Jimmy Kimmel Guesses Who’s High?
Now that weed is legal, Jimmy Kimmel gets Cousin Sal to poll Hollywood Blvd. and run a contest to see who’s high. Jimmy has to guess which one of them is high, can you tell who’s been smoking some of the good stuff?
While Jimmy is guessing, here’s how you can tell if someone is walking around stoned AF.
Detecting whether someone is under the influence of cannabis isn’t always straightforward and may vary based on individual factors, tolerance levels, and the amount and type of cannabis consumed. Here are some common signs that someone might be high on cannabis:
- Red Eyes: Cannabis can cause bloodshot or reddened eyes due to vasodilation (expansion of blood vessels).
- Dry Mouth: Often referred to as “cottonmouth,” cannabis can lead to reduced saliva production, resulting in a dry feeling in the mouth.
- Increased Appetite: Known as the “munchies,” cannabis consumption might lead to increased hunger or cravings for food.
- Relaxed Muscles: A person who is high may appear more relaxed or have slower movements and responses.
- Altered Coordination: Cannabis can affect motor skills and coordination, leading to clumsiness or impaired balance.
Behavioral and Psychological Signs:
- Euphoria or Elevated Mood: Someone under the influence might display an elevated or relaxed mood, laughing more or being generally happier.
- Changes in Perception: This can involve altered perception of time, colors appearing more vibrant, or enhanced sensory experiences.
- Impaired Memory and Concentration: Short-term memory might be affected, making it difficult for the person to focus or remember recent events.
- Anxiety or Paranoia: In some cases, especially with high doses or in sensitive individuals, cannabis can induce feelings of anxiety or paranoia.
- Changes in Speech: Slower speech, difficulty articulating thoughts, or laughing more frequently can be signs of cannabis use.
- Distinct Odor: Cannabis has a strong and distinct smell that might linger on a person’s clothes, breath, or belongings after consumption.