5 Mind-Blowing Places Lubbock Potheads Can Get Their Munchies On 4/20
Yeah, this guy ^^ is about to be a freaking billionaire.
Like Cheech and Chong, peanut butter and chocolate, Lennon and McCartney, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, the Dallas Cowboys and failure, some things are inseparably linked. And now that the road to Clovis, New Mexico is jammed with broken roach clips on a last chance power drive, we can revisit one old familiar pairing that's synonymous with the contents of Snoop Dogg's pantry.
Weed, and The Munchies.
On the unofficial holiday of the danky dank, it only makes sense to help guide participants down the hazy path of munchie stops that are synonymous with anyone who partakes and also the hazy Hub City. And if you're still stumped for where to grab the Devil's Lettuce, we have this handy dandy ganja guide.
So, after you pull off the Slaton Highway with your stash of greenery and you've got a hankering for some substance, you may want to check out the following stops for a quick bite between bong hits.
There are more than enough locations of Taco Villa to ensure that your buzz isn't harshed (I'm speaking like a youth!), no matter how early in the morning you fire up the water pipe.
After opening their first Lubbock location this past year, Taco Bueno is a favorite of mine, baked or not. That 10 taco special is a crowd pleaser, even when we can't find our keys.
The Texas chain has two locations that are close to your casa en Lubbock, so you won't have to drive too far after using an empty Corona bottle as a makeshift bong.
The sheer number of taco combinations at Torchy's may make you feel like you're FREAKING OUT, MAN...even though it's on the pricey side if you just burned a tank of $3.50/gallon gas to make a border run. And you'll probably keep staring at the neon sign that says "DAMN GOOD" while muttering "yeah, I am."
Funny story: I have a friend who was hanging out in another friend's house playing video games back in the mid 1980s when they decided to go get Taco Bell. Just after they got back with their tacos, a longtime classmate our ours, who was extremely high, dropped by.
After some small talk, which only hammered home the point that our acquaintance was incredibly stoned, he immediately started staring at my friends food. Like, really creepily. Almost sexual. Señor Bongrip then asked if he could take a bite of my friend's burrito, which my friend happily obliged. It was quite a display from what I understand watching that Taco Bell burrito go down. So I'll always equate Taco Bell with our stoned friend. "Live mas," indeed.
I'm sure there are more choices other than tacos, but if you got the joke, we're proud of you. You get a gold star, and a dimebag.
By the way, I think we're parked.