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Five fast-food meals to stimulate your 4/20 palate

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5. The footlong quarter-pound cheese Coney from Sonic Start the glorious day of celebration by getting high, then daydream about a juicy, plump footlong hot dog slathered with tepid, greasy chili, topped with melty cheddar cheese and crisp bits of diced white onion, and flanked with dill pickle chips, all encased in a soft, smooshy white bun. Go to Sonic, get this (and also some tots and a Route 44 blue coconut slush), eat/drink all of it, then get high again for dessert. 4. The jumbo breakfast platter at Jack in the Box The 4/20 holiday is 24 hours of smoking during daylight and nighttime, and Jack in the Box is obviously supportive with a 24-hour menu so that you can -- and should -- get breakfast anytime. After a couple of bowls, it'll be hard to decide what part of breakfast sounds best -- sweet, savory, bacony? -- so just order the jumbo breakfast platter with scrambled eggs, hash browns, eight mini pancakes, and your choice of country grilled sausage or two slices of bacon. And if you still gots the munch, order a sourdough cheesesteak melt, strawberry shake, a couple of Jack's terrible tacos, and a chocolate overload cake, and wash it all down with an order of mini-churros. 3. The baked spaghetti at Fazoli's Baked spaghetti can be a bit confusing to eat when you've been hitting the really good weed, but treat it like a fun game of "Find the Pasta Under the Thick Blanket of Molten Mozzarella!" Seriously -- excavating for noodles in tomato sauce takes just the right amount of concentration and produces delicious rewards. Definitely choose the dine-in option at Fazoli's, because you can sit your stoned-up ass in a booth for hours playing games on your phone and eating free breadsticks.

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Jenn Wohletz
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