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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Top 10 Munchie-Related Highdeas

Posted By on Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 10:00 AM

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If you waste a lot of time on the Internet, you may have heard of Highdeas (or you might have been too lazy to come across it, in which case, that's cool too). It's essentially Twitter for stoners, a permanent home for those great ideas that visit folks while they're in altered states.

Understandably, many of these Highdeas are about food. In honor of 4/20, Gut Check presents our Top 10 food-related Highdeas...

10. Aim High

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9. It's All About Branding (bonus grammatical points for creative use of "gram" crackers)

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8. Just Chillin'

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7. Pun Intended (under normal, i.e., not high, circumstances, Gut Check would deduct points for the smugness of calling attention to the fact that one has just punned. But high times call for highfalutin')

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6. Why Does This Amaze No One? (what are the odds that a fruit -- the orange -- happens to be the same color as its name?)

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