I had put in an order at the marijuana dispensary for marijuana delivery.
Half an hour later, I thought to cancel the marijuana delivery and went to the laptop and pulled up the website.
I didn’t know what drew my attention away from the laptop, but I never canceled the order or the delivery. I knew I didn’t really have enough money for the marijuana delivery I sited online, which is why I changed my mind about getting the order. Two hours later, there was a knock on the door. I saw the laptop opened, and I realized I had never canceled the marijuana delivery. I was so aggravated when the marijuana delivery driver walked up to the door that I almost didn’t open the door. I was simply blabbering like a fool when I told him I had put in an order, but I forgot to cancel it. She said I had to call the marijuana dispensary and see what she was supposed to do. When I got the budtender online, I told her I had pressed the button to place the order and make it a marijuana delivery, but I didn’t mean to. I didn’t want the marijuana delivery because I didn’t have enough money to pay for it. She then said they had already charged my debit card, and I groaned. That was going to put my debit card over the limit, and I would need to pay them $35 as an over limit fee. I was then particularly in quite a pickle. She said she could reverse the charge, and the delivery driver would need to return the unopened package to the marijuana dispensary. I was also warned that if this thing happened again, they would cancel my privilege to have marijuana delivery since I wasn’t even a medical marijuana patient.