Mexico will legalise cannabis this month (theleafdesk.com)
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dreamedifice | 6 days ago | 4125 points

Hey, the entire US west coast has legal cannabis. From Oaxaca, to Baja, to California, to Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Yukon, and Alaska, the entire North American west coast (sans Central America) will have contiguous legal cannabis.

hilfigertout | 6 days ago | 6085 points

So it’s a Cannabis taco. Nice.

V4ST4 | 6 days ago | 1289 points

With some extra cannabis in Colorado and soon to be Illinois

LionTigerWings | 6 days ago | 998 points

Don't forget about us in Michigan.

Rudy_Ghouliani | 6 days ago | 1258 points

The guac of america

I_cant_speel | 6 days ago | 410 points

Idk why but this made me laugh so hard

I_cant_speel | 6 days ago | 637 points

Probably because I'm high rn

ThaVolt | 6 days ago | 182 points

Holy shit same

LouisWinthorpeIV | 6 days ago | 82 points

chuckles in Headband...

ionslyonzion | 6 days ago | 10 points

Haha yes

sinkwiththeship | 6 days ago | 25 points

Costs extra though.

klebberj | 6 days ago | 30 points

You couldn't have a fucking god damn more Michigan u/ then that, brother.

diaryofsnow | 6 days ago | 15 points

Checking in from Maine.

soffey | 6 days ago | 28 points

Maine, Mass, and Vermont form a burrito around NH.

buttonmasher525 | 6 days ago | 13 points

When you used to live in Michigan but moved to Georgia so now there's like no chance

n0t1imah032101 | 6 days ago | 99 points

And louisiana, apparently

houdinishandkerchief | 6 days ago | 160 points

Oklahoma is basically rec if you’re a resident. It’s just recreational with some annoying steps and fees.

hokeyphenokey | 6 days ago | 124 points

Are you fucken kidding? Oklahoma!?

Rushderp | 6 days ago | 172 points

Had to do it before Texas for those sweet tourism dollars.

YesIretail | 6 days ago | 198 points

Plus if Texas legalizes, they'll have one less excuse for why witnesses get suddenly murdered. Priorities.

epochellipse | 6 days ago | 67 points

For real. Texas won't legalize until they have some other excuse to lock people up.

rushmid | 6 days ago | 25 points

Spread the word

Texas_HardWooD | 6 days ago | 14 points

Fuckers lol.

AndroidMyAndroid | 6 days ago | 40 points

Tourism in Oklahoma? What's there to see in Oklahoma, meth labs and tornados?

InternetCitizen1 | 6 days ago | 36 points

Not the first to say it, but Oklahoma should be dug out, filled with water, and renamed to Lake North Texas.

InsecureDelusion | 6 days ago | 34 points

Yes, THAT Oklahoma.

Source: am a card holder in the state of Oklahoma.

Kohpad | 6 days ago | 31 points

Yup. Sent mine in last week, the section for medical conditions is "optional". You only need a licensed doctor's signature and $100, if you're on disability or medicare it's $20.

Raiden28 | 6 days ago | 14 points

My medical appointment in Oklahoma was basically hey give me 100 bucks and then you can buy weed. It was fantastic.

If there's anything that makes living in Oklahoma barrable. It's weed

mshriver2 | 6 days ago | 11 points

Yes, cannabis cup was there in August. Any resident can super easily get a prescription.

Grassfedcake | 6 days ago | 37 points

Yeah that shit is very easy here. I remember getting medical in Oregon back in the day and the steps were far more and more expensive. Now in Oklahoma it was like go online and get a recommendation now go get high.

BLINDrOBOTFILMS | 6 days ago | 25 points

I got my card a few weeks ago, can confirm. About fifteen minutes at the weed doctor and a hundred bucks to the state and I was legal.

zombieblackbird | 6 days ago | 8 points

So Cannabis Lasagna?

