I don't know if I've ever seen someone freak out at the idea of not being able to smoke weed as much as Jenelle did on last night's Teen Mom 2. After being put on probation stemming from an arrest for possession of drug paraphernalia, Jenelle's lawyer warned her not to do any drugs, drink any booze or "get in trouble" for an entire year. She didn't take the news very well, openly sobbing about how jealous she is of her boyfriend because he can go home and smoke a blunt while she cannot, because, as her mother has said, she's strung out on weed. While not being able to smoke weed for a year is, indeed, a bummer, it's just that — a bummer. It's not the end of the world. It's certainly not something you should cry about on camera when you're planning on regaining custody of your son. And speaking of her son, Jenelle must've gone about year without weed before anyway, seeing as how she was pregnant, right? Right?
"Jenelle must've gone about year without weed before anyway, seeing as how she was pregnant, right? Right?"
Alas, my sister-in-law, who is not the most classy member of the family, admitting to not only smoking weed during her pregnancy to stem nausea, but also to smoking cigarettes because, according to her, her doctor told her not to stop smoking because her baby would crave the nicotine. Oh no, I'm not lying - she actually said that to me with a straight face.
Also: as a pothead myself I can certainly say that, while I would not be happy if I couldn't smoke weed for a year, girlfriend is definitely overreacting. It's not even like you can never smoke again, just for a year. Priorities, girl.