The Green Party
Mr. Green has enough talent in his thumb to harvest the surrounding acres of little house on the prairie. Rather then use these talents to fight third world hunger; he’s taken on the war on drugs. Hydroponics is the only agricultural activity at his party boy bachelor pad.
Your digs wreak my friends of more than just the sticky home grown kind bud. Here’s the 4-1-1 or the 420 in your bachelor terms. All this makes you as touchable as a desert cactus. You’re in the stay away zone. Fast forward four years and I believe you’ll still be in your stinky bachelor pad. There’s nothing about this situation that says you’re willing to leave single life or plant roots. Moreover, the signs point to your failure to commit.
Even, our Olympic hero, Michael Phelps knows that this type of foliage doesn’t bring home the gold with his official statement that the bong at 23-years-old was amateurish. “Despite the successes I have had in the pool, I acted in a youthful and inappropriate way, not in a manner that people have come to expect from me. For this, I am sorry. I promise my fans and the public – it will not happen again,” Phelps said.
There is a better way to go green. Think modern energy efficient, sub-zero appliances with a minimal carbon foot print. Imagine furnishings designed with organic textiles and sleek repurposed woods. Carpeting is one of two natural fibers like wool or textured sisal.
Oh and speaking of your green thumb, there is always keeping house plants. It goes a long way in a budding relationship.
“The better condition their in the more he’s trying,” John from Boston says.