Marijuana use is at an all time high in the United States. As more and more states decriminalize the herb, it's not surprising to see those numbers grow.
Of course there has to one city that gets blazed more than the rest, and Coed magazine has crowned a winner with their list of America's 5 Most Stoned Cities.
How they comprise the information is beyond me, and how did Texas and California not get a city on the list? Somewhere Snoop Dogg is shaking his head.
So let's peep the list and see if your city made it.
5) Morgantown, West Virginia
Okay, if you’re stuck at a college in the middle of Bumblef*ck, West Virgina, you’re probably gonna get a little bit blazed too. Morgantown is home to West Virginia University, which ranks #17 in the nation for toking colleges – as well as a bunch of cows and inbred wackos. Listen, don’t bogart that joint, Morgantown…
4) Burlington, Vermont
Vermont is notorious for smoking weed. From Super Troopers to schools where students can declare a major in “peace,” it shouldn’t blow anybody’s mind that Burlington came in a #4. I mean, really, what else is there to do in Vermont besides drugs, sex and snowboarding? Exactly
3) Portland, Oregon
The vegan to meat eater ratio of this city is like 6 to 1, so it’s no wonder that Portland ranked third on our list. 10% of the population admits to smoking marijuana at least once a day. Portland is also home to The Cannabis Café: the country’s first smoke-in medical marijuana dispensary
2) Boston, Massachusetts
No wonder the residents of Boston can’t pronounce their the letter “r” correctly; they’re stoned outta their minds! An estimated 9% of the population smokes daily (I wonder if Ben Affleck is among them?). Boston is also home to the annual Freedom Rally, where thousands of fellow tokers gather to have their demand for marijuana legalization heard!
1) New York City
It’s no surprise that the Big Apple is also the nation’s most blazed city. It’s estimated that 10% of the city’s population are regular users and half of them smoke pot from time to time. There has also been more than 400,000 arrests made on minor possession charges from 1997 to 2007
Here's a map of the states where smoking pot has been decriminalized.