Brick Weed


The woods in between Roosevelt and Tabler quads are something of an urban legend here on campus. It is the place where many students go to wind down after a long hard day of skipping lectures to smoke weed in the woods. These days, however, it is being used for something far more sinister: the trafficking of brick weed. Brick weed is well known across Central and South America and has officially snaked into Suffolk County. Characterized by its brick shape and brown color, the trafficking of brick weed only spells trouble for Stoner Brook students. The brown and tighty compressed bud is notorious for being particularly undank, as it takes an absurd amount of it to get “Litty Titty Af.” Tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC, is the main active ingredient in marijuana and brick weed is generally known to contain absurdly low levels of THC, usually less than 5…