Study: Married Couples Who Smoke Marijuana Have Fewer Fights

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Study: Married Couples Who Smoke Marijuana Have Fewer Fights

According to a new study from the University of Buffalo, married couples who both regularly smoke marijuana are less likely to experience domestic violence and fighting, which may be because pot smokers are possibly happier people. What do you think?

  • “Yes, but they’re also that couple always talking about a car that runs on water.”

    Lisa Ryan
    Inkwell Refiller
  • “No thanks. Fighting is the only time my husband and I really communicate.”

    Seth Stronge
    Logo Consultant
  • “Watch out, though. It’s scary how easy it is to move on to heavier drugs with an even happier marriage.”

    Carlos Muir
    Tattoo Remover
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