I know everyone says this, but I really was born in the wrong time… and state.
According to Business Insider, students Josiah Tullis and Megh Vakharia from the University of Washington have created, and are planning to launch by the end of this year, a delivery system for weed. Working as a middleman between dispensaries and your doorstep, the app is the first of its kind, completely legal and will be servicing those lucky herb enthusiasts in Seattle and Denver.
The app is called Canary and works like a combination of Uber and Seamless. Users must first verify they are legally able to buy weed (which in those cities now only involves some photo ID) and are then presented with a large variety of strains from Canary’s dispensaries and producers.
However, there will be a 10 to 25 percent service charge applied to the delivery — but hey, when you’re high and don’t want to leave your house for more weed, what’s another $5?
So, those fortunate enough to live in the legalized cities get not only to buy their weed hassle free, but also to get it delivered to their doorsteps. It’s just another perk amid a long line of perks for those stoners in Colorado and Washington, while the rest of us struggle to find dealers and bud that doesn’t resemble oregano.
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