Stay for the Party, Leave Before the Crash
Let this strain play DJ for a night to provide a killer mashup with solid vibes.
IN REVIEW: Wedding Crasher by LitHouse gives you everything you need to both start and end the party. The initial punch of euphoria lends itself to a social buzz and the associated deep relaxation that’s sure to follow. Be sure to keep drinks and munchies handy to satiate your smoke mates, and rest assured that no one will overstay their welcome, as heavy sedating effects will take hold and have everyone calling an Uber.
This combination of Wedding Cake and Purple Punch serves up a cavalcade of euphoria and relaxation. Wedding Crasher by LitHouse is a smooth hitting flower with strong notes of berry, and a lasting, pleasant aftertaste. Billed as an indica, I was intent on sampling this towards the evening. A little something to help me unwind from a day of hate watching the news and bread making. Maybe I would even put on a movie and see where that takes me. Pretty basic Bed, Bath and Beyond type stuff—except that Bed, Bath and Beyond is closed. Everything is closed, which is why I’m messing with live yeasts in the first place.
“The smell of LitHouse wafting through my building complex proved to be the proverbial milkshake that brought all the boys to the yard.”
I settled on checking out a Swedish horror movie that was recommended to me by the algorithm of the streaming service I was using. As you could see, I had been beaten down by the day to such a degree that I handed over the reins of decision making to my beloved Netflix. As the plot of the movie started to grab me, I sparked my Wedding Crasher joint and allowed myself to be whisked away on a harrowing tale of the occult. It was a weird movie that was complimented perfectly by the immersive nature of this strain.
It had been two hours of complete devotion to distraction—facilitated by a high that is tailor-made for losing yourself in the moment. Whether that be at your best friend’s wedding, or home alone watching Swedish horror films while eating overbaked bread.
While I found this a relaxing and euphoric high, first and foremost there was also a palpable sense of joy that came through with this bud. The sort of high where you could just see the inherent goodness in things. It made me want to connect more, whether that be with nature, people or both. After watching the movie, I went outside and hung out on the patio for a while. There is something about being high under the night sky that brings the entire universe into perspective. It also seemed as good a time as any to finish off the joint.
The smell of LitHouse wafting through my building complex proved to be the proverbial milkshake that brought all the boys to the yard. “By “all the boys” I meant my neighbor who works in the storage room of a big box store and trades me Clorox wipes and toilet paper rolls for any bud I may have lying around. The wife and I call him an angel.
The neighbor makes his presence known by popping his head up over the dividing fence like a psychedelic Wilson from Home Improvement, and inquires as to what I’m smoking. We get to chatting, trade some wares, and then the both of us get to puffing away on our respective joints. We were sure to refrain from the puff, puff pass method, what with a plague going on and all. Never an excuse not to practice safe toking. That’s what I’ve always said (I literally just started saying that.)
“Wedding Crasher is a good choice for those seeking respite from the blues, a path to mindfulness, or a means of communing with friends. ”
It was under this cloud of medicated air that I began to settle into my own sliver of paradise, even in the midst of a pandemic. Wedding Crasher ran roughshod over any stress or anxiety I may have been harboring—and provided a much-needed escape. This is a great option for those looking to unplug and unwind.
The only side effect, if you want to call it that, was a ravenous appetite that resulted in me eating an entire pint of mango sorbet. Something I had found in the deep, forgotten lands of our freezer. Unearthing it was no different than uncovering a lost treasure. This was a high that simply elevated all things.
When I had finally resigned myself to sleep I was out like a light. Wedding Crasher is a good choice for those seeking respite from the blues, a path to mindfulness, or a means of communing with friends. The name of this strain alludes to a cunning interloper who sneaks his way into a wedding venue to drink free booze, dance with the bridesmaids, and maybe score a king crab leg or two. The more I thought of it, the more that makes sense. It’s a high that pays no mind to whatever mental velvet ropes you have up. It’s going to get in there and it’s going to demand that your spirits be lifted.