How To Score Weed
So you want to score some fresh weed, and you are not fortunate enough to live in one of those states that has made the sensible decision to decriminalize it. Congratulations: You’re cool, and you’ve come to the right place (within the wrong place). It’s not that hard to score bud with the right amount of finesse. Come with me as I guide you on a keef-paved road to sparking up.
First of all, forget any worries you may have about running into undercover law enforcement. It’s not like you’re going to encounter a copper disguised as a degenerate and have to go all 23 skidoo on his ass. Those guys aren’t out to bust random people trying to find a little bit of weed. (Except for the racist ones .) But at the same time, don’t wander around a park asking random people for weed. The following are broad but discreet strategies you can employ, depending on where you are.
This is pretty obvious, but if you’re in your own city, call up those friends of yours who you know smoke. In the spirit of people who enjoy weed, they’ll be glad to help you. I realize I have the luxury of living in New York City, where there are reliable delivery services that’ll come to your house in the agreed-upon time frame, unlike, say, the cable company. It’s a beautiful thing! But if you’re not lucky enough to live in a place like that, you’re not totally shit out of luck. You just have to do a bit more sleuthing.
If your pot-smoking friends are no help (or if you don’t have any friends who are open weed-heads), then refer to your generally sketchiest friends. Everyone has sketchy friends. I have this friend Adam who is sketchy as hell: He always looks like he just sprouted forth from the ground on which he’s standing. He’s like a cross between Johnny Appleseed and a Cabbage Patch Kid that came from a swamp. Sometimes he shows up at my house with a joint because he wants to say hi and smoke a joint. It’s great. But he also has a tendency to lose his phone and recover it in the microwave or the fridge, and he pops up in the most unlikely of places, like on my couch. Anyway, he’s a sketchball, and I mean that lovingly. But Adam knows things about life that some of us just aren’t born knowing. And one of those things is, he knows where to find marijuana.
The thing with pot dealers is they have a tendency to disappear into the ether. They’re reliable so far as someone who likes to get high can be, which means they’re around until they disappear or change their number or find more legal employment. If you smoke weed for long enough, you’re bound to run into this problem. Those are the times I’ve called Adam. Ironically enough, he’s found me the most reliable weed guy I’ve ever used in my life. His name is Rob, he drives a sensible car, he’s nice, and he’s always on time. In other words, your sketchy friends can potentially help you find a consistent source for the gang.
If you’re traveling somewhere and you need to find weed, the simplest thing you can do is think of anyone you may know in that city. If you don’t know anyone directly, chances are you know someone who knows someone. Do a little digging. Someone will be able to lead you in the right direction if you want it bad enough.
If that doesn’t work, all is not lost. Go to a bar. Talk to bartenders. Talk to patrons who look like it isn’t their first time at said bar. Be casual. Strike up a normal conversation, and skirt the topic of weed. If they seem open to marijuana as a concept, you can go a little deeper and start alluding to the fact that you are on a weed hunt. You don’t have to try too hard to sound cool, but at the same time, you don’t want to be completely secretive. It’s weed, not meth, and people—at least the ones you find in bars—are probably at least open to it. There is no script here, but follow conversational cues and look for a doggy door into getting bud. Don’t chicken out, you chicken. (You’re not a chicken, I didn’t mean that.)
People will know. Trust me. For about two years, I bought weed from a tiny blonde girl named Clementine who had a pierced septum and an equally tiny blonde dog. I met her in a bar on New Year’s Day several years ago, and she delivered weed to me on a consistent basis for about a year, until she apparently got hit by a car and sent her friend Mike or something in her stead, which felt weird. And after that she maybe stopped selling weed, because she just stopped responding to texts. I hope she’s okay.
