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Cartoons and weed are one of the best pairings in the world. Here are a few recommendations.
Any kind of TV watching can be transformed into a high experience, but there are some options that lend better to these purposes than others. High up, among space movies and stoner comedies, are cartoons.
Cartoons can be the perfect amount of goofy and smart to pique the interest of a variety of weed smokers. Whether you want to reminisce or are looking to try something new, cartoons are a great option, one you should pair with weed if you’ve yet to try it.
Here are 5 cartoons to watch when high:
Adventure Time has it all, really sweet moments, crazy battles and plots, awesome music and the weirdest dialogue you can think of. If you’re dipping your toe back into watching cartoons, grab a joint and jump in.
Invader Zim is one of those nostalgic shows that you used to binge when you were little, at least if you’re a Millennial, about Zim, a little grumpy Alien who wants to invade Earth. It’s a dark comedy made by Nickelodeon, in the era where they used to make really weird-looking shows. It’s the type of show that’s silly and a little bit dirty, just enough to go unnoticed by kids but still stimulate them enough to keep coming back for more.
Harley Quinn is one of the best comic book adaptations in recent years. While the show is decidedly adult, it’s also incredibly funny and watchable, with only two short season that have aired. The show chronicles Harley’s life after she breaks up with the Joker, and takes every opportunity can to make fun of the traditionally macho genre of comics and superheroes.
If you want to go way back, to a time when a superhero movie or series was one in a hundred instead of the standard, you can always try watching the X-Men animated series. It’s one of the most revered shows of all time, not only because of the nostalgia factor but also because of the quality of the writing. While geared towards kids, it’s a cartoon that, like the best of cartoons, doesn’t dumb down its storylines. It’s also an ensemble cast, meaning that if you like any X-Men, there’s probably a great episode in there that will satisfy your craving. There’s also that dope opening theme.
Star Wars: Clone Wars
Lastly, there’s Star Wars: Clone Wars, a show that is like a weed dream, set in space and featuring cartoons. Aside from all of that, Clone Wars is also incredibly popular and revered, capable of pleasing any kind of Star Wars fan. The show revives old villains, creates new heroes and, best of all, feels incredibly like the Star Wars you know and love.
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