Margaret Cho & B-Real Confess Their First Time In The SmokeBox
Margaret Cho talks the first time she got high and why she loves weed with Cypress Hill’s B-Real in this episode of The Smokebox.
Comedy extraordinaire Margaret Cho smokes it up with Cypress Hill’s B-Real in this episode of The Smokebox. From good weed to bad weed, the two share their experiences with cannabis while toking on a fat joint. Also, the duo discusses comedy, their first time smoking, and more. Being that Cho is an advocate for cannabis reform, Dr. Greenthumb aka B-Real couldn’t have picked a better person to join him in this smoke-filled episode. Without further ado, it’s time to grab your bud, spark it up, and check out the video by BREALTV.
Margaret Cho is in the smokebox
B-Real wastes no time in this episode. Almost immediately, he sparks the joint and the two dive right into sharing stories about their first time smoking pot. While Cho didn’t smoke until she was fourteen, Dr. Greenthumb started lighting up in the fifth grade.
It seems as though B-Real didn’t have the typical rookie experience that most first-timers have. In short, he and a few guys got high; that’s it. Meanwhile, Cho got stuck with stems, seeds, and a sore throat.
Further into the conversation, Margaret talks about being an advocate for cannabis. As a matter of fact, she calls herself green and sober because she sticks to the herb rather than alcohol. Her reasons are on point, it’s less damaging, better than alcohol, and most importantly it’s what helps her.
Even better, she compares cannabis to a vehicle. It helps you get there, and it helps you get away. In a nutshell, you use it how you use it. Be sure to check out the video below for more smokey conversations and even a special guest.
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