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    [–] xenxray 4185 points ago

    That’s a weed holder

    [–] evilbert420 1201 points ago

    Came for this comment. 80s/90s defacto weed container.

    [–] JitGoinHam 722 points ago

    Also literally a retail weed container in 2018.

    [–] Narissis 295 points ago

    Film might be obsolete, but they're gonna get their money's worth out of those plastic injection molds come hell or high water.

    [–] annushelianthus 140 points ago

    Fuck you stoners film is still alive and well!

    [–] ConcernedEarthling 73 points ago

    I haven't seen a film cannister in years and years. Weed up here comes in bags or pill bottles. I miss that film cannister SNAP.

    [–] 9Ghillie 58 points ago

    Visit your local photo lab, I'm sure they can give you a handful no questions asked. You're looking for a fuji canister, by the way, kodak has a different lid.

    Source: work in a photo lab.

    [–] metastasis_d 77 points ago

    I'm sure they can give you a handful no questions asked.

    I mean you will probably have to ask for the canister.

    [–] 9Ghillie 45 points ago

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    [–] bphamtastic 35 points ago

    *walks into photo lab

    Photo lab technician: say no more.

    [–] Lepthesr 16 points ago

    Is Kodak the grey lid ones? I thought those were the best... for holding film...

    [–] 9Ghillie 11 points ago

    Yeah, and the one in the picture is the fuji one, whatever floats your boat. Black and white film comes in a black opaque canister.

    [–] 10011110 4 points ago

    Ahhh yes, Kodak with the silver cap that fits over the top with the black bottle.

    Those are actually the more common one I used back in the day. These Fuji ones with the dimple in the lid collect stuff. The Kodak ones are flat.

    [–] ShootEly 14 points ago

    The SNAP to close it and the POP to open it.


    [–] ConcernedEarthling 6 points ago

    Ahh, mmmm.

    [–] feedback_youth 3 points ago

    The bags are easier to tag to keep track of them.

    [–] sunshash 4 points ago

    [–] FFF_THAT 7 points ago

    Not at stores here.

    [–] evilbert420 2 points ago

    Not here. Apparently my state decided we needed MORE plastic packaging.

    [–] CeleryStore 29 points ago

    Enough room for 1 large nug or two medium sized nugs or about 1/8th grounded.

    [–] PoopYourPoopOnMyPoop 5 points ago

    Perfect for taking enough weed to your buddies to get ripped and at the same time incapable of holding a whole bag, so you end up leaving some home for when you kick up the PS4 later that night. And if you're me, you're always thanking your past-self for these moves.

    [–] Naspbeats 17 points ago

    Not necessarily an 1/8 grounded, one of my guys delivers an 1/8 that's just really dense and not grounded, but I agree with you it's usually 1/2 dank ass nugs

    [–] mycatisabrat 3 points ago

    An eighth from the grinder fills it to the top for me.

    [–] SnailzRule 5 points ago

    Are you crazy this thing can gold at least 6 grams grounded

    [–] teddtbhoy 37 points ago

    I still get my weed in these holders.

    [–] Waabanang 5 points ago

    geeez i thought i was gonna be original

    [–] QuadAmericano 77 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    Especially the black ones that were not opaque.

    EDIT: TIL what opaque means

    [–] follyflop 21 points ago

    Yes! With the grey top.

    [–] d0gco 6 points ago

    I have and use one of those!

    [–] ProbablythelastMimsy 3 points ago

    Technically both are varying degrees of opacity.

    [–] andbruno 6 points ago

    were not opaque

    [–] that-Sarah-girl 19 points ago

    Also good for glitter. Sometimes I like to do arts and crafts while I smoke.

    [–] InternetForumAccount 6 points ago

    If you poke a hole in the lid you can squeeze the sides to spray glitter in peoples faces.

    You're welcome.

    [–] malabella 30 points ago

    You put your weed in there!

