80s 248 Joints In My Body Not My Pocket Funny Weed t-shirt Large

$129.99 USD

Chest 20 in.

Length 27 in.

Content: 50/50 Cotton/Polyester

Tag Brand: Screen Stars

This humorous tee features a graphic of a marijuana leaf, a joint and the phrase "248 joints in my body, not one in my pocket." Marijuana has dozens of names: weed, dope, pot, hash, ganja, the devil's lettuce. No matter what you chose to call it, weed has a rich history rooted in cultural and medical practices. The first recorded uses of the plant as medicine come from Asia circa 500 BCE. Hash, a purified form of the plant, was used recreationally throughout the Middle East as early as 800 AD.

Weed didn't become popular in the US until the 20th century when it was brought north from Mexico. The drug played a huge role in the counter culture of the 60s. Weed became a symbol of rebellion and revolution, especially in the face of social uncertainty and anxieties among young people post-Vietnam War. Celebrities that helped boost the drug's popularity include Cheech and Chong, the Grateful Dead, Bob Marley, and Willie Nelson.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large