A recent poll on the r/CannabisThailand subreddit posed an intriguing question to its members: “If you had the choice of choosing when you were alive, would you prefer to be living now while the cannabis laws are shifting towards legalization or would you prefer to be born sometime in the future when people don’t even remember when cannabis was illegal?” Here’s how the community responded:
- It’s an exciting time, I like being alive for the change: 58 votes (54.7%)
- I would prefer to be born in the future and never even have to think about cannabis being illegal: 19 votes (17.9%)
- I travel through space and time so it doesn’t matter to me: 29 votes (27.4%)
Ah, the age-old question of time travel, but with a cannabis twist! Over half of the respondents are thrilled to be part of this historic shift towards cannabis legalization. They’re here for the journey, the ups and downs, and the thrill of witnessing change. Meanwhile, a smaller portion would rather skip the drama and land in a time where cannabis legality is a non-issue. And then there’s the fun-loving 27.4% who claim to be time travelers. Maybe they’ve already seen the future of cannabis?
Comparing this to a previous poll about online cannabis shopping, it’s evident that the cannabis community values both the journey and the destination. While the convenience of online shopping is appreciated, the experience of living through a transformative era holds its unique charm.
The r/CannabisThailand poll results provide a snapshot of the community’s perspective on living in the current era of cannabis legalization. Comparing these results with those from regions with more mature cannabis markets can offer insights into how legalization, market development, and cultural factors influence consumer behavior.