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Random pop culture examinations The Kind Not only will they bring up some random bit of pop culture you haven't thought about in yearsthey'll also dissect it in a way that feels like they're writing a thesis paper on it.
These are absolutely the most entertaining ones. Lots of typos The Kind It's like their brain and fingers are two completely separate entities that don't really see eye to eye with each other. You could try and figure out what they're trying to say, but odds are it doesn't make much more sense with spellcheck enabled.
The conspiracy freak comes out The Kind God forbid they start digging into the Internet and uncover a light-hearted conspiracy someone posted on Reddit. Buckle up. You're going to be trying to console someone who won't listen to a single word you say.
Claims of not being high The Kind If someone keeps making a point of trying to convince you that they're not that high, then you'd better believe ane are the highest they've ever been. That means that they suspect you can tell how high you are without even seeing you or communicating with you.
That's next level high. The celebration of friendship The Kind No one is more excited about friendship than your very high friend via text messages. Not only is he excited about it; he's also excited to tell you about it in as many words as humanly possible.
Seriously, there probably won't be a lot of punctuation in that paragraph of text. Getting friendd defensive The Kind If you have a friend that gets paranoid when they're high, you might want to pretend you didn't get their texts until the next day. But the only problem with that is they'll assume you aren't reading them because you're mad and oh great now they're crying again.
They are the unofficial grandmasters by virtue of the code they created nearly 50 years ago as students at a suburban San Francisco high school in They dubbed themselves "The Waldos," a term coined by comedian Buddy Hackett to describe odd people. One fall afternoon in a non-Waldo classmate came to the wall with an intriguing tale and a crudely drawn map.
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Related storyline Restaurant, hotel workers lead the pack in marijuana use The map purported to show the location of a marijuana garden in the forest of nearby Point Reyes National Seashore. The classmate said the pot patch belonged to his brother-in-law, a Coast Guard reservist stationed at Point Reyes.
The classmate explained his brother-in-law, paranoid of exposure and washing out of the reserves, was renouncing ownership of the garden. He handed Capper the map and said Anv Waldos were welcome to the marijuana. The five excited friends made plans to find the weed after school and decided to meet in front of the school's statue of Louis Pasteur at p. They piled into Capper's Chevy Fridnds, popped in a Grateful Dead 8-track tape and passed around ts as they drove the 45 minutes to the coast.