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Happy Pizza

Posted by mattocmd on 23/10/2008 at 22:07


Once in a while I like to enjoy a little mary jane - don't judge me. It's not a regular habit, but when I am on vacation, I often enjoy myself (and drink less alcohol) when I can enjoy some bud.

Much to my suprise I have read that they closed down all of the happy pizzas (or at least forced them to take it off of the menus) in Cambodia.

Is this being enforced by the authorities? Will I have a hard time scoring some bud in snookville?

Thanks a lot! Peace!

#1 mattocmd has been a member since 13/6/2007. Location: United States. Posts: 365

Posted by lodesafun on 24/10/2008 at 10:50

Without voilating some site rules all I can say is, you have No worries. go to the beach huts and just sit around, possibly mentioning to the bar staff your desire.

#2 lodesafun has been a member since 6/8/2006. Posts: 10

Posted by mattocmd on 24/10/2008 at 10:53

Thats all I needed to hear...

Thank you anf God bless

#3 mattocmd has been a member since 13/6/2007. Location: United States. Posts: 365

Posted by Munkychump on 19/11/2008 at 22:21

Just to expand on this, I'm in Phnom Penh at the moment and on the riverfront there are a number of restaurants with names such as Happy Pizza House, Happy Herb Pizza and something else.. all are in a row and all serve basically the same thing.

Some friends I'd met and I ordered pizza from Happy Herb Pizza, stipulating that it be very happy and the result was not so happy.

Curious as to whether I had been duped the next night I went to the restaurant next to it and asked directly, "Do you put Marijuana on the pizza?" the response was yes but I can tell you definitively that the pizza had none.. Now I'm not recommending anywhere else but these places are doing a roaring trade through mis-information which I disagree with.

Don't expect to get anything other than a decent pizza on the riverfront.

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