If neither of those things work, just talk to people. Talk to strangers. Strangers, in general, have the best candy. Strike up conversations; feel things out. The natural progression might just Go There. If you’re feeling the vibe, maybe consider bringing up the topic. If things are going well, repeat after me: “Hey, man, do you know where I can find some weed?” The worst he or she could say is no. Other possible responses include, “No, but I have a friend who does” or “That’s illegal,” in which case you could always pretend like you were just joking.
Or you can just hope for the best. Put the vibe out. Life is random. Weird things happen. Once I was in a bodega, and this guy approached me and handed me a card that said, “Call Smiley” and had his phone number on it, exactly like the one in Half Baked. I was so taken aback, because I had actually been looking for a new weedman after my previous weedman, whose name was Philip but went by Bling, had retired. Smiley, whose name was actually Fire, was in fact looking to sell me some marijuana. It took me a minute to collect myself, but he sold me some tree right on the spot. I bought weed from him for awhile until his aspiring music career started taking off. Also, he started hitting on me.
Which brings up an important point: Don’t mix business with pleasure. This is sort of an unspoken rule, one you have seen laid out in such film classics as Grandma’s Boy and Pineapple Express. You don’t have this problem ever if you use a delivery service, but you probably will if you’re sourcing your sticky icky from a random dude or lady. They’re gonna want to smoke up with you. And sure, be polite and take that bong hit, but don’t linger. You don’t want to be friends with your weed dealer. It will always get weird.
So if all those things fail you, just go to your nearest Cypress Hill concert or University of Vermont alumni networking event. Just kidding! Actually, though, either of those things would likely get results. I have some miscellaneous tips as well. I’ve mentioned this before , but chat up your local cab drivers. In New York, this doesn’t work because cab drivers tend to be normal people with homes in Queens and kids in middle school, and they aren’t the men and women about town they once were. But in other places where the cab industry isn’t as robust or formal, this works. Once again, feel things out and gauge the vibe of the conversation before you start talking all things tree. These people are knowledgeable about the ways of the world, and can put you on the straight and narrow and high as hell.
If you’re at a concert, well, good for you: Finding weed just got a hell of a lot easier. When I am at a show or a festival and I’m looking for bud, I employ a few tactics. First, I look for the seedy-looking guy with a backpack of some sort. Those backpacks have treasures inside. If the seedy-looking guy with a backpack has White-Boy Dreads, even better. That’s as good as a dead ringer. Another good source is the people with hula hoops. Hula hoopers get high. There is probably a scientific reason for this. Scope people out. Additionally, gas-station attendants and people wearing T-shirts with the sleeves cut off in an unironic way could work. Or people who look like they spend a lot of time hanging out in front of head shops or progressive bookstores. The people who look like they smoke pot usually smoke pot.
And finally, when in doubt, make like Toucan Sam and follow your nose! First, sniff out the patchouli. Where there is patchouli, there is usually weed to be found. If you’re at a show, people will probably know where to point you to, or they’ll just smoke you out themselves. Pot-smokers are giving like that. They’re the opposite of the amphetamine crowd in that they are all about peace and love and Doritos.
I cannot guarantee success; I can only say that these tactics have worked in my own life of habitual pot-smoking. But if you channel your inner drug dog, your inner wook, your inner Widespread Panic fan—if you get a little sketchy and do some detective work—you should be high in no time, man.So you want to score some fresh weed, and you are not fortunate enough to live in one of those states that has made the sensible decision to decriminalize it. Congratulations: You’re cool, and you’ve come to the right place (within the wrong place). It’s not that hard to score bud with the right amount of finesse. Come with me as I guide you on a keef-paved road to sparking up.
Where to Find Weed Near You ANYWHERE in 2020 (Yes, Really!)
If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably typed “how to find a weed dealer near me,” in your browser, so we guess you’re not lucky enough to live in a state that recently legalized cannabis.
Some countries, like Portugal, have decriminalized almost all substances, so it’s virtually impossible to walk down the streets as a tourist without being asked if you want to try some quality greens. In California, for example, buying weed is easy as a walk to the beach — there’s no need to look for a dealer.
