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Etiquette To Approaching Your Dealer

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by TBKDub_Tree, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. Hey guys. I have just got a dealer, first one ever. I need some etiquette to approaching him. This could be a good guide for all noobs to come, so help me out, and help all future noobs along the way. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. There isn't really an etiquitte to approaching a dealer mane.:)
    All you really have to do is just be really chill with him.
    And usually after a while if you're in the goods with him,
    He will smoke you out.
    :hello::hello::hello::hello::hello:
     
  3. Just treat him like a person; that's all he is. Ask him what the best time and manner to reach him is, be polite, just in general be chill and do the transaction. You'll probably get to be friendly if not outright friends with him given time.
     
  4. if ur meetin in public dont make it like super obvious wat ur doin...some people just flash money around (retards)...if ur meetin in private just be chill and dont seem super anxious to get some weed( makes the dealer think ur a loser)..but yea, just take it easy;)
     
  5. my dealer is my friend from 6th grade so I don't have that problem...

    but if he's out I get others so...

    don't try to be a stereotype and don't make it seem like you're stupid couse then he will lose respect towards you and give you his worst weed!

    EDIT: also bringing an experienced toker is a common good rule...
     
  6. Bringing another toker is not always a good rule as some dealers are very cautious about who they conduct business with. Be sure that you ALWAYS ask if you're bringing someone along. Usually if you're nice about it, they'll be fine with it as long as it's not a horde of people. Don't like he's obliged to hook you up. It's a privilege for you to be able to conduct transactions with him. Always thank them, too. When contacting them, ask something along the lines of "are you available now?" instead of "yo, where you at so I can pick up." I'm sure you get the idea of what I'm trying to say. :p
     
  7. At the same time, don't feel obligated to buy something that you don't want, this is how people get ripped off. You can ask for it to be weighed in front of you, and if the dealer won't do it - usually it's time to find a new dealer. Asking is always a little uncomfortable but in my opinion, a good dealer should weigh it out for you without you having to ask. Many that I have gone to do that.

    Just be cool and chill and respect what they want and you'll be fine.
     

  8. Yea I just got a new dealer through a friend and i bought from him twice and they seemed alittle small and broken up. I got his number last night though so I think I will ask for it to be weighed next time and not broken up.

    Do they usually mind if you ask for it to be weighed
     
  9. Sometimes, but I take that as a warning sign. If it's the first time that they are doing me a 'favor' I'll return it, by smoking them out.

    I wouldn't ask for it not broken up, just weighed and see what he says. Sometimes they get it broken up and that's beyond their control.
     
  10. Way I approached mine was just said "Hey man whenever you pick up think i could buy an 1/8 off you, no rush." He called me back an hour later with the shit and I picked it up and thanked him for coming through on short notice. and....thats it.
     

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