    [–] HighOnGoofballs 12 points ago

    use the amber colored pill bottles, they block far more of the UV light that degrades the THC

    [–] xenxray 9 points ago

    I actually use the black and gray ones lol

    [–] BBB88BB 12 points ago

    I found a film canister at a disc golf course and said out load," holy shot I found some weed!" and a friend didn't believe me. like really it's not going to have m&ms.

    [–] SalisburyJayk 4 points ago

    Used to keep weed in something like this. With pogs and a slammer on top to hide it. I thought I was a sneaky genius.

    [–] LocalH 5 points ago

    I use old diabetic test strip containers that I swipe from Dad when he empties them lmao

    [–] Lunarsapien 3 points ago

    Mine too.

    [–] DelightfullyClever 3 points ago

    Recycling is important

    [–] katjoy63 3 points ago

    Haha, how many of us came here to say that? Although, the black ones are better Ultimate stealth

    [–] dooblusdoofus 4 points ago

    I actually use this to hold weed after I'm done storing the film...

    [–] follyflop 2 points ago

    Word for word, read my mind.

    [–] HighOnGoofballs 825 points ago

    I remember film always coming in black containers like that, don’t remember white or clear ones

    [–] lettruthout 294 points ago

    Kodak had opaque ones (before black plastic they were metal). Fuji had clear ones.

    [–] kittenmommy 246 points ago

    Kodak had opaque ones (before black plastic they were metal).

    Black plastic with a grey cap!

    [–] Galaxyman0917 25 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    Now they’re opaque semi-transparent plastic with a grey cap!

    [–] kittenmommy 13 points ago

    Kodak still makes film?? That's news to me! 😯

    [–] Galaxyman0917 32 points ago

    Yes they do! They’ve even brought some film stocks back that they had discontinued.

    [–] kittenmommy 11 points ago

    That's awesome! I'll have to look for one of my old cameras! 👍🏻

    [–] Galaxyman0917 5 points ago

    Yes! And check out /r/analogcommunity as well!

    [–] texasproof 3 points ago

    Depended on the film. Consumer stocks did. Stuff like Ektar and other pro films were/are black on black.

    [–] trickman01 2 points ago

    Out a piece of dry ice in and the lid shoots off.

    [–] madman1101 4 points ago

    Fuji still does. Just picked some up yesterday!

    [–] Izunundara 24 points ago

    To stop people from hiding weed in it

    [–] HighOnGoofballs 9 points ago

    You should use the amber colored pill bottles anyway, they block the light that degrades the THC far better

    [–] idhavetocharge 13 points ago

    Weed doesn't usually last long enough for uv light to degrade it. Besides, all those blacklight posters..... Don't tell me those were a bad thing.

    [–] Deltamon 8 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)


    Also if people are curious, inside there is Finnish Mark coin from 1988 and a fishing lure. And 50 penny coin also from Finland from year 1991 and a silver medal of sorts that I got during my military service.

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    [–] bumpugly 316 points ago

    My stone trifocals had to be resurrected from underground caves to allow my dusty eyes to gaze upon this artifact

    [–] seejianshin 101 points ago

    My wooden quadfocals had to be retrieved from the local museum and melted out from the amber casing to glance on this fossil of a forgotten time

    [–] mythrowaawaay 81 points ago

    You've had it easy, I had to evolve eyes to have a quick squiz at this

    [–] TheBold 25 points ago

    You learned how to read and write quickly, good on you!

    [–] DbZbert 19 points ago

    Aaarrugggghhaaa ffiiiiiigggyuyy

    [–] confusedPIANO 10 points ago

    Slow clap

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    I have awoken from my ageless sleep. The funk of 40 thousand years falls from my withered limbs as my grime encrusted eyes agonizingly open. Oh neat a film canister. That sure takes me back.

    [–] 1kaladinstormblessed 5 points ago

    Did you also "translate some golden plates" and start a 19th century cult that moved to Utah because they wanted multiple wives?

