A website wants to pay someone up to $36,000 a year to smoke weed

A website wants to pay someone up to $36,000 a year to smoke weed

A marijuana-reviewing website is offering a lucky candidate the chance to earn up to $36,000 a year to smoke weed for them.

AmericanMarijuana.org is searching for an expert who would be willing to use their expertise in all things marijuana-related, such as weed strains, edibles, and CBD oils, to try out and review legal weed.

The company has already approached celebrity weed aficionado and rapper Snoop Dogg to offer him the role. Snoop turned the offer down, so now the site is looking to hire a member of the general public, and pay them $3,000 a month, to smoke some samples and give their opinion.

An image of marijuana. Credit: Pexels

The job advert reads: "This job is 100 per cent for real and it's an important job that includes more than just getting paid to smoke weed. If you think that's the entire scope of the job, then this might not be for you. [sic]"

It continues: "We're looking for someone to review a wide variety of cannabis products to give our readers an honest and reliable insights on various cannabis products. And they have to live in a state in America or Canada where medical marijuana is legal. If you think you got the guts to smoke weed every day (plays Snoop Dogg song) and get paid doing it, you might just be the guy we need."

Watch this hilarious video about Snoop Dogg getting a 'weed bouquet' for his birthday: 

It adds: "But DO NOT expect us to hire you just because you can smoke because we're looking for a guy who also has extensive knowledge of marijuana to educate our readers. Lastly, the applicant needs to be physically fit and healthy in general to carry out cannabis product reviews regularly. [sic]"

Meanwhile, AmericanMarijuana.org boss Dwight Blake told British tabloid newspaper The Sun: "Everyone is going crazy about smoking weed. And getting paid to do just that (and a little more) makes it all the more alluring."

An image of someone smoking marijuana. Credit: Pexels

So if you think you're up to the task, then why not send in a CV? You might even be allowed to show up stoned in the interview...