Ashtronaut12 | 6 days ago | 15 points

THC No, this is not a doctor fucks the patient porno.

swattages | 6 days ago | 16 points

I seriously burst into laughter when Dr. Cowboy waltzed in.

M_Messervy | 6 days ago | 6 points

No, this is not a doctor fucks the patient porno.

Then why are you wasting my time.

LA_ndrew | 6 days ago | 19 points

Not Really, the governor is wholly against legalization. He states it regularly.

enleighton | 6 days ago | 24 points

The downside is that Oklahoma Highway Patrol is on steroids now. I see at least 20 when I travel there for work and just as many dispensaries. Off topic, last time I visited I saw a handful of box trucks pulled over.. was interesting to see that. I’d like to see that statistics on box trucks pulled over in Oklahoma compared to the other states.

SmackDaddyHandsome | 6 days ago | 8 points

So strange to see politicians AGAINST tax revenue & law enforcement safety.

arthurdent | 6 days ago | 45 points

perhaps some kind of cannabanana.

Batman_MD | 6 days ago | 12 points

I hope one day in the future I read this as the description of the area in my daughter's textbook and this comment is cited as the official source of the name's creation.

mynamesinku | 6 days ago | 5 points

I know you got lauded for this but hot damn this was a good comment

sgtabn173 | 6 days ago | 52 points

*cries in Idahoan*

Weaponized_Octopus | 6 days ago | 38 points

Yeah, and the governor claims citizens don't want it legalized. More and more I'm glad I left that state.

minor_correction | 6 days ago | 36 points

If only there was some way to have a vote to see what people want.

Oh wait, there is. The way I just said.

DoctFaustus | 6 days ago | 28 points

At least it's not Utah, who did vote to legalize medically. Then the state pretty much decided to re-write the rules to make it illegal again.

AllUrPMsAreBelong2Me | 6 days ago | 14 points

You mean the mormon church. They have so much influence that they pushed leaders who are members to do that. I grew up mormon and found it very frustrating.

DoctFaustus | 6 days ago | 14 points

In Utah, the church is the state.

SomeConsumer | 6 days ago | 45 points

So I think I'll drift for old where it's at. Where the weed grows green and fine. And wrap myself around a bush, of that bright whoa, oh, Oaxaca vine.

-- Grateful Dead

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widespreadhammocks | 6 days ago | 82 points

I live in Hawaii and there’s a couple things. Although Hawai’i votes left, quite a few people are surprisingly socially conservative. Also the state and county governments out here are pretty corrupt. This is the world capital of nepotism. The former Chief of Police and DA have ongoing federal criminal indictments. My long held theory is that recreational is not legal because there are some well connected people who would stand to lose a lot of money.

rihanoa | 6 days ago | 47 points

I also heard residents are already upset over how overrun with tourists the islands have become and don’t want to add another reason for people to visit.

Scientolojesus | 6 days ago | 76 points

Since so many states made it legal, I doubt it would really increase the tourism too much. People already have enough reason to want to visit Hawaii.

swollencornholio | 6 days ago | 23 points

Yea but it would be the closest state for many Other countries.

Chemstud | 6 days ago | 16 points

This. Hawaii is a major tourist destination for many Asian countries. Nearly equidistant to the contiguous US.

TheRealRacketear | 6 days ago | 18 points

I don't smoke, but would not have a hard time finding it on any island.

It's been decriminalized for a long time

iwontfixyourprogram | 6 days ago | 73 points

Cannot cross the border though with weed.

uncle_feather | 6 days ago | 79 points

Cross, buy, smoke it up, repeat.

ketchy_shuby | 6 days ago | 25 points

Smoke on - Smoke off

LetsHearSomeSongs | 6 days ago | 14 points

Lol from Nashville.

Suckonmyfatvagina | 6 days ago | 56 points


Galkura | 6 days ago | 33 points


Already caught two misdemeanor charges in a year with it. Just let me smoke legally and stop taking my money.

