National Pot-Smoking Day
All sports leagues around the world have announced their support for widespread weed smoking by all athletic participants.
This announcement comes on April 20th, also known as 420. For decades 420 has been the dope-smokers code for getting together at “4:20 pm” – or anytime on April 20th, to get high.
“So, what this means is today every athlete around the world is encouraged to smoke weed, enjoy themselves and forget about their concerns that the sports world remains in a deep holding pattern,” said Roger Goodell, the NFL Commissioner.
Goodell recently has been turned on to the wonders of weed by former NFL star turned weed aficionado, Ricky Williams.
“Athletes need to a stress reducer during these challenging times when they can’t play sports, and pot turns out to be the perfect panacea,” he added. “Toke away. Light up. Burn one. Get high as kites. Make smoking pot your daily sports exercise.”
In response to this announcement, NFL players are gathering in the stadium of the Tampa Bay Dragons, Tom Brady’s new team. The center of the dope-smoking will be in the pirate’s ship in the endzone where Roach Clip Ricky likes to hang out.
“Ricky has arrived just in time to save us all from going crazy during this sports shutdown,” said Brady. “What a perfect way to celebrate 420. At 4:20 pm today all NFL players will cram into the pirate’s ship and smoke bones simultaneously.”
“I’ve become a big fan of Roach Clip Ricky,” he added. “He’s made me appreciate pot in a way I never have before.”
Today’s pot-smoking celebration will take place in the NBA, WNBA, NHL, NASCAR, MLS, MLB, USA Swimming, National Spelling Bee Federation, WWE and every other sports league in the world.
There will pot smoking contests including the ever-popular “who can hold the bong hit in their lungs the longest?”
The favorite to win this is Michael Phelps because swimmers have the greatest lung capacity of any athletes because they spend so much time building up lung strength holding their breaths while their heads are underwater.
The winner of 21 Olympic Gold Medals is the overall favorite in the entire sports world to hold the bong hit the longest at an estimated time of six minutes and 56 seconds.
“I figure I’ve got to the be the favorite to win this because of my extraordinary swimming lungs and my well-publicized affection for taking bong hits.”
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