|Originally posted by Blake |
Anyone here know the logic behind all of the crazy names people come up with for different strains of bud? Is it all just BS, or do the names actually mean something
Just wondering, since every other day I get texts like,
"Pineapple kush, fire!"
"Gingerbread diesel, fire!"
"Marshmallow haze, fire!"
Okay, some of those are made up. Most creative one i've heard was something like, "Organic blueberry agave kush"
The fuck does that even mean!?
I think it's turning into same shitfest as you get with any popular product. Remember when MITSUBISHIs were all the rage? No? You must be too young, then.
I think all that crap is meaningless. Most of the shit you find, you're lucky to get it to be decent. In places other than those where weed is legal, this is meaningless. So, unless you have a grower that prides himself on having a distinct, quality product that stands on its own and consistent with each batch - the name is meaningless.
It's funny how some people will argue and tell you that this type of flower is "black widow" and this one here is "kashmire kush" - but it's all bollox for a vast majority of cases. There's no consistency in these names because each growers process is different, therefore "brand X" bought at your local corner vs same name strain bought at some reputable dispensary will NOT be the same nor possess same quality. I bet most of these folks couldn't tell apart the strains themselves.
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