Congrats, everyone, we did it. Residents of San Francisco smoke more weed than those of any other city in the country. According to data released today by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and subsequently picked up by the Washington Post, San Franciscans over the age of 12 are blazing harder than anyone else in these great United States.

But just how hard? "Over 15 percent of San Francisco residents age 12 and over use marijuana monthly or more, the highest rate in the country," the Post tells us. "By contrast, the lowest use rates are in the far south of Texas, where fewer than 4 percent use monthly."

Nice. We even beat Colorado.

The data is from the years 2012 to 2014, and represents responses from roughly 204,000 individuals. The report actually dives into the San Francisco/Oakland area specifically, and reveals some interesting facts. "In the San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont MSA, an annual average of 782,000 persons aged 12 or older used any illicit drug in the past year," the report explains. "This represents 21.9 percent of the MSA population, which is higher than the rates for the State of California (16.8 percent) and the Nation as a whole (14.7 percent) (Figure 1). The rate of marijuana use in the past year was 17.0 percent, which was also higher than the rates in California and the Nation."

So go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back — you earned it, after all. Just remember to set that bubbler down first.

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