I don't know about you, but when I was a kid and I brought something to school, as in gum or a snack, and I tried to eat it during class, the teacher would ask if I brought enough for everyone? So in other words, if you didn't bring enough for all 26 kids in your class, you weren't supposed to be eating the snack yourself.

Well, that theory kind of backfired at a New Mexico elementary school this week. According to The Albuquerque Journal, a nine-year-old girl went to her fifth-grade class and shared her grandfather's medical marijuana edible gummy candies with a few classmates. According to The Albuquerque Journal, officials at the school realized that it wasn't candy once they took the labeled package out of the garbage. The report went on to say that the girl that brought the candy in, and the three other students who also shared the gummies, did not have lasting symptoms afterward. But, The Albuquerque Journal