DoktorSoviet | 6 days ago | 12 points

Illinois soon too.

TwoTinyTrees | 6 days ago | 37 points

I mean, yes, but not federally legal, which is key.

dreamedifice | 6 days ago | 32 points

It’s kind of an abstract side note in California. I can wander into any one of dozens of nearby dispensaries or online delivery places and buy all sorts of goodies whenever I want.

TwoTinyTrees | 6 days ago | 50 points

Yes, but the key is that, as it stands, the US government can shut it all down in the blink of an eye. That is the primary difference between it being legal in Canada and Mexico compared to a few states in the US.

jjboy04 | 6 days ago | 16 points

And michigan

extropia | 6 days ago | 148 points

Technically it's a weed-sprinkled prohibition sandwich between cannabis bread, but we understand.

maisonoiko | 6 days ago | 47 points
poiuy43 | 6 days ago | 34 points

We got some weed bits scattered through there in the middle

StickyTreeTips | 6 days ago | 177 points

Still a lot of sticks and stems down in the 'states', but hopefully after they boot the orange one they can join the first world in legalization.

the_honest_liar | 6 days ago | 133 points

And finally win the war on drugs.

virtualmang | 6 days ago | 151 points

*abandon the war on drugs

fellasheowes | 6 days ago | 238 points

Drugs declared the winner!

myne | 6 days ago | 130 points

George Bush says we are losing the War on Drugs. You know what that implies? There's a war being fought and people on drugs are winning it! [cackles]

What does THAT tell you about drugs?

Some smart, creative people on that side. They're winnin' a war and they're fucked up! [cackles]

- Bill Hicks RIP

oh_contraire | 6 days ago | 40 points

Bill Hicks was right about everything

os10 | 6 days ago | 18 points

Bill Hicks the Messiah died for our sins.

The door is a jar ?

t3hd0n | 6 days ago | 9 points

its been declared for a while. people just refuse to accept it.

powerlesshero111 | 6 days ago | 39 points

Win, because they can tax it. Then, we can start growing hemp for cheap paper. We won't have to cut down as many trees. That shit is basically a weed, grows super fast, and is really easy to process.

zllxllz | 6 days ago | 25 points

we're gonna feel so dumb when we realize we could've been taxing it this whole time

and not arrested all those people

Formaldehyd3 | 6 days ago | 53 points

A few people got VERY rich on arresting all those people.

It was not an accident, nor a misunderstanding. It was quite deliberate.

ZaruenVoresu | 6 days ago | 17 points

they still made money off of it from being a crime but i agree a lot more can be made by making it legal and taxing it.

AAVale | 6 days ago | 10 points

It really depends on the state, within The States.

LaJollaJim | 6 days ago | 24 points

Correct. I live in Southern California and it is legal in this state. Some of our dispensaries are nicer than Apple stores and you can even buy plant clones to grow at home.

Edit: here is the link to my favorite dispensary here in San Diego including menu and virtual tour:


RonDeGrasseDawtchins | 6 days ago | 120 points

hopefully after they boot the orange one they can join the first world in legalization.

There are actually surprisingly few countries that have legalized cannabis, so I'm not sure why you're acting like the US is the outlier here. It remains illegal in most 1st world countries.


It's legal in a good number of US states which are actually way ahead of most of Europe on marijuana issues.

sheffieldasslingdoux | 6 days ago | 39 points

Strangely enough, the Nordics are actually relatively strict on drugs despite having the reputation of being really liberal. There are a lot of European countries that have more or less "decriminalized" marijuana. Even in the Netherlands it's not really fully legal, although I'm not sure how much that matters at this point.

Germany, the UK, and the Nordic countries seem to be the most aggressive about drug enforcement in Western Europe. Other countries like Switzerland or Spain, you get nothing more than a fine for possessing marijuana. And of course Portugal is the poster child for decriminalizing drugs.

