Wake ‘n’ Bake

Stoner Dictionary | Wake ‘n’ Bake


Wake ‘n’ Bake: verb 1. to smoke pot upon awakening

Example: “I always start my day with a wake ‘n’ bake.”

Nothing cures those sobering slumbers better than giant gobs of green goodies. It’s the best way to “start the day off right man,” exclaims the character “Smokey,” in the chronic classic movie Friday as he sparks up a joint of unpaid for herbal relief. Around breakfast time seems to be the preferred time to enjoy a bowl full of those magical lucky nugs, giving the high society a more enjoyable morning commute. A subtle high that “gives you a whole new way of looking at the day,” as confessed by Wyatt in the drug induced motorcycle movie of 1969’s Easy Rider, that captures the ambiance of the a.m. buzz by showcasing transcendent sunrises over dessert mountain highways.

The lasting and mellowing effects of a morning toke make the wake ‘n’ bake ritual synonymous with the stoner lifestyle.

You can also add a dash of coffee to your morning toke time for a caffeine fueled “hippy speedball.” This high speed breakfast combo may have been the real cause behind the ’60s movement, and even if you’re not looking to change the world you can still be a revolutionary. With an old fashioned wake ‘n’ bake you never wake up on the wrong side of the couch.

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