By idiot says "you raised him" - Canada - Barrie
Today, my son got in serious trouble after he was caught trying to sell weed to people in the street. The good news is that the "weed" was just actual weeds he'd pulled from our lawn. The bad news is that at age 16, my son is too stupid to know the difference. FML
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  kingdomgirl94  |  28

Well I mean you can buy dandelion greens at the grocery store for 2 bucks...

In Canada for real weed its about ten bucks a gram.

I hate that I know that. I don't do drugs, I swear.

  DeadLordMC  |  4

@36 At my highschool(no pun intended) there is a group of juniors who sell it for $20. But I'm more busy with the PizzaHut outside since I always order a large pizza for me and my buds. The pot heads can be found there too.

By  Bafrinn  |  14

I Used To Think This Too.

  mageepaigeee44  |  15

It happens. Lots of kids in my school started selling/doing drugs at a young age. Most of them aren't doing to great but at least they know the difference between grass and marijuana.

  TheDrifter  |  23

Generally irrelevant and hardly surprising. North America's finer neighborhoods have drug dealers under 12 all day every day, because under 12 they won't get charged, so no record and no punishment. Getting busted at 14 is just getting busted. If the kid was 9 we might have a moment of pity for lost youth.

  turtles4life  |  24

Clearly the OP isn't a bad parent, he said the "good news" was that it wasn't real weed, so he obviously doesn't want his son to be involved in drugs. I'm not sure what would look like a "good parent" in your eyes, I don't think most people find it necessary to teach their kid that illegal drugs don't grow in their lawn.

  sohigh10  |  34

He thinks it's brain freeze, of course. It all makes sense.