Watch People Get High and Then Fail a Driving Test

Drinking and driving is the worst. Texting and driving is pretty bad too. So what about getting high and driving? Apparently not that bad! Unless you're freaking stoned as hell. Then you'll fail so hard and maybe even lose a nose.

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CNN hilariously asked three people to get high on marijuana to see how it affects their driving ability, putting them to a driving test immediately after they smoked. Like using most substances that your body feel good but makes your brain less smart, the people who smoked weed the most did the best in the driving test. Occasional users flamed out early, driving so suspiciously slow that a cop admitted he would've pulled him over. To his credit, he couldn't even find his nose because he was so damn high.

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But even the heavy users who smoke everyday eventually hit a wall when they can't drive anymore. The girl who smoked everyday was basically taking the driving instructor on a joyride because it's not everyday she could do those things. So yeah. If you're high, don't drive. [Reddit via Neatorama]

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BrickTamlin
BrickTamlin

I like me some of the green stuff, but people on here are infuriating me. They are totally missing the point of the video. I have driven drunk quite a few times and nothing bad has ever happened to me. Does that mean that alcohol does not impair my ability to drive? No, it means I have had good luck. So all you people who use the hilarious "logic" that because you've never been in an accident when you were high weed must not be bad to drive on, you are missing something...

Look in the video. These are people driving on a closed course with bright orange cones to guide their way, in the day. Real world driving is a whole nother different story. It goes to show each person being able to tolerate a different amount of marijuana before becoming intoxicated, and that is it. The problem is the legal limit of .5 nanograms, not that weed is not bad to drive on.