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Thursday, 25 March 2010

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Smoking weed in Holland is tolerated so it's legal, but also illegal, in fact nobody knows if its legal or not, GET IT!

A Coffee shop owner in Terneuzen, Holland has been jailed for doing his legal job, selling drugs illegally, get it?

In Holland it's legal to sell drugs in coffee shops but it is also illegal, just tolerated so it becomes legal, get the gist?

The local council even assisted the owner by erecting road signs for punters wishing to frequent the coffee shop. This obviously attracted more punters so the owner needed more stock and this upset the council.

So they sent in someone to control the stock and the owner had bought in more for his customers than the legal amount, hence, illegal, what?

This case has caused an uproar in Holland and the World so the Dutch Prime Minister, Balkenende (better known as Harry Potter) was asked to clarify the legal situation regarding drugs in Holland, here his quote whilst being legally stoned:

"I buy my shit legally in coffee shops so that's legal, what the rest do, that's illegal so 'shop' the bastards!" Dank je wel Harry!

The coffee shop owner is taking his case to the European Court of Human Justice in The Hague, Holland, hoping for some transparency, fat fucking chance!

He'd be better off consulting Vader Abraham and his Smurfs!

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