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Here are a bunch of people making the exact same joke about Shoppers Drug Mart selling weed

Yesterday’s news that Shoppers Drug Mart had applied to become a licensed marijuana producer was entertaining for a number of reasons, not least because it positions sweater-wearing, Annex-dwelling Galen Weston as potentially the world’s biggest weed dealer. Mostly, though, people on Twitter were interested in the implications of the move for Shoppers’ Optimum program, which lets customers save up points for discounts. Observe:

It begins:

It appears that more than one person is interested in using their Optimum points to buy weed. What a coincidence.

Right, okay, so this is clearly the question on everybody’s mind:

This may turn out to be the worst thing that ever happened to Rexall:

For the sake of the joke, a surprising amount of people were willing to imply publicly that they smoke a ton of weed:

But you can have both:

Should be enough for at least half an ounce:

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Your meta humour doesn’t excuse you, sir:

Nervous weed dealers are already printing up coupons:

The jokes continue:

Your Optimum point balance is not a measure of your self-worth:

This is the dream:

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But this is the reality:

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