Chanukah Gift Wrap 5 Pack Dad Stash
This year, the year 5782 according to the Hebrew calendar, we’ve got a little present that will help you get lit up without spinning out. Our new Dad Grass Chanukah Gift Wrap 5 Pack Dad Stash looks totally kosher and ready to go under the menorah as is. But it’s actually concealing a 5-Pack of Dad Grass joints. Leave ‘em out on the counter all week long, right next to the dreidels and chocolate gelt. Your kids only have eyes for the bigger presents. In fact, giving the gift of grass is a mitzvah (so says Dad Grass’s Rabbi). Just remember to order soon because Chanukah starts on November 28th.
Maybe it was in an old coffee can in the garage. Maybe it was wrapped in an old faded bandana, wedged between his favorite records. Either way, you probably knew, or at least suspected, that your dad liked to get high once in a while. And like any good Dad, he was always prepared. Along with the original vinyls, favorite drink and out-of-reach memorabilia, your dad’s stash of grass was there to keep his soul light and his head right.You’re all grown up now and you probably have a stash of your own. If you’re lucky, you might even have a few perfectly rolled J’s from your friends at Dad Grass in there. It’s reserved for slow-dances after date nights, long summer evenings with the neighbors or those rare moments of solitude and self reflection. It’s not for the kids. And certainly not for their friends. You’ve got to keep some things sacred, so you try to keep your stash hidden away just like your Dad did.
As students of the ancient art of stashing grass, a tradition that dates all the way back to 8000BC, we’ve seen and tried it all. So believe us when we tell you that your secret spot probably isn’t a secret. It may even be the first place they look! But there’s no need to stress. We’ve got you covered with our new series of Dad Stashes, a revolutionary stashing system that lets you hide your grass in plain sight. Each Dad Stash decoy sleeve makes your pack of Dad Grass joints look like a different unassuming household item.
If you really want to keep your Dad Grass (or anything, for that matter) away from your kids, parents or other sets of sticky fingers, try the classic ‘lock and key’ approach. Dad Stashes are not child-proof nor are they guaranteed to dupe everytime.