But for those of you torn between buying a swisher from a random guy and not buying cannabis at all, finding a weed dealer seems like the only option.
So, how to find a dealer near me? At WeBeHigh.com, we don’t want to encourage any illegal activities, so we won’t tell you how to find one. Instead, we’ll talk about how people scored their weed in 2019.
Read on and educate yourself about finding weed dealers in different places and how to take care of the necessary caution before approaching your guy.
Legal Status of Cannabis in the United States
Cannabis is still classified as Schedule I substance on the federal level. However, states have the right to implement their own regulations around the herb.
Currently, 11 states have legalized the recreational use of cannabis, including:
- Washington (and the District of Columbia)
26 out of the 50 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands have decriminalized cannabis possession. As for now, 47 of the 50 states allow for some form of medical cannabis. The only three states where weed is completely illegal are South Dakota, Nebraska, and Idaho.
Many states that have legalized cannabis have also made it possible for residents to grow their own plants. If you live in a state with medical marijuana laws, you may also consider applying for a medical cannabis card so that you can access your weed through a medical dispensary.
But if you don’t feel like growing your own stuff and don’t want to go through the bureaucracy involved in obtaining a medical cannabis card, continue reading to find out how to spot your street supplier.
Things You Need Before You Start Looking For a Weed Dealer Locally
The safest way to obtain weed from a dealer is to live in a state that has decriminalized marijuana possession. Once you’ve made your transactions, you won’t be charged with an offense as long as you have the legal amount of weed.
However, there are certain safety measures you should take if you want your purchases to remain low profile.
Make sure to do the following:
- Cover your tracks using tools like TOR browser or I2P
- Consider apps like Burner which give you a temporary phone number that you can get rid of once you’re done using it
- Stay away from mail-order deals especially if the product is crossing state lines. You’ll risk being charged with a federal offense.
- Simply type 420 in the search bar. It will return hundreds of results, but you’ll need to do a background check on your prospect. Never jump right into a deal at face value.
- Check Instagram accounts tagged #420 #notforsale #weedin[name of country / town]. Instagram has recently become a good place for local growers to communicate with people interested in their crops.
- Use communicators like Wickr me or Signal for encrypted communication. This is to ensure that no 3rd-party app can read your messages.
- Familiarize yourself with slang substitutes for weed, but make sure they don’t come from the weed slang itself. There are other items and activities you can relate to when talking about your, hm, groceries.
- Check different online communities and forums for cannabis aficionados. This way, you’ll be able to make yourself a network of contacts should one of your weed guys be out of reach. LeafedIn is a great source for people seeking a weed supplier. It’s a cannabis social network with an all-important list of scammers
Okay, that’s enough prep work. Let’s get down to the real business
How to Find a Weed Dealer Near Me
Whether you’re on vacay out of town, abroad, or you’re just alone in the city and all your contacts are out of reach, below we cover every possible scenario to help you make sure you always score your weed regardless of your location.
1. Finding a Weed Dealer in Your City
This may sound obvious, but if you’re in your own city, call up those friends of yours who you usually smoke with. In the spirit of people who enjoy cannabis, they will be happy to lend their hands. You know how it works, there are people who know people who know how to help you out.
Sometimes, when your weed-smoking friends are no help, then you can turn to your generally sketchiest friends. Everybody has that person in their circle of friends who’s always up to something and they always know where to look for when others do not. Chances are they’ll know where to find cannabis.
Once you get into a business relationship with your dealer, don’t be afraid to ask them if they know someone from their “branch”. It’s not like they’re going to be extremely happy about your question, but weed dealers tend to disappear into the ether for no reason. They do, however, have alternative contacts to redirect their clients should they be unable to do the favor.