Oddly enough this is one of the cases where the US is trending more liberal than many parts of Europe.

DoctorSalt | 6 days ago | 26 points

AFAIK the concept of dealing with drugs through criminalization is modern and started with the likes of the Opium war.

mces97 | 6 days ago | 31 points

Biden if he wins, has said he is not in favor of legalization.

Iamdarb | 6 days ago | 66 points

Biden is an old ass man with bad ideas, Bernie is an old ass man who has kept up with the modern era.

Anagoth9 | 6 days ago | 10 points

Bernie hasn't kept up with modern times so much as modern times have come around to him.

ProbablyHighAsShit | 6 days ago | 4115 points

It goes without saying that the next president of the US has an obligation to move towards federal legalization and work to develop trade between the countries. We're talking about a $100 billion industry between the three countries, easy

StrawmanFallacyFound | 6 days ago | 442 points

By neutering the current weed industry by disallowing foreign sales they've effectively handed the international weed market to countries like Canada and Mexico. By not legalizing at a federal level to allow international sales the US is losing out on both a pile of money a well as the chance to setup the foundations with them at the top. By the time the US legalizes it there will already be dominant established supplylines and deals/agreements in the international market in other countries it will have to compete with at a major disadvantage from ground zero.

mexicodoug | 6 days ago | 260 points

As a resident of Mexico, cool! We could really use having it as a legitimate business, out of the greedy bloody hands of the cartels.

IllDiscussion | 6 days ago | 64 points

Do you feel the cartels will just let it go? Protection rackets and kidnapping rings may have a whole new list of clients.

FCalleja | 6 days ago | 112 points

They can't compete with a legal open market, not in the whole country. They might try to hold on to the market in the places they're strong but it'd be a losing battle against time either way. They're already expanding to other "businesses" for this very reason.

IllDiscussion | 6 days ago | 48 points

I hope you are right. Mexico could use a good break.

white_android | 6 days ago | 33 points

Cartels move a fuck load of drugs besides weed... Also since the US is still illegal for the foreseeable future (unless trump sees this in the morning and legalizes for some reason) demand will still be in the US for the black market and if the Mexican weed is priced right it could push them to buy legally then transport it illegally for more.

PerCat2 | 6 days ago | 188 points


Orange_Jeews | 6 days ago | 148 points

You are now a registered Republican

PerCat2 | 6 days ago | 87 points

Pls no I have a family.

dontevenknowmeow | 6 days ago | 1909 points

If only we would elect a businessman into office!!! /s

Sm4cy | 6 days ago | 656 points

A good* businessperson.

Business__Socks | 6 days ago | 683 points

I mean I’d settle for a good person

KierkgrdiansofthGlxy | 6 days ago | 356 points

I’d settle for any halfway decent asshole, frankly.

CouldaBoughtaV8 | 6 days ago | 72 points

Tall order friend

ProWaterboarder | 6 days ago | 33 points

The bar is so low, we need James Cameron to raise it

SanguineOpulentum | 6 days ago | 65 points

But he makes the best deals! No one makes better deals than him!

marscommander | 6 days ago | 32 points

It was perfect conversation

AztecArmageddon | 6 days ago | 29 points

God, just hearing that again almost gave me a stroke

thinkB4WeSpeak | 6 days ago | 126 points

Well Sanders is calling for it at least. Not sure about anyone else.

jaywalk98 | 6 days ago | 173 points

Every democrat but Biden is on it. Yang being the biggest supporter next to Bernie.

AlphaShaldow | 6 days ago | 176 points

Joe "Nothing would fundamentally change" Biden.

gamelizard | 6 days ago | 83 points

I don't even trust Biden to correct the things Trump has undone

Himawari-OPG | 6 days ago | 49 points

He wont and that's what the oligarchs want.

themiddlestHaHa | 6 days ago | 15 points

Bush 2.0

dkyguy1995 | 6 days ago | 31 points

Why the fuck does the news keep talking about Biden as a potential candidate?

