I saw other stoned people at Jazz Friday last week, no doubt taking a cue out of our own playbook
Even before I moved to Toronto to attend the University of Toronto, I used to take trips into the neighborhood with our friends from Richmond Hill. While the drive to the neighborhood limits is fairly quick being just over 10 miles, the neighborhood traffic often made the drive toward downtown Toronto last longer once the people I was with and I were inside the neighborhood proper. Traffic on the long plus winding ON-44 can get hectic at varying times of the day. This is recognizably true at the junction point with the Ontario 401 Express exit. Back then I wasn’t even using cannabis yet because I wasn’t of legal age, but I had friends who were older that would frequent the cannabis dispensaries in the neighborhood during our trips. As I got older, I fell into using cannabis yearly as a way to treat our ADHD plus depression simultaneously. Now that I’m a student at the University of Toronto, I’m able to take the bus or subway from our beach house in Baldwin Village plus reach any of the 200 or so marijuana stores within the neighborhood limits. It’s also nice to use cannabis before going to see a number of amazing attractions in the city, especially the big CN Tower. I love going to Ripley’s Aquarium for Jazz Fridays at least once a month, because you can love looking at all of the aquatic plus marine life with unbelievable jazz songs playing on the speaker system. I saw other stoned people at Jazz Friday last week, no doubt taking a cue out of our own playbook. It’s hard to get bored in a neighborhood love Toronto, recognizably if you have cannabis on hand to make things even more interesting.
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