Skip to comments.Halloween High? Pot Shaped Lollipops.. ' PotPops..'
Posted on 10/10/2011 9:21:39 PM PDT by cakid1
Halloween High? Pot Shaped Lollipops ...
Great.. Just in time for Halloween.
A lollipop that's shaped like a pot leaf.
So, is it a trick or a treat? The makers claim its just a treat.. no pot inside.
A company in Pennsylvania is making the suckers shaped like marijuana leaves.
The suckers come in bags.. "that encourages legalization and sports pot humor such as "Hey man, pass the bag" and "Providing you with candy that meets our HIGH STANDARDS."
Others aren't so high on the idea..
"Shame on you if this is the way you make money," Buffalo City Councilman Darius G. Pridgen said during a recent council meeting where he blasted manufacturer Kalan Gifts & Novelties of Lansdowne, Pa. "This is outrageous."
(Excerpt) Read more at community.cbs47.tv ...
Got a pix.. if someone can post if for me.
Thanks in advance.
proof that pot warps your mind.
I’m sure I will pass these out to the young in my neighborhood ... and get totally vilified by my neighbors. LOL! Dare I say it ... stoned by my neighbors.
Media comes up with lame ‘pot pops’.
They’re Lollipots. Absofrickin no ounce of creativity in the MSM.
Thanks umgud !
The “Pothead Ring Pots,” “Pothead Lollipops” and bagged candy are distributed to retail stores by the novelty supply company Kalan LP of the Philadelphia suburb of Lansdowne. It also wholesales online for $1 for a lollipop and $1.50 for a package of three rings.
Company president Andrew Kalan said the candy, on the market six to nine months and in 1,000 stores around the country, promotes the legalization of marijuana.
“It does pretty well,” he said.
I agree Secret Agent Man.
The makers who put ‘PotPops’ on the package are not very creative..
No pot inside? Drat.
It not even well made.
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