Not too long ago, there was a time when everyone wasn’t racing gay marriage and pot legalization like they were dogs around a track. Now a days there’s fewer and fewer places that you can’t either as a dude, marry another dude, or purchase the Mary Tobacco Cronic like it’s a pack of healthful honest cigarettes. This world, huh?
With legal pot spreading across the country (be it recreationally legal or [recreationally] medicinal) faster than a pothead can decide that jam bands are amazing, shops and dispensaries are popping up everywhere for you to get your hands on that doobie, stank, sticky… dank? I don’t smoke, but I’m pretty sure these are the current hip terms, bro.
And so with these new, very specific businesses emerging, one young entrepreneurial Girl Scout realized the interdependent connection between the kronik, and the chronic munchies, and she did one of the single smartest things I’ve ever heard of: posted up outside a San Francisco Pot Club to sell her cookies.
Over the next 120 minutes, 13-year-old Girl Scout Danielle Lei, went on to sell 117 boxes of delicious munchies-relief to patrons exiting The Green Cross. That’s nearly a box a minute, which I can only assume was physically as fast as she could ring up the newly medicated clientele.
“It’s no secret that cannabis is a powerful appetite stimulant,” Holli Bert of The Green Cross told Mashable, “so we knew this would be a very beneficial endeavor for the girls.”
She went on to say what now seems like easily one of the most obvious and inspirational statements ever uttered by the human tongue “It’s all about location, and what better place to sell Girl Scout cookies than outside a medical cannabis collective?”
This young woman’s keen understanding of simple supply and demand has so inspired me, that I’m going to hit the dispensary-adjacent sidewalks this weekend with my new entrepreneurial enterprise: re-selling bootleg bags of Taco Bell soft tacos and bootleg Adam Sandler DVDs! Oh man, I’m gonna need a summer home just to store all the damn money I’m gonna make!