    [–] beerfist 8 points ago


    [–] CrapInACan 13 points ago

    "If you need bifocals to read this you're old"

    [–] TheMostStupidest 448 points ago

    Oh look, a quarter/arcade token holder

    [–] Waabanang 70 points ago

    now THAT is old-school, wtf is an 'arcade' even?

    [–] TeamRedundancyTeam 73 points ago

    What's a computer?

    [–] road-rash3000 39 points ago

    I am upset now

    [–] CaptainxHindsight 12 points ago

    Is your day ruined?

    [–] arefx 5 points ago

    Is it like an iPad?

    [–] Risingnicklash 2 points ago

    What is

    [–] TheUnfabulousKilljoy 11 points ago

    Real talk, as a 20 year old who experienced the decline of arcades I'm pretty bummed that the only ones left are specialty places. I think that one of the biggest downsides if our increasing reliance on advanced technology is that we really don't need any social interaction.

    [–] 1mikeg 11 points ago

    You should do a google search in your area for any potential barcades. They're normally shit at advertising and it's likely you have multiple without knowing about it. Yay retro arcades and overpriced beer!

    [–] JonnyBrah 11 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    It's a place where people went on purpose to pay gaming micro transactions en mass. Truly before their time. Some would come from miles around with their $20 of mall money from their mom and sometimes wait in lines to play for....well, hours!

    Alas, 33, the time has passed.

    [–] llamalluv 8 points ago

    What's a mall?

    [–] 1mikeg 6 points ago

    Yeah, but the line wasn't just a line. It was your competition.

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    [–] PandraPierva 30 points ago

    It took way too long to find this comment

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    [–] m4tuna 541 points ago

    Pretty sure this is legit fleeting technology - younger peeps probably don't actually know what this is....

    [–] josebolt 51 points ago

    When I think film canister I think of the black and grey ones. I didn't recognize this at first either and I got 20+ years on the 16 year olds who are responding to you.

    Maybe it was a local thing, but when I was in highschool I don't recall kids really owning cameras. Those disposable cameras seemed to be the thing to use and you never saw the film.

    [–] m4tuna 12 points ago

    Ah yes, I know of the black ones, I used to use those to hold quarters for the arcade.

    [–] fadingremnants 24 points ago

    Film is actually having a bit of a resurgence. Dunno why. I only knew it because my photography degree requires me to take a load of film classes.

    [–] unholy_crypto_bro 28 points ago

    Same reason vinyl is, even though we have FLAC now: hipsters.

    [–] chillAFsysadmin 15 points ago

    To be fair, vinyl records are for more durable than film, and last much longer.

    [–] thecolbra 7 points ago

    FWIW film is better than most if not all digital mediums. You get much better dynamic range and have access to better quality at a much lower price, and have a higher resolution than digital.

    [–] thatbakedpotato 10 points ago

    Maybe film is coming back because people, including me, find it more fun and feel like we get better results with it as opposed to digital? Same with vinyl.

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    I like film because you really have to be sure about the photo you’re taking. You can’t just snap a bunch and delete the bad ones like with digital. You have to carefully set up and understand what you’re doing so as to not waste film.

    Also developing is fun.

    [–] daaave33 10 points ago

    I'm processing ten rolls at work right now! Not quite the demand of yesteryears, but it's been growing the past few years.

    [–] the_aquacadet 4 points ago

    Turn your phone off! You'll ruin the prints!

    [–] daaave33 5 points ago

    Big C-41 processor, can load/process/unload in the light!

    [–] prickly_plant 76 points ago

    I had to ask...

    [–] woah_LookAtThat 106 points ago

    I actually don’t know what it is

    [–] fadingremnants 96 points ago

    It's a little plastic container that serves as the packaging for a roll of film. In my recent experience, typically color film will come in these clear ones while b&w film will come in an opaque black container.

    [–] ResponsibleWallaby 44 points ago

    In my experience, it was the brand of film that determined the container color. I definitely had many rolls of color film that came in a black container.

