Mum who smokes weed around kids says they like it as it means McDonald’s time10/28/2021
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A woman has joked her children like when she smokes weed around them – as it means they'll be getting a McDonald's.
Caitlin Fladager, from Vancouver, Canada, said in a TikTok video that she always reaches for fast food when she wants to take a puff of marijuana.
Cannabis was legalised in Canada for recreational and medical purposes in 2018.
She wrote in the narrative of her son Jack: "When you've been waiting for your mum to smoke weed so she would want to order McDonald's too."
The mum-of-two also hinted that it is "the only time I actually want McDonald’s".
Her video led many fellow parents to "come out" and share their guilty pleasure after smoking weed.
"My kids wait and then take advantage when it’s munchie time," one commented.
A second penned: "My kids do this all the time!!!! They are teenagers and they are always talking about fast food right after I smoke because I’m more likely to comply."
Caitlyn previously explained why she prefers to smoke weed over alcohol.
She said: "Smoking weed has helped my life so much. Alcohol has nearly destroyed it at one point.
"A few years ago when I was going through a really hard time in my life, I turned to drinking. I drank too much and for all the wrong reasons. I was going down a dark hole that could’ve quickly become very dangerous.
"But do you think anyone ever blamed my drinking for the mental health problems I was having back then? No, they told me I needed a drink to lift my spirits up and make me feel better."
She also claimed that no medication has worked for her long term except cannabis.
"I have struggled with mental health issues since I was a child, I didn’t start using this plant until I was around 24," Caitlin said.
"I will forever be grateful for this plant. Because for me, it’s medicine."
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