Do you know someone who has more money than god? You know, the type who has to have the best or most expensive of everything, because their life isn’t being lived to its highest potential if they don’t have the opportunity to show the world just how stinking rich they are?
While this can be obnoxious to the point of insanity if you are living paycheck to paycheck, but it is pretty funny at the same time, especially when applied to weed.
By now, we have all seen 2 Chainz smoke the world’s most expensivest 24kt gold joint filled with Isla OG, a strain that retails for $800 per ounce, but there are several other options out there that appeal to those with an affinity for conspicuous consumption.
Top Shelf THC, who produces Isla OG and other strains, grow the most expensive marijuana available, but those who want to cultivate their own pot farm still have the opportunity to spend way too much money!
If you want the THC content in your herb to do the talking for you around the country club, check out The Oracle. This strain is known as the most expensive in the world, setting its customers back a hefty price of $200 per seed! If you find yourself wondering why anyone would possibly shell out that much loot for a single seed, the THC content clocks in at 45% – which is 2-3 times what most strains produce. If you can afford it, and have the time to grow it, why wouldn’t you want to get 2-3 times higher?
Once you’ve got your filthy rich hands on your ridiculously expensive weed, what are you going to do with it? Well, first you have to grind it, and we’ve got just the grinder for you to keep on your yacht or in your summer home in the Hamptons.
The 24kt gold Phoenician four piece grinder is certain to catch an eye, and potentially blind one if the sunlight catches it just right. It likes like a ten sided brick of gold and its teeth are sharp enough to shred even the most ritzy herb – which it damn well should since you could get a used Honda for the price of it!
Now that you’ve got your spendy sticky, and your grinder of grandeur, now you need now you need an astonishing accessory to imbibe with, and we have just the piece for you! Those familiar with high-end glass work are well aware of the name Scott Deppe. Scott has created many pieces over the years that have sold for between 10-30 thousand per piece. One of our favorite of his pieces, Grateful for Mushrooms sold for just over 14 thousand, but it doesn’t stack up next to Deppe’s most expensive piece to date, the Gold-Encrusted Skull Bong.
This piece has a price tag of $100,000. So instead of buying that condo, or putting your kids through college, you can get baked out of this piece that is shaped like a skull with pot leaves on it and the majority of it is encrusted in gold flake. If this sounds like something you MUST HAVE, you may need to reevaluate your priorities, but hey, that’s just, like our opinion, man.
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