Due to the festive nature of the season, Uncle Buck was showing us how to make Christmas tree decorations. OK, they were really Electric Rice Krispie Treat Balls, where “electric” means they were made with cannabis butter, and “Rice Krispie” doesn’t necessarily mean that any of this is approved by Kellogg’s.
After last week’s antics, I was determined to be a good little Old Hippie, and I didn’t eat anything there (although I did meet some cool new people, including Uncle Buck’s son and the amazing DJ Weedkill). But I did take a few goodies home, and as soon as I got there, I very carefully tried a nifty little chocolate-and-marshmallow treat (about 1.5″ x 1″) and then cut a Electric Rice Krispie Treat Ball into small pieces and ate just 1/8 of one. I still managed to hit about a [9.2] after precisely 60 minutes had passed. I stayed up there for 2 hours, and over  for another 3 hours or so.
At some point, I floated over to the refrigerator, where I found a large container of yummy-looking purple drink. We buy grape juice often, and I poured myself a big cup and started drinking it. But wait WTF is going on here?!?!?!
It was flipping blueberry juice!
Now, I’m not prejudiced against blueberries and in fact I rather like them. But I was expecting grape juice, and I never even heard of blueberry juice, and they taste totally different so I was extremely surprised and taken aback and all that sort of stuff. But I wasn’t about to pour it down the drain either.
I stared at it, made some Jedi hand waves, and so on, and by the end of the cup it tasted exactly like grape juice.
So I think I’m onto something here. It was just a complete coincidence (or was it…the cats?) that both of these particular drinks happen to be purple, so that their similarity was high. Only because I could see that it was possible could I hope to actually make it happen, and it did! But I will start slowly, like this, and work my way up towards the legendary water-into-wine trick.