You can now order weed on Uber Eats. Not if you're in India though

Food delivery app Uber Eats has declared that their users will be able to place orders for cannabis on their app soon. This big announcement came as a surprise for many, and as a shock for others. Here are some of the funniest reactions.

 |  2-minute read |   24-11-2021
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Food delivery is a blessing these days. It is one of the best services that has made our lives easier. Surprisingly, Uber Eats is offering more than just food. As per a recent Reuters report, Uber Eats will allow users to place orders for cannabis in Ontario, Canada. No, we are not crazy! The app will list Tokyo Smoke, a cannabis retailer, on its market place on Monday (November 29).

ANOTHER SHOCKER: The app already delivers liquor (not in India though). Now, it is all set to enter the weed market. Uber mentioned in a statement that this step is in an attempt to control the illegal purchase of cannabis in the country. The illegal market is responsible for over 40% of all non-medical cannabis sales in the country.

As soon as the news broke, people got all excited, and reacted with the funniest memes. Let’s laugh together at the best ones.

1. Okay, so Uber Eats is now an all-in-one package

2. This one will help you understand the real vibe

3. Meanwhile many are planning shifting to Canada

4. Only Indians will get this one

5. People in US got no chill!

6. Now, this one is not happy with the news

7. Here's another one who is unhappy but for other reasons

Well. Canadians seem quite sorted as far as their 'munchies' are concerned, but if you're in India, we'd suggest not ordering weed anywhere online. (Even though there are some pretty crazy stuff available on Amazon India.) 

After liquor and cannabis, what do you think is the next in line? Let us know in the comments.

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Varsha Vats Varsha Vats @varshavats19

Varsha Vats believes in unbiased journalism, and loves writing on health, lifestyle, food, entertainment and anything other than politics. She is a Senior Sub editor at DailyO.

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