2. Finding a Weed Dealer in a New Place
The only guaranteed way to find a dealer near you when you’re in a new place is to be social and spark some new connections. You can go to a pot event and meet people who know where to look for when it comes to high-quality weed. Consider the 420 Event List as a good starting point. However, if you don’t have time for socializing or you’re more of an introvert, then it’s best if you visit typical stoner destinations: the parks, beaches, the town’s nightlife scene. And in some parts of the world, people even ask the taxi drivers for weed dealers.
Alternatively, you can think of the closest person you could know in a foreign town. Whatever option you choose, just be open about cannabis — but in a discreet fashion — and it will have positive results.
3. Finding a Weed Dealer Abroad
Similar to finding a weed dealer in a new town, dosing so abroad is all about making connections. But since your time abroad is usually limited to a few weeks, it can be difficult to make strong bonds with people there. Given this, your best bet will be to visit typical stoner places or look for destinations crowded with tourists. In many countries, especially where weed has been decriminalized, incognito street dealers are like an element of the local folklore — just like guys painting caricatures.
This is true especially for countries like Mexico, Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, and the Netherlands.
Do’s and Don’ts of Looking for a Weed Dealer Near Me
Now that you know where to look for a weed dealer depending on your location, here’s a list of things to follow if you want to stay trouble-free during your endeavor.
- Identify and avoid scammers. The weed community receives a large number of scammers who offer weed at suspiciously low prices on top of other substances. These can be seen all over social media platforms, from Facebook to Instagram to Twitter and Disqus. It’s important that you never buy marijuana online from someone you don’t know.
- Use websites like Reddit, Craigslist, and HuluandChill to find your weed dealer. These anonymous communities are perfect if you want to maintain privacy.
- Be nice to your dealer. Weed dealers are usually regular people who just happen to have an illicit source of income. Considering there are states where such guys run legal weed businesses, don’t treat them as if they were some kind of creepy lurkers from around the corner. Many people make good friends with dealers, so just act like you’re just hanging around as buddies.
- Buy in bulk. The best deal for you and your weed dealer is to meet as rarely as possible, so instead of buying 3 grams every few days, save some money for larger quantities and meet up once a month.
- Don’t blatantly advertise that you’re looking for weed. Instead, look for people. And when you get in touch with them, gently direct the conversation on the right track.
- Don’t take your weed for granted. Don’t be afraid to smell or touch the buds. You may also want to eye-check their weight. Some weed dealers aren’t the most honest people out there, so it’s better to err on the side of caution.
- Don’t use official web browsers. We’ve mentioned social media and other online sources to search for a weed dealer, but make sure that you do it from a dark web browser or, at least, use a decent VPN to protect your privacy.
- Don’t name things. Saying “hello, I’d like to buy some weed because my friend told me you’re dealing” isn’t the best way to spark a friendship with your dealer. Instead, use everyday language to help them understand what you mean without using weed terms.
- Don’t be fussy. If you want a wide product selection available at hand, you’ll need to move to a state with legal adult-use dispensaries. Don’t look down on your dealer when they have only one strain available at a time, or if the quality of their weed isn’t close to what you’ve tried in LA.
Looking for a Weed Dealer Online: Why It’s a Better Alternative to Finding One Locally
Finding a weed dealer locally can be difficult, especially in countries where weed isn’t a popular substance. There’s also a risk of stumbling upon an undercover cop who will bust you for even trying to purchase cannabis. In some places, punishments for weed can be as high as several years in prison — not to mention some Asian countries where weed can grant you a capital punishment.
The best and safest way to find a weed dealer is to look for one online. The Internet provides you with enough privacy protection to avoid triggering the attention of the authorities. There are special browsers, communicators, and even social apps that connect weed users with their delivery guys — you just need to know where to look for.
Speaking of which, THIS GUIDE contains everything you need to know about finding a weed dealer online. You can read it once your local search comes to no avail, or if you want to skip the old-school way and make your purchase happen faster.Can't find a local dispensary, weed dealer, and stuck searching Google for "weed near me" to score some cannabis goods? It's 2020 – here's a better way. ]]>