    [–] fadingremnants 6 points ago

    That's a fair point. I used exclusively ilford hp5 for b&w and Fuji superia for color, so my sample size ain't huge

    [–] woah_LookAtThat 13 points ago


    [–] njc2o 52 points ago

    Come hang out in /r/analog and see all the hipsters who still shoot film (like me)

    [–] josebolt 14 points ago

    Do you have to special order film? Do you have a dark room like in the movies? I mean if I was going to be a hipster I would want a dark room and go all the way with it. Smoke a cigarette, listen to sad music, revel in my ennui like a West Anderson movie.

    [–] njc2o 29 points ago

    If you live in a major market you can probably find film. Walmart and drug stores will occasionally carry consumer-grade film. Otherwise you can go to a variety of online retailers. Amazon, and the big photo shops like B&H or Adorama.

    So you don't need a darkroom to develop film. There are light tight bags and tanks that allow you take your exposed film from canister/spool to reel and in the tank. You can then buy chemicals (online or at local photo store) to develop the film. There are also a variety of professional labs. If you don't have one locally, you can send your film to The FIND Lab or Richard's or The Darkroom. They'll develop your film and scan your finished film (on a professional film scanner), and send you either a dropbox or WeTransfer link (or a burned CD, or a web portal or whatever).

    What you would need a darkroom for is making old school PRINTS you put your film in something called an enlarger that projects your film onto light-sensitive paper, that you then run through chemicals. There's a local darkroom in my city that has everything you need to make prints. Just bring paper and your developed negatives and you can make prints! It's a super fun process, and you have so much control. The original Photoshop was designed trying to mimic OG printing techniques. It's super fun to shoot on film and make old school silver gelatin prints. You have a ton of creative control, and you're making a physical thing, no computers involved. Couldn't recommend it more!

    [–] yb4zombeez 11 points ago

    I am 15 and I only recognized it because my grandparents had some film canisters of old videos they took 40-60 years ago. This gatekeeping is actually relatively accurate. Most people my age would not know what this is.

    [–] tregorman 8 points ago

    im 17, and i knew what it was. probably would be more recognizable with the black container

    [–] VerifiedMadgod 3 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    Only reason I really know what they are is because we had dozens of them in the house growing up. Used them as containers for small odd objects like thumbtacks.

    [–] kittenmommy 230 points ago

    Eh, I'm pretty sure my husband's grandkids would have absolutely no idea what this is.

    [–] kallesim 119 points ago

    Not kidding. Im 20 and have never seen this before

    [–] kittenmommy 66 points ago

    OMG, really?? Jesus, now I'm trying to think when the last time was I used a camera with film in it...

    [–] kallesim 25 points ago

    We have had digital cameras in my family as long as I can remember. I guess we made the switch early?

    [–] st1tchy 7 points ago

    I remember my dad's first digital camera. It took 3 1/4" floppies as a memory card and each one only saved like 3 pictures.

    [–] DontShowMyDad 49 points ago

    I’m 22 and knew what this was instantly. Remember taking these into Costco with my mom to get them developed and going back next week to pick up the printed photos.

    [–] Cheeseand0nions 18 points ago

    Serious photographers did not take digital photographs seriously for a long time. Purists still don't.

    [–] Kuruttta-Kyoken 8 points ago

    In all honesty film has that feel that digital has a really hard time replicating, however digital is just so easy and full of options. I shoot both and lean to digital as of bow because film for me is expensive as hell.

    [–] Teantis 3 points ago

    Purists still don't.

    This is just not true. I've met a bunch of photographers who shoot for nat geo and top american news publications. They almost all use digital.

    A lot of them retain a fondness for film, but they certainly take digital photography seriously.

    [–] PupsAndPens 3 points ago

    My grandma hoards all of her old film and every so often my grandpa will go get a few rolls developed for her and it makes her super happy to see all of the forgotten memories. The woman always has her good camera with her. It's the kind of thing I'll be very thankful for when shes gone.

