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SpongeBob SquarePants explores the seven stages of being high in new video

The video documents the (maybe) journey taken by those who have consumed entirely too much weed

FILE: A scene from the The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. Photo by SunMediaArchive

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    Most regular cannabis consumers have developed a tolerance to weed wherein even a heavy sesh isn’t likely to do much beyond enhance mood, promote relaxation and maybe stimulate the appetite a bit.

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    But for new smokers (or seasoned smokers trying lesser-used products like edibles), weed can transport one on a psychological and emotional journey like no other.

    Stage 1: The wait

    Sitting and waiting for products like edibles to kick in can take hours, as illustrated when SpongeBob is sitting with Patrick and bashing his tiny fist against a tabletop in impatience.

    Stage 2: The ascent

    The edibles are kicking in as SpongeBob sails through the air. “Fly so very high and touch the sky!” he sings as the clouds zip past and all is well. Oh, SpongeBob, if only you knew what you were in for next.

    Stage 3: Ice cream

    SpongeBob licks an ice cream cone with precision and speed, possibly trying to ward off the dreaded cotton-mouth, as he stares vacantly into space. Many consumers can relate!

    FILE: Cast attends the opening night of Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical after party at Ziegfeld Ballroom on Dec. 4, 2017 in New York City. / Photo: Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Nickelodeon Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Nickelodeon

    Stage 4: The power of imagination

    “We don’t need television… not as long as we have our imagination!” Patrick and SpongeBob make the statement from a large cardboard box, which we all know is the ultimate blank canvas for 3D creativity/hideout for if and when the outside world become a little too intense.

    Stage 5: Paranoia

    “The aliens are projecting our memories onto the environment! They’re trying to confuse us, Patrick,” a paranoid, spacesuit-bedecked SpongeBob hyperventilates, perfectly illustrating the moment shortly before a consumer realizes he or she probably didn’t need that second helping of gummies.

    Stage 6: The munchies

    SpongeBob dumps an entire box of Kelpo l into a bowl and devours it within seconds. Who among us can say that they have not eaten an unreasonable amount of cereal at one time or another thanks to a little too much weed?

    Stage 7: The comedown

    “Now I am utterly normal,” SpngeBob squeaks, staring into space without blinking in a matter that fuses denial and a need or desire to be as low-key as possible about the fact that he is still mashed out of his tiny, perforated mind.

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    The video documents the (maybe) journey taken by those who have consumed entirely too much weed