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Cannibis games
Most people have played Cards Against Humanity enough times that maybe the cards feel a little “played out.” That’s where the expansion packs come in. And weed. Add some fresh cards and sprinkle some cannabis into the games night, and this dark-humor game never loses its edge.
This one is not recommended for the occasional toker, please abide.
Pro Tip: Roll your joints before the movie starts! You’ll quickly notice that despite how many times you’ve seen this movie the joints will sneak up on you. This is how it goes:
Pro Tip: If at any time during the challenge anyone gets too high, please remember: CBD has been proven to naturally reduce anxiety and bring our minds & bodies back to homeostasis. When someone has a negative experience with cannabis and gets “too high” CBD can be consumed and the patient will actually start to mellow out and “sober up” within minutes.
The lighter game is always a fun one! The way you play is similar to hacky-sack. You take a lighter and balance it on the top of your hand, laying over the tops of your fingers. You then toss the lighter over to your buddy, who has to catch the lighter on the top of their fingers. You toss back and forth and get some good laughs out of the experience. It also helps with hand-eye coordination. If you’re feeling competitive, you can move farther apart with each successful toss.
What you’ll need:
This is a popular app that you can download on your phone for free. It’s kinda like digital charades. Once you’ve got the app, here’s how it works:
Cannabis is moving into liquor’s territory at get-togethers in legalization states. We’re on the lookout for weed games that are as fun, popular, and catchy as drinking games. So what are our favorite weed games to play instead of Flip Cup and Beer Pong?
If you’re playing doubles, this means that both players must take nine dabs by the end of a round of 18 baskets. The official Discs-n-Dabs tournament is played as a Triples Tournament, allowing players to take six dabs per person per round, rather than nine.
While playing some of these missions it requires your fire team to communicate, which makes it more fun as a weed game. We are constantly joking around about the enemy that you just blasted in the face, start singing/saying weird things, or you all equip the same emote and film your team dancing together. The best part is when you hear someone on the chat taking a hit and start coughing their lungs out, and everyone joins in or cheers them on.
Move over, drinking games. Weed games are on the rise. We polled the playful team at My 420 Tours to get a full circle of opinions on the best weed games out there. Here’s what we came up with.
Cannibis games
I tend to buy strong weed for personal consumption. If I’m playing a smoking game, though, I want a strain with lower THC levels. It’s the same reason I use a light lager for beer pong. Sure, I’d prefer a strong IPA, but I couldn’t play as long if I did.
In case you were worried pong wouldn’t make the list.
The following games will work whether you have dozens of participants or it’s just you and a friend.
This one is easy to play and tough to win. After everyone is nice and toasted, the game begins. If you smile you lose and have to take a hit.
Parties don’t have to be all about drinking. Many party-goers will actually appreciate the shift away from booze. And, by playing marijuana smoking games instead of drinking games, you don’t have to worry about babysitting your friends. If someone has too much weed, just grab them a pillow.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Stop by Karing Kind in North Boulder to stock up on top-tier bud for your next party. And, be sure to share your favorite smoking games in the comments below.

  1. Everyone who is playing builds a bong using only what is available.
  2. Participants test the DIY bongs.
  3. Everyone votes on the winner.

Categories is one of those games that anyone can play. It just happens to work well with weed.
Why aren’t we all playing more weed games at parties? I compiled a list of some of the most popular and easy-to-play marijuana smoking games. (Karing Kind | Boulder, CO)