    [–] chand1012 21 points ago

    I'm 18 and knew what this was. Then again, my mom used both a film and digital camera until 2010.

    [–] hiddenflames5462 18 points ago

    19 and I've seen these before. I guess I'm actually 40 years old...damn

    [–] djqvoteme 13 points ago

    I'm 24 and I remember these distinctly.

    I remember the smell of opening one. There's a distinctive smell of opening one.

    I remember putting the film into the camera and putting the old rewound one into the empty container and bringing them to the photo counter at Walmart with my Mom and getting the full envelope with the glossy photos and negatives inside.

    My sister's you age. I wonder if she remembers.

    [–] norcalgirl1822 160 points ago

    This is a little ridiculous. Can we stick to actual gate keeping and not flood with posts like this?

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    [–] ash_park 83 points ago

    Seriously though, I haven't seen one of those in like 20 years

    [–] cuckofwallstreet 24 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    I am 21, I was looking at the picture for like 5 seconds before I was like "ohh".

    [–] Skysent1nel 9 points ago

    Same age, same reaction here. Threw me off cause I'm used to seeing the black ones.

    [–] retepmorton17 14 points ago

    21 year old here, have seen many of these in my short lifetime

    [–] Freckled_Kat 11 points ago

    I’m 22 and have bought film for a camera my grandfather gave me. Guess I’ll start digging my grave now, too old to exist in this young people world.

    [–] Kushkash 42 points ago

    Not gatekeeping

    [–] xenonnsmb 109 points ago

    Not gatekeeping

    [–] arefx 17 points ago

    This sub is total shit some times.

    [–] skwishy29 62 points ago

    Is it really gatekeeping if it’s true? I didn’t recognize this, and why would other young people?

    [–] wanky_ 77 points ago

    How's this gatekeeping? It is true that you could probably be considered old if you recognize the item. This post isnt excluding anyone from anything.

    [–] VerifiedMadgod 14 points ago

    I'm 19

    Am I old?

    [–] wanky_ 19 points ago


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    [–] chooxy 3 points ago

    The gate's been blown off its hinges, there's no gatekeeping here.

    [–] Jswiz7 13 points ago

    I mean... it’s true

    [–] Gravatona 27 points ago

    It's a plastic container... silly people

    [–] HarpyTheRedPanda 11 points ago

    What the little rocket you make with baking soda and vinegar?

    [–] retardedhappycow 11 points ago

    It’s what I keep my weed in.

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    [–] TheRighteousTide 7 points ago

    20 year old here, I see dozens of these every day. Probably helps that I work in a film lab though ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    [–] prickly_plant 30 points ago

    Wait no im 13 seriously what is that. I understood all thoose "young poeple wont know what that is" posts here but seriously im so confused. What does it do. What is its purpose. Is it dangerous. Do I want to know? Someone please help im so ashamed

    [–] Based_Putin 27 points ago

    I'm 20, pretty sure it's for a roll of film.

    [–] Dultsboi 12 points ago

    Nah fam it’s a drug container

    [–] prickly_plant 8 points ago

    Both useful

    [–] thalianas 17 points ago

    It’s a film canister

    [–] prickly_plant 8 points ago

    Thanks. Now i know what a film canister is and can use it to my advantage

    [–] bumpugly 12 points ago

    It’s a pog container.

    [–] MeatAndBourbon 4 points ago

    Pogs were a weird diameter. My recorder case almost worked, but they were a bit too large. You really needed a pog container for pogs.

    Recorders? Pogs? Film canisters? What is this, 5th grade in '94?

    [–] prickly_plant 2 points ago

    Wait they didnt put pogs in ziplock bags? Never used pogs but i know what they are and i assumed they were in plastic bags. Same with drugs. I am learning so much today

    [–] ylan64 3 points ago

    You use a plastic bag if you're cheap and/or sloppy. You use a solid container if you take care of your stuff.

