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  • n. Alternative form of head shop.

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Examples

  • I agree with your position on the "headshop" style dispensaries, billboards, signs and advertisements featuring giant marijuana leaves and immature posters "contributing" to the discussion.

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  • Moment of celebrity branding Zen: Chuck Norris headshop

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  • Only the local headshop could compare in terms of atmosphere.

    Memories of Game Stores Past

  • The muckety-mucks of the California medical marijuana scene were in attendance as well, all those legal headshop owners and large-scale pot growers who are now known as “caregivers,” including Ken Estes, the controversial, wheelchair-bound Oakland honcho whose clubs were busted two weeks ago by the D.E.A. “The government took a million dollars from me,” he yelped, ogling a lone bunny out of the corner of his eye.

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  • Long, narrow and deep, it feels like either a headshop or a drycleaner went out of business and, while wandering down the street, Alex declared, “here is where I will make a go of it.”

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  • Film Noir was initially inspired by the multi-layered mustiness of patchouli, yet was designed to impart a rich, warm, enveloping sensation that is a departure from the headshop stigma that stuck to patchouli since the 60's.

    New Perfume: Film Noir

  • A few blocks down on Cole Street a combination of grocery and headshop is already open.

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  • We turn today to top Brazilian newspaper Folha de São Paulo, who note that even an epic stint in an outlaw Amsterdam headshop could not prepare

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  • It'll be interesting to see what the author posts when the next headshop death is reported.

    Irish Blogs

  • I have never set foot in a headshop but i really cant see what harm they do, nor can I see any reason for the moral outrage being caused by them.

    Politics.ie

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