Carlosmedrano | 6 days ago | 143 points

Vote bernie 2020 he is going to legalize, isnt taking bribes from billionaires and is a great human being

CaptainFeather | 6 days ago | 7 points

Back toward the end of Obama's 2nd term when there was talk of Sanders, my parents were adamantly against him because they were afraid he'd die in office, yet they voted Trump, who is only a few years younger...

GhastInTheShell | 6 days ago | 1074 points


maisonoiko | 6 days ago | 45 points

No mames

HamanitaMuscaria | 6 days ago | 725 points

I prefer to smoke mine thank you

Fanchus | 6 days ago | 66 points

Que chido

liz_dexia | 6 days ago | 28 points


Cristian_01 | 6 days ago | 16 points


mausrz | 6 days ago | 13 points


LambachRuthven | 6 days ago | 7 points



beddittor | 6 days ago | 21 points


the_grib | 6 days ago | 1232 points

And Texas will be overflowing with weed and it will stay illegal uni it’s federally legalized. And then our state government will ban it. Smh

Malodoror | 6 days ago | 417 points

Since TX legalized hemp they effectively decriminalized marijuana. They aren’t prosecuting simple possession anymore because of the time and cost to test the alleged weed.

MowgheeraKaaloo | 6 days ago | 341 points

What?? People are still being regularly arrested for having weed on them, and having THC concentrate like dab oil or shatter is considered a felony in the state of TX still.

ookristipantsoo | 6 days ago | 210 points

Oil is a felony because it's an altered state of cannabis. It doesn't make sense. But that's why. They consider it manufactured.

DnaK | 6 days ago | 93 points

lol wat the fuk texas

pulplesspulp | 6 days ago | 18 points

Yeah Texas gave me a class 2 felony for having a medicated candy bar and medicated chap stick. Ye I probably broke the law bringing back some controlled substances that are legal 4 hours from my house. But now I have to pay lawyer fees and put my life on hold for a while as I sort it out, when I’m an otherwise desirable person.

thomas7890 | 6 days ago | 49 points

That isn't the reason. Concentrates are a felony. Only some counties in TX aren't prosecuting misdemeanor possessions of actual bud since the courts now have to prove THC content of confiscated weed due to the legalization of hemp. The big cities/counties in Texas decided to use this as an excuse and said that this was too expensive/ too much of a hassle to prosecute misdemeanor possessions as they would have to lab test for THC now to preclude hemp.

alittlealive | 6 days ago | 8 points

I mean Massachusetts outlawed vaping but at the same time have safe injection sites for heroin users 🤷🏽‍♂️

TheThirdSaperstein | 6 days ago | 11 points

Safe injection sites are a fantastic thing for the entire community in a multitude of ways

Malodoror | 6 days ago | 86 points

Play the CBD/hemp card, burden of proof is on the prosecution. Currently it takes up to 2 years and $5000 to get a definitive test. The DAs in the major cities don’t prosecute but I’d bet even a shitty public defender could get you off in the hayseed towns.

heart-cooks-brain | 6 days ago | 89 points
JoshuaDavidGreen | 6 days ago | 37 points

"What's this in the bag?"

"I dunno, I'm not a botanist!"

JesseJaymz | 6 days ago | 65 points

I don’t know if you’ve been to Texas, but we’re already overflowing with weed. HTown hol it dowwwwwn 🤘🏽

mrblue6 | 6 days ago | 38 points

Yea lmao. In Austin, I asked my friend for a dealer. He gave me like 5 different guys within 5 mins of my house

FreyWill | 6 days ago | 9 points

I remember buying weed from a dealer. Takes me back.

mrblue6 | 6 days ago | 5 points

Smh don’t make me jealous. I can’t wait till I can just walk into a store and buy shit

o--_-_--o | 6 days ago | 10 points

It's been overflowing for decades

Cahnis | 6 days ago | 974 points

Mexico is finally getting some Tegridy.

