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Ten Things You Should Fllip the Bird to Before You Die
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7. Pissing Indoors
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10. Going to Bed Early
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High Times Touts CBD-Infused Maxi Pads Aug 21, 2019 - 9:04
In its September issue, which has been out since mid-June, High Times magazine ran sponsored content pimping CBD oil as a cure for menstrual distress. We generally don't put much stock in sponsored content or on websites that feature it—and we have noticed a determined effort from High Times to court female readers—nevertheless we thought this might be an "amuse bush."
The High Times article, CBD to the Maxi, extols the virtues of CBD-infused Stayfree Maxi Pads. It is accompanied by the usual breathless testimonials.
According to marching band major Cynthia Meadows of West Chester University, "My periods, which used to occur whenever they wanted to, became as regular as clockwork, like, just two months after I started using (the 250mg strength CBD-infused Maxi Pads). OMG, they're so regular I could set my iPhone by them."
Another happy cramper is Billie Jean Olivio of Delaware Valley Community college. "My mood swings, like, disappeared after using the 500mg strength CBD-infused Maxis my first semester. The calming effect helped me crush my finals that year."
In addition to the 250mg and 500mg strengths, CBD-infused Stayfree Maxi Pads are available in a 750mg über model designed for those who can barely get out of bed when the curse comes calling. Even some men are chuffed about this product.
"My significant was a bitch on wheels for a good five days each month," laughs red shirt junior linebacker Houston Peoples of Penn State University. "Couldn't get so much as a hand job for damn near a week. Now she's even up for some back door action. We are Penn State."
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