I like the flavor of pancakes but not in weed

I love the flavor of pancakes with real cream butter and natural maple syrup.

Every morning when I was a kid, my mom made me pancakes and sausage before I went to school.

Sometimes she made bacon or ham, but it was pancakes every morning. My sister always complained and asked for something different, but I was happy to go downstairs at breakfast time and see pancakes. Last week I went to the dispensary to stock up on cannabis supplies. I’m lucky to live in a state where recreational and medical cannabis is legal. While I was giving the budtender my order, he told me about a brand new strain of Indica cannabis. The strain was called pancakes for breakfast. The woman told me that the cannabis tasted like maple syrup. I immediately looked up the strain on my phone and I found out that the Indica dominant strain had won some awards in the previous year. I decided to purchase this strange cannabis strain. It was the first thing I smoked later that evening. I put some of the whole buds in a bowl and ground them up. As soon as I started grinding the marijuana flower, I smelled a sweet maple syrup odor. At first it was interesting, and then I hit the bowl. The flavor of maple syrup did not taste good in the weed. I didn’t smoke much more of the bowl and I ended up giving the rest of the marijuana eighth to one of my roommates. He never complained about the weird and strange odor.

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