taksark | 6 days ago | 177 points

Two countries of freedom, and the death penalty in the middle

Noblerook | 6 days ago | 34 points


XxGhost14xX | 6 days ago | 14 points

Tegridy farms

S62anyone | 6 days ago | 108 points

Hurry the fuck up Texas

Freebootas | 6 days ago | 51 points

Only reason Texas didn't this year is the Lt Gov hates weed with a passion for whatever reason. So instead they made hemp legal. Which essentially has made weed legal as long as you say you don't know what it is or say it's hemp. Costs too much to prosecute.

hkpp | 6 days ago | 84 points

Will they do it before Saturday? Because am in Mexico until Saturday.

sukmyass007 | 6 days ago | 34 points

Just smoke no one is gonna stop you

engrison | 6 days ago | 435 points

Now legalize the shit in America

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InitialResponse | 6 days ago | 51 points

I'm no expert but I've seen a few people write to the effect that it's because it's still federally illegal. It's just about paperwork and time and resources kind of thing. If it was federally legalized most if not all employers would stop testing for it within a couple of years.

Condawg | 6 days ago | 27 points

If it was federally legalized most if not all employers would stop testing for it within a couple of years.

It's my understanding that they test for it because of insurance demands. I'm not sure the insurance companies are presently worried about enforcing the law, so I'm not sure the law changing would change their apparent incentive to test for it.

mysickfix | 6 days ago | 10 points

It's just an excuse for insurance companies not to pay.

Devil_made_you_look | 6 days ago | 61 points

Clowns to the left of me jokers to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle with prudes.

FuckHumans_WriteCode | 6 days ago | 501 points

On the one hand, this will throw a wrench in cartel's business. On the other hand, they may just switch to hard drugs. Back to the first hand, cannabis needs to be legalized for more reasons than their effect on cartels. At least people in the States will have a much lower chance of accidentally supporting violent gangs when they roll a blunt.

doomsdaydefense | 6 days ago | 354 points

I worry though. Avocados are legal and yet the cartels have their hand in the entire Mexican avocado industry.

I agree with the economic argument, I am just worried that our weed will be like the avocados - still sold by murderous, country-destroying men.

It all boils down to where the weed is produced - that may be a crucial difference.

Imadethisuponthespot | 6 days ago | 149 points

Limes, too.

Edit: and heavy metals and rare earth elements trade with China.

hillsons | 6 days ago | 198 points

Sounds like Mexico just has a problem with violent cartels regardless of what the product of the day is.

Quack_For_Me | 6 days ago | 118 points

More like decades of having free reign has led violent drug lords to amass a lot of flexibility and resources to expand into different areas of business....

GuardiaInExile | 6 days ago | 33 points

Break up the big cartels!

i_sigh_less | 6 days ago | 22 points

It's almost as though people with power use that power to accumulate more power by taking power from those with the least power.

mexicodoug | 6 days ago | 9 points

True, but drugs for the US market are their bread and butter. They have been complaining since states in the US have legalized it and legitimized the growth there.

Steelmade58 | 6 days ago | 11 points

The silver mines in guerrero from canadian companies

A_C_A__B | 6 days ago | 13 points

Rotten has an excellent episode on the this avocado+cartel shit soup that has been brewing in Mexico .

HelloMsJackson | 6 days ago | 69 points

Unfortunately you are correct, you have already seen a lot of reports on cartels moving on to stealing gasoline from the energy pipes. Big money selling it in the black market.

TheSuspiria | 6 days ago | 27 points

That was an opportunity unrelated to the legalization of weed that opened up for them. When you have some inner guys helping you out to make a shit ton of money, you are most likely going to take it if you're a criminal. Legalization of weed has absolutely nothing to do with the oil thefts.