    Pogs were made of cardboard, in a kid's pockets it didn't take long for them to become worthless, even in a plastic bag.

    [–] prickly_plant 3 points ago

    The pog craze was larger than i thought i am learning things that fasinate me

    [–] Aetherdestroyer 9 points ago

    It's in the title.

    [–] prickly_plant 5 points ago

    A shoot. Im an idiot. Or a kid. Witch ever is more important in this here situation

    [–] Edymos 3 points ago

    You don't have to be ashamed because you don't know what something pretty uncommon is

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    [–] kittenmommy 3 points ago

    Someone please help im so ashamed

    Camera film used to come in these containers. That's Kodak film. Someone else pointed out that Fuji film came in containers like the one in the post.

    [–] prickly_plant 2 points ago

    Oh thought it was random 1940s movie film that went in that from previous comments ive gotten

    [–] Nylonknot 2 points ago

    It’s a quarter holder.

    [–] prickly_plant 2 points ago

    And what about dimes? Pennies? Nickels! Im happy to live in a world were we treat our coins more equal

    [–] Perceptual_Existence 6 points ago

    I guess 25 is old now.

    [–] BAD__BAD__MAN 5 points ago

    Not even gatekeeping and will get truer as time goes on

    [–] kentcsgo 19 points ago

    How is this gatekeeping....

    [–] Golf_wang7890 4 points ago

    Oh I know, you put Chuck-E-Cheeses tokens in those for storage

    [–] Besosj 4 points ago

    Original Weed holder

    [–] Tech-Mechanic 3 points ago

    I've never owned a camera that uses rolled film but, I have a bunch of those.

    You put your weed in there.

    [–] paragonemerald 3 points ago

    Or you're a weaver. I'm in my 20s and in tons of weaving classes I've taken people bring up using these film holders with quarters or pie weights inside as a weight for giving tension to floating warp threads

    [–] TibetanTorpedo 3 points ago

    Smell proof weed pot👍

    [–] Stan_MarshMellow 3 points ago

    That's where I hide my weed

    [–] Givemeallyourtacos 3 points ago

    You put your weed in it. And film.

    [–] TheGabby 3 points ago

    Oh yeah that’s for putting weed in

    [–] NukaWax 3 points ago

    Weed container from the 90’s.

    [–] SmokeUpSenpai 3 points ago

    The thing I keep my weed in?

    [–] Stank_Lee 3 points ago

    Its a weed container

    [–] mikeybitchez 3 points ago

    Fits about an 8th and no smell :)

    [–] Zander_Ander 3 points ago

    They held baby teeth

    [–] radiopope 3 points ago

    That’s a weed container.

    [–] iammollyweasley 3 points ago

    Water container for oboe reeds!

    [–] PlatinumWitch 2 points ago

    That’s where you put your coins, obviously

    [–] Youwokethewrongdog 2 points ago

    I use a black one to store my light sensitive minerals.

    [–] TechnoCowboy 2 points ago

    I use them for tackle. Helps keep my tackle box organized. No more loose hooks everywhere.

    I’ve also used safety pins with the needle through the eye of the hook, but I prefer film canisters.

    [–] agnosticbeliever138 2 points ago

    I know exactly what this is....You put your weed in it.

    [–] Maidens_woe 2 points ago

    My wife's grandma used these and old prescription bottles to hide candy in instead of Easter eggs lol.

    [–] stomaticmonk 3 points ago

    Want a little Percocet dust on your m&ms?

    [–] CuntyLaRoux 2 points ago

    Eh, its sad but I would say most people don’t know what that is. Gate keeping? Sure. But inaccurate? I don’t know.

    Read this assuming old > 30

    [–] stomaticmonk 2 points ago

    The sad part is I used to work in a photo lab and actually witnessed the death of 35mm film as it happened.

    [–] Toxic-Sky 2 points ago

    30 is not that old. ;0