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Conquer Your Flight Anxiety By Eating This Mysterious Weed Cookie We Found Outside Terminal B

Do you love to travel but suffer from flight anxiety? Well, we have the perfect solution for you! Just eat this whole weed cookie we found on a bench outside terminal B, and you’ll probably have a nice, relaxing flight. Right? What could possibly go wrong?

Don’t let your flight anxiety stop you from exploring exotic new destinations. Instead, scarf down this tasty treat which could contain anywhere from 5–250 milligrams of THC.

Trust us, this is a very good idea.

A few bites of this cryptic cookie, and you’ll finally be able to fly without a single worry in your head. What could be better than getting on that plane, reclining your seat, gazing blissfully at the clouds, and drifting off into a euphoric sleep until you land? Absolutely nothing! Which is why you should eat this delectable baked good even though we have no idea where it came from.

Travelling can be hectic enough already, but eating this enigmatic edible will mean that you don’t have to stress about being anxious on the plane. There’s nothing better for your paranoia than hundreds and hundreds of milligrams of THC. Good ol’ weed — it never hurt anyone. Right?

If you aren’t an experienced consumer of cannabis, here’s what you can expect from the cookie: your negative thoughts will completely disappear and be replaced with only happy, positive ones. Physically, your body will feel more relaxed than it ever has before, and, if you want to, you’ll be able to fall into a nice peaceful sleep. Interacting with others will feel exciting, and your airplane seat will seem like a throne fit for a king. There are exactly zero other outcomes.

So what are you waiting for? Those chocolate chips look delicious.

For an even more delightful experience, you could pair the cookie with a weed brownie we found lying on the sidewalk outside terminal D!

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