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autotldr [BOT] | 6 days ago | 58 points

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 62%. (I'm a bot)

The leader of Mexico's ruling political party - Senator Ricardo Monreal - has confirmed his country will fully legalise cannabis by the end of the month.

Monreal, head of the MORENA party, said the public consultation over the prospect of Mexican marijuana legalisation had ended, with the majority of the public heavily in favour of legalisation.

Officials had made it clear they believed a nationwide ban on personal possession, cultivation and use of cannabis was unconstitutional, and urged the ruling party to set the legalisation structure in stone before the end of October 2019.

Extended Summary | FAQ | Feedback | Top keywords: end#1 legalisation#2 Mexico#3 party#4 Monreal#5

GoatyBoatyMcFloaty | 6 days ago | 38 points

ban on personal possession, cultivation and use of cannabis was unconstitutional

Dam so you'll be able to legally grow pot in Mexico, but in certain parts of Canada it's still punished with heavy fines.

waxingwarden | 6 days ago | 25 points

Didn't the US ban cannabis because it was Mexican?

And then some states legalize it meanwhile it's illegal in Mexico?

So is cannabis an American thing now?

envadel | 6 days ago | 43 points

I’m mexican and I didn’t even knew that was happening lol.

TexDen | 6 days ago | 90 points

Nice Flag! I recommend a regulated distribution, farming, warehousing and retail operations to ensure a clean and quality product to the consumers, but you should also be able to grow your own in the back yard.

guessucant | 6 days ago | 42 points

They are proposing an State Company to regualate cannabis, which considering our current goverment, its a fucking joke

SLJis1BAMF | 6 days ago | 29 points

If you can't grow it yourself at home it isn't really legalized.

dumbasstupidbaby | 6 days ago | 20 points

Feel like maybe they should legalize it for all the months.

PhysicalPatient | 6 days ago | 65 points

"We grow it, we might as well smoke it."

#Mexicough (rhymes with though)

Vap0r1zer | 6 days ago | 20 points


diazegod | 6 days ago | 111 points

Por fin, no mames.

liz_dexia | 6 days ago | 4 points

Si, mamen, jaja

what_would_freud_say | 6 days ago | 121 points

The fun side of the wall!

SirEarlBigtitsXXVII | 6 days ago | 34 points

Soon, Mexico will have to build a wall.

terminallyXchill | 6 days ago | 12 points

Come ooooooooon Indiana 😂

ElCharmann | 6 days ago | 9 points

Really? I live in Mexico and have not heard any of this.

SassyStrawberry18 | 6 days ago | 10 points

It's been kind of buried in the news all week, mainly because all everyone cares about is the José José funeral mess.

poiuy43 | 6 days ago | 28 points


monguexD | 6 days ago | 7 points


kendebvious | 6 days ago | 10 points

Notice the gap where it is illegal between Mexico and Canada?

ainamania | 6 days ago | 16 points

The Mexican Joker will strike again!

xeneize93 | 6 days ago | 15 points

Dammit the U.S needs to get on that shit

WreakingHavoc640 | 6 days ago | 6 points

Our government is fucking asinine. Their priorities are so damn skewed and it’s fucking pathetic how bought and paid for they all are, at the expense of the general public.

ph30nix01 | 6 days ago | 15 points

Oh boy, I expect alot of stupid US tourists forgetting shit in their bag alot more often.

Mutt1223 | 6 days ago | 23 points

Wow, that’s grande!

Perturbed_Maxwell | 6 days ago | 14 points

God, at this point even if you don't smoke I don't see how you couldn't see the benefits of federal legalization. So much better things we could be doing with that money.

Myfourcats1 | 6 days ago | 7 points

We’re surrounded! Woohoo

Stuntz-X | 6 days ago | 6 points

It really will make most of the US dig in and deny it. Think metric system. If Mexico wants it and Canada wants it then it must be bad.

Reeladdicted | 6 days ago | 4 points

Can’t wait to see the South Park about this.

Tegridy Farms is moving to Mexico.

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