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Are “Mario Carts” Legit? And What Do Fake Vape Carts Look Like?
BY MERRY JANE STAFF | CULTURE | OCT 28, 2019
Spoiler Alert: If you’re going to play around with Mario Carts, best to stick to the ones that only work on your video game console.
Image viaWith the exploding popularity of weed vapes comes an equally rising popularity in unlicensed, untested, and potentially life-threatening counterfeit weed vapes.
And spoiler alert! The hot new Mario Carts that’ve popped up on the illicit markets are incredibly fake. Puff on them at your own risk — to your health and your freedom — as people are now facing prison time for peddling these dangerous products.
So-called “Mario Carts” look incredibly appealing, especially to kids, who will instantly be enticed by the fun and adventurous packaging. So, for the uninitiated, how can you tell that these are fake, unlicensed products? Keep reading.
Note the spelling, too. “Mario Carts” is spelled with a “C” on “carts,” whereas “Mario Kart,” the Nintendo game, is spelled with a “K.”
Previously, even state-licensed, legal weed companies have been sued for biting trademarks. The weed strains “Girl Scout Cookies” and “Gorilla Glue #4” both switched to new, trademark-neutral names (GSC and GG#4, respectively) after their breeders were taken to court.
Cease-and-desist orders were also issued to weed products named after Disney characters and edibles manufacturers that copied mainstream candies. Big-name companies are not playing around when it comes to pot producers riding their coattails into undeserved fortunes.