SACRAMENTO - Gov. Schwarzenegger confirmed that pot ice cream will now be available in all public schools in California.
A dispensary in California is offering three flavors of cannabis ice cream to its patients. The operator of the Creme De Canna in Santa Cruz says it has always been his passion to make marijuana “deliciously amazing.” Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped by Creme De Canna to look over the operation and was thrilled with the “High Scream” he got to try. “I think that all the children in California should have the opportunity to have this delicious and healthy ice cream.”
Governor Schwarzenegger spent the half the day looking of over the facilities and the other half of the day looking at his thumb and laughing. “I am the Thumbinator!” Asked why he would want to put pot ice cream into public schools, the Governor said, “Huh? Yeah, dude. I know.”
Here’s Arnold taking a lick of his high scream:
Marijuana ice cream is not new. As a matter of fact Cheech and Chong first had the idea to make marijuana ice cream in their movie Nice Dreams back in 1981. Recipes have passed back and forth between pot users since the ’60s, and directions for an untold number of flavors abound on the Internet. But this is the first commercial sale of the product and the first time a Governor has mandated that ice cream (of any kind) be placed into public schools.
Since Prop 19 (legalizing marijuana) is on the ballot in November, the Governor feels that he might as well place an order now for the ice cream to “get all the good ice cream flavors, while they are available.” Flavors offered by Creme De Canna include Banannabis Foster, Straw-Mari Cheesecake and Triple Chocolate Brownie. More flavors were reported to be in the making, including Arnold’s Vanilla Bud.
The pot ice cream sells for $15 half-pints, but California public schools will be getting it for half that price. Each half-pint is about eight joints worth of pot. “We’d rather have students be high in school, where we can monitor them, then have them high at home with their uptight parents,” said NEA representative Sunshine Bailey. “And kids will be getting high sooner or later, so we might as well be there to educate them on how to deal with things like the munchies. It’ll give them a leg up when they go to college.”
And here’s President Obama sampling the product:
I scream, you scream, we all scream for High Scream!
Here’s an early report on Creme De Cana.