Gabrielle Lutze

8 Everyday Activities That Are Far More Enjoyable After Getting Stoned

You haven't fully unlocked the potential of a morning shower until you've smoked. I'm not referring to cigarettes, I'm talking about the one and only Mary Jane.

The fact of the matter is, she just makes every experience worth it. Every true smoker can attest to that. After all, these minor enhancements are what makes marijuana worth blazing in the first place!

Check out these eight everyday activities that are infinitely better to take part in after getting stoned:

Working Out

Having trouble staying on your gym grind? A little toke of the ganja might help!

Smoking before you hit the treadmill will take your overall experience from basic fitness routine to super-focused workout session.

Marijuana has been proven to enhance your fitness experience as it focuses your mind and numbs your discomfort.

In addition, if you're not into rolling joints or ripping bongs, vaping is another method of marijuana consumption known to enhance your daily workout.

This is due to the fact that vaping, in general, is much healthier for the user.

Eating

Try scarfing down your dinner after a long, tiresome day.

This simple task alone might seem hard to accomplish as you hover over your dinner plate with cloudy eyes, eagerly trying to keep yourself from face-planting.

If you smoke beforehand, however, the world-famous "munchies" will kick in and you'll be inhaling your food like a cold-blooded savage in no time.

Next time your appetite needs a boost, find some bud, bud!

Showering

That old myth about stoners being too lazy to have good hygiene? It's bullsh*t.

Blazing and eating every snack in sight sounds like a great idea, but guess what? Showering is even better!

If you've ever wanted to experience heaven on earth, your best bet is to smoke up and hop in the shower. It's nearly the equivalent of having Disneyland all to yourself -- pure bliss and happiness.

Gaming

Playing Call of Duty and pounding beers sounds both super-American and super-cool, but if you replace that beer with a joint, you might feel like you're actually in the game itself.

Marijuana heightens your senses and makes gaming feel a bit more like reality. In other words, that vibrating controller will feel a lot more like an earthquake.

From skydiving over the chaotic streets of Los Santos in Grand Theft Auto V, to finessing a two-hit knockout in EA Sports' UFC 2, smoking prior to gaming will put you in the zone and on-course to reigning supreme in your favorite virtual world!

Listening to Music

The reason you don't find Drake's latest song the least bit amusing is because you haven't listened to it stoned yet.

With your senses enhanced, you'll notice instruments you've never heard, despite the fact you're listening to your iTunes' most played track.

Much like stoned gaming, blasting your favorite tracks after a dab or two is the only way to do it!

Binge-Watching TV

The ADHD age is has prevented us from being able to sit through our favorite shows. Binge-watching is becoming harder and harder with every new mobile app released.

Notification after breaking news alert after notification -- how does anyone tune out of real life for their TV time these days?

Thanks to cannabis consumption, binge-watching is a lot easier for the average smoker.

There's nothing wrong with enabling your brain's THC-induced sleep-mode feature every once in a while. It's either that, or you're going to have to scan the Internet for "Game of Thrones" spoilers!

Netflix and Chilling

And by Netflix and chill, I mean sexual intercourse!

Is there anything wrong with admitting that sex under the influence of marijuana is just flat-out better than intercourse under the influence of, say, alcohol?!

Not only does it feel better for both parties involved, but also lasts a lot longer. Not to mention, orgasms feel astronomically more powerful than the incoherent sloppiness that comes along with drunk sex.

Getting Sh*t Done

Relax all you want. Stuff your face with pizza. Play all of the video games your brain can handle.

But remember, marijuana is most effective when you're ready to put in some work.

Although I wouldn't suggest smoking on the job, smoking the reefer can help fuel your creative process and power over the speed bumps that may lie ahead.

Rather than giving in to a handful of stoner stereotypes that exist, it's important to push against the current by consuming cannabis for constructive purposes.