PASSING THE TEST

Strap Some Pee To Me So I Can Afford To Buy Some Weed

Have you ever had to strap a bag of somebody else’s piss to your body to get a job? If you answered yes to this question chances are you’re a reefer, a stoner, a pot head, a smoker or a toker. I know this because I’m a “reefer” head too. Today, many people are lucky. They’ll never have to experience the humiliating or degrading feeling of strapping a bag of somebody else’s warm urine to their body. To carefully dump it into a cup while somebody watches over your shoulder practically staring at your junk, just to get a job. But, many of potheads have done just this. Why, because they work. They have jobs. They work to have money for everything else like you or I, and weed. 

Many companies give drug tests like this and people that consume cannabis go through links such as these to get these jobs. I once drove a fork truck at a company in which many of the drivers did pills and cocaine. The ones who were on pills had prescriptions so they could test positive for Vicodin, Percocet, Xanax, Oxycontin and other prescription drugs. Pot heads on the other hand, always have THC in their system. You can lose your job lickety-split quick in the United States for failing a company drug test. 

For this reason, cannabis consumers across the United States have turned to countless different detox methods and when all else fails yes strapping a bag of somebody else’s piss to their body. Passing a drug test in probation like this won’t work though. At least when I was on probation it wouldn’t have worked. Probation officers come in the bathroom with you and look at your junk while you pee.

Here’s A Few Other Tricks I’ve Heard To Pass A Piss Test    

There’s a few other handy dandy tricks I’ve heard and tried myself. The results you get may be different so don’t ever bank on something working for you that worked for someone else. Rumor has it that powdered bleach up under your fingernails will help you pass a piss test. I’ve tried a few OTC detox kits you buy in the store. Heartsun Total Body Flush worked for me once but then not at a different time. The Stuff runs $20 a bottle and I’ve seen it work for over a dozen people, just never for me.

They have herbal regimens combined with a heavy water intake you can follow for 7 days that I’ve also seen work for others. There are a handful of different way to pass a piss test when it comes to weed. The best way to pass one is to never have to take one. Hopefully cannabis will be removed from the controlled substance list in America like the Congressional Cannabis Caucus is trying to do .

A Bag of Pee Worked for A Job but I Wouldn’t Try It Elsewhere

While I was on probation I was forced to quit smoking pot. This was three of the shittiest years of my life. The dreams sucked, my patience and tolerance for people was next to None. I attended drug counseling while on probation. My drug counselor told me I had replaced my cannabis consumption with cooking and eating sausage biscuits in the morning.

Little did she know, I was just hungry. I also really fukin love sausage biscuits! After several weeks of attending this bullshit counseling I passed my certification saying I understood the dangers of cannabis and my risk of returning to cannabis use was minimal. Obviously, that was a bunch of bullshit. The minute I was off probation, I was smoking herb. Matter-of-fact the day I walked out of the office of the probation office I got high, high AF.

If you’ve never had to strap a bag of someone else’s piss to your body to get a job then my friend you are lucky to have not experienced cannabis prohibition such as this. If you have done this or know someone who has, then you’re a pioneer like me. I’d love to hear about how you passed or tried to pass a drug test in the comments below. Remember, a random act of kindness can go a long way and “A single seed can tip the scale.” Be the seed.

Till next time stay blazin buds!

Article courtesy of Expert Contributor: JamesP from CannaLance (CannaLance.com, @CannaLance, @CannaLancer710)

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