How to Make Your Thanksgiving Dinner Free of Arguments and Fights
It’s very rare to attend a Thanksgiving dinner with a large group of family and friends and some kind of argument occur. There’s always someone who wants to prove a point, give their opinion, or challenge a friendly comment.
Arguments around the table are as common as turkey and stuffing come Thanksgiving. However, there’s a company that thinks it might have the solution to this problem. They make gravy infused with THC.
While dosing people without their knowledge is very dangerous and illegal, Kiva Confections hopes consenting consumers will use the gravy to take the edge off this holiday season.
Its ad says, “With increasing social, political, and cultural divisiveness driving apart families and friends. Kiva Cannabis-Infused Gravy is back to unite us all around the dinner table.” “Turkey, mashed potatoes, awkward conversation, you can drown them all in the flavors of rosemary, thyme, and oregano, and 10MG of THC.”
The company promises that “In just under 15 minutes you’ll start feeling the effects, so you can sit back, relax, and let the holiday cheer wash over you.”
According to Kiva Confections, its “cutting-edge technology” allows the THC to absorb quickly “in a groundbreaking 2 to 15 minutes.” This is likely fast enough to chill you out before your drunk uncle gives his unique spin on the current political situation.
It was first sold in 2019 and before its return ahead of last year’s holiday season. The $5 ground gravy powder is being sold at dispensaries, “while limited supplies last.”
I haven’t tried this so I am not recommending or endorsing this. If your family is one that may benefit from such things, have at it.
The discussion we had on the show was mostly “no way my family would ever do that.” However, there was one or two callers who said they would love to see what kind of effect it would have on their family’s Thanksgiving.
Let us know your results if you try it.
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