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Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by cacmi, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. Dank vs beasters?
  2. "beast" is basically better than mids but not dank. By me it could either be seedless mids (or hydrponically grown mids) or dank with some seeds. Generally its a bit cheaper. Hope this helps :smoke: so high
  3. Well beasters is BC bud, and dank is a general term. Then again, beasters is pretty general as well because bud can vary from crap to great. In conclusion, Beasters usually refers to bud from BC, Canada, dank is just a word used to described good bud.
  4. Yeah, like Proud2Smoke said, Beasters normally refers to that bud that came from BC, Canada while dank is a term to describe the quality of the bud. I guess some people call good quality bud Beasters, but it's more of the location.
  5. Dank>beasters

    Oh and beasters is a lame word.

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