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Noob scale question.

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by ziggy513, May 16, 2010.

  1. How would I actually go about using it?
    Just pull it out and be like "hold on, let me scale this shit :ey:"
  2. #2 chubba, May 16, 2010
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    thats what i would do just whip it out right then and there before i pay and be like hmm this sacks short either you make it right or you can have it back i aint giving no money for a short sack

    EDIT: ive been using the same guy for a good long while now so i dont do this anymore but anytime i try someone new best believe the scales in the back pocket and i dont give a f*** what their scale says unless they are willing to throw a nickle on it first its way to easy for them to just have their scale off.
  3. If you can, get the dealer to scale it out infront of you. If your dealer doesn't have a scale then find a new dealer.

    They way I use my scale is more to check on new connecs. When I find someone new, I always scale out a couple purchases to make sure I'm getting good counts.
  4. Like Ziplock sad, any respectable dealer would have no problem scaling it up infront of you, if they get funny about you wanting to smell/examine/feel what your buying, somethings up and you need to find a new dealer obviously after a while you should be able to trust your dealer if hes consistent so you shouldnt need to after a while. (its always good to have your own scales about to double check though, probably only have to do this once)
  5. Just be like, "one second while I weight this to make sure it's legit." That's what I do when I didn't trust my dealers. But my dude now is good.

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