drunk to drive & busy binging Netflix shows, there's one stoner themed spot that seeks to satisfy the biggest cravings, the Munchies 420 Cafe in Sarasota.

This cute little joint sits on the corner of Superior Ave and Golf Gate Drive, opening at 4:20 p.m. & staying open as late as 4:20 a.m. on the weekends. Whether you want to eat inside their 420 clad spot, sit out in the tiki area with the tunes, or have your goodies delivered if you're in their delivery area, this munchie bustin' cafe has you covered.

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Most people who visit Victoria are always trying to find their way back to the Southern border of Vancouver Island. The weather is mild, the community is bangin', and the food is worthy of inappropriate hashtags.

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On April 20th. The unsuspecting Ryerson student walks towards the Ted Rogers building for their exam, only to pass by a humongous crowd at Dundas Square with a thick cloud of smoke above them. It smells strange to the student. What could it be? It could only be one thing.

It's 4/20, and if you're a pot smoker, this is probably better than Christmas for you. The annual 4/20 event is happening at Dundas Square today from noon until 6 P.M. The march with HASHMOB begins at 11 A.M. and leaves from Vapor Central to Dundas Square. A whole bunch of comedians, musicians, and DJs will be there to entertain you all day long. There will even be vendors there for you to buy stuff.

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Being a stoner in Toronto isn't easy. Everyone wants to go out all the time, and you just want to stay at home with your Netflix. This gets even harder in the winter, when there's even less motivation to leave the house. But it gets worse! Here are all of the ways that Toronto makes stoner life hard.

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