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Ontario Kids Got So High They Had To Call The Police For Help

Dude, why do we feel so fuzzy? What's happening? We've been poisoned!
Ontario Kids Got So High They Had To Call The Police For Help

Alright, Ontario - you are making the headlines for so easy for us! 

First, it was the police indulging in some edibles after raiding a dispensary - for shame, Toronto pigs, shame. Issues coming out of edible consumption seems to be on the rise in Ontario. 

READ MORE: Two Canadian Cops On Duty Raid Marijuana Dispensary And Got So High They Had To Call Backup

A group of youth on vacation in Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON called 911 for help in the early hours of Sunday morning thinking they had been exposed to Carbon Monoxide poisoning. 

When the police arrived, a number of the 10 vacationing kids were suffering from an "unknown affliction" - LOL! 

With just a little good old-fashioned police work, they came to realize that those who felt ill, and clearly paranoid about carbon monoxide, had consumed part of a Marijuana brownie cake. Everyone else was fine.

This leads me to the question - what in the hell were other people thinking who felt perfectly fine? 

Police said they were unable to rule out the possibility of food poisoning, as well. The Fire department also showed up, just to confirm that there was, in fact, no concern about carbon monoxide poisoning.

A few of them were even taken to the hospital by ambulance, according to the news circulating.

So - what's the take away here? Pace yourselves, kids! Edibles can be great, but remember, if you're going to eat your Ganja - patience is key!

It seems that there needs to be a 420 crash course in Ontario ASAP! Someone call up Martha Stewart to teach you kiddies how to do edibles right.

Be like this cat. Stay calm. Ride the green wave, and you'll be just fine.

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