Adulthood demands that you participate in a number of tasks that are far more enticing before you actually have to do them -- paying rent, going on dates with strangers, and perhaps most prominently, having a job.
Fortunately, "job" is a loose term. Being a princess is a job. Influencers have jobs, we guess. And now, if you count your proficiency at smoking weed and traveling among your special skills on LinkedIn, that qualifies as a job as well. Southern California vape company Heavy Hitters is hiring a national ambassador with a job listing that falls under the tagline "Smoke Weed. Travel. Get Paid." Need we say more?
The Cali corporation is looking to bring on 20 "Heavy Hitters Originals" to promote their vape cartridges far and wide at so-called "high-profile events" and on social media. So, basically, you need some base-level social media skills, a deep love of cannabis, and most importantly, the ability to socialize when you're catatonically stoned.
"The opportunity is open to any and everyone that loves good times and good cannabis," a Heavy Hitter spokesperson said in an email. These are minimal requirements as far as employment pre-reqs go, so if your resumé feels a little sparse, make sure to apply before November 23, when applications close.
Each of these highly competitive ambassadors will earn $1,200 in cash each month along with $500 in credit for Heavy Hitters products. Is it weird that you're accepting almost the entirety of your payment in cash? Yes. Should that stop you? Probably not, though you might want to consult your mom.
Beyond the actual cash-money, you'll get to travel (all expenses paid, of course) to a roster of exciting cannabis events, you'll be the first to try to out all the new strains and products from Heavy hitters, you'll work alongside prominent dispensaries, budtenders, and local die-hard stoners, and, well, you'll get high.
On the Heavy Hitters website, applicants are simply required to submit a short video explaining why they're the best at ingesting cannabis, followed by a list of questions along the lines of, "How happy are you?" and "Do you love going to dope events?"
Now is your chance. Channel Lil Wayne circa 2007, and go get you your dream job.