Gone To Pot: Pam St Clement smokes marijuana with nuns

Gone To Pot: Pam St Clement left fans in hysterics on the new series [ITV] The EastEnders legend is taking part in the new ITV series which sees celebrities travel around America to learn about marijuana. Pam St Clement, how is famed for playing Pat Butcher on the BBC soap,

Netflix is now selling its own line of weed

Netflix just made it much easier to chill.The popular streaming video service is selling some unique strains of marijuana using the titles of their original productions, according to Variety.The strains of weed are inspired by comedies such as “Orange is the New Black,” “Lady Dynamite,” and “Bojack Horseman.”Netflix said each

Celebrity Big Brother: Brandi reveals shock drug revelation

Celebrity Big Brother: Brandi Glanville has stunned fans with her shock drug confession [Channel 5]The Real Housewives star dropped a surprising confession to housemate Sandi Bogle over the weekend.On Sunday night's episode of Celebrity Big Brother, Brandi Glanville was seen opening up about her history with drugs.Speaking to the Gogglebox

Stoner’s dream machine rolls 100 joints in three minutes

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Stoner’s dream machine rolls 100 joints in three minutes

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