Munchies Vol 62



No one is ever going to accuse Chuck E. Cheese’s of having the best pizza around — or the most creative palette in the world. In fact, Chuck E. Cheese’s is mostly where you go when you know a little kid having a birthday. You get stuck with mediocre-at-best pizza, watch the animatronic characters sing like they’re the Payless Shoe Source-version of Disneyland and eventually you leave.

No one really goes out of their way to go to Chuck E. Cheese’s. But maybe that’s going to change depending on your opinions of Frankenfoods?! Chuck E. Cheese’s announced recently that it’s putting out a new Cheetos Mac-Cheesy Pizza. As the name suggests, it’s mac-n-cheese on top of a pizza with Cheetos on top of that.

Well, that sounds like something right out of the Stoner Test Kitchen. Question is whether anybody not going to a 6-year-old’s birthday party is going to Chuck E. Cheese’s to try it.



Imagine ordering a couple of storage bins on Amazon to put your old house decorations in, then when those storage bins show up, they have 65 pounds of pot in them. Christmas either came early or someone made a big mistake.

This happened recently to a couple in Orlando, who received their special package and then freaked out. Was someone going to come after them in search of all that weed? Were they being set up? So they made what they thought was the most prudent move and called Amazon and then the authorities.

What would you have done in their shoes?



Alex Trebek, the Jeopardy God, recently told The Daily Beast about the time he ate some hash brownies back in the 70s and it went a little something like this:

“I had just arrived in California and went to a friend’s house for dinner, and there were brownies. I love brownies—I’m a chocoholic—and I didn’t realize that they were hash brownies. And… whoa. That threw me for a loop. I took down about a half-dozen. The dinner party was on a Friday, and I was not able to leave that house until Sunday afternoon. I spent the next day and a half in bed.”



We’re all aware of the resolve of Americans to help each other when tragedy strikes. We’ve seen it with Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and various other disasters. And we’ve seen it with the Northern California wildfires too. Even in a cannabis way. CannaCraft, a medical marijuana company headquartered in Santa Rosa, recently announced it was donating $40,000 worth of marijuana and vape pens to local dispensaries so people in the area could have something to help them chill out. And that’s about the best news we’ve heard this month.



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