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Cheech and Chong Didn't Inhale?

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Oh no, say it isn't so! The heros, the icons of my youth are now giving in to this "don't smoke, don't drink, don't have sex" mentality our culture has become to say they didn't really smoke marijuana while filming their famed hit movies of the 70's and 80's. tsck tsck. What's next? Homer didn't really drink beer ... oh wait...

Liars!

That scene where they are in the car in the middle of the median, they were stoned out of their skulls. You can look in Cheech's eyes and tell he was out there!

re: Liars!

Oh man, I heard'at! I was thinking, you sure coulda fooled me! Give it up Chong, it's too late for a come back now.

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

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