| Posted on Wed, August, 27th 2014 by THCFinder
The world now has the munchies for Sarah Silverman.
One day after the comic showed off her pot-filled e-cigarette on the Emmys red carpet, the future of marijuana moved from the back of a VW microbus to the cutting edge of technology.
It all started in an apparently unscripted moment with E! hostess Giuliana Rancic when Silverman — in a pot colored dress, no less — revealed more than her ample cleavage.
"This is my pot," she said. "Liquid pot."
With that the internet exploded. “Live your life girl!” tweeted actress Anna Kendrick to her nearly three million followers.
It’s no surprise that Hollywood partakes of the wacky weed — after all, celebs from Cheech and Chong to Snoop Dogg to the makers of “Weeds” have been high on pot for decades — but Silverman’s choice of delivery system got everyone buzzed.
"Seeing her Monday night was pretty awesome," says Christian Rado, whose L.A.-based company Vaporous Technologies makes the J-Pen vaporizer that Silverman prefers.
He touted the Jetson’s-like joint because it enables pot users to openly enjoy the popular and increasingly legal recreational drug yet waft very little smoke and almost none of the tell-tale scent of ganja.
With the e-cig, he said, pot lovers don’t have to "slink off somewhere secluded."
This being Hollywood, he also put in a plug for his liquid gold: "We make a high end product for the connoisseur."
Vape pens work by heating up and vaporizing a concentrated marijuana oil that is inhaled. The results are the same — go ask a teenager what they are — as smoking, but advocates for e-cigarettes say it is much less harmful on the lungs.
It's also a lot more discrete — unless you pull out your vapor pen on national television. Then again, Silverman has a medical marijuana prescription, so she can ride Puff the Magic Dragon anywhere in California except public places.
That means she could have been #HAF — the internet hashtag for, well, being tagged by hash — at the Emmy Awards. Silverman denied it, but when she accepted her award for outstanding writing for a variety special, she offered a monologue straight out of “Dazed and Confused,” mentioning how “we're just all made of molecules, and we're hurling through space right now.”
Silverman is not the only celebrity whose pen is mightier than the bong.
Earlier this year, Whoopi Goldberg wrote a column for The Cannabist called "My vape pen and I, a love story."
"When I show her to a friend, the reaction 99% of the time is: 'Holy s---, where did you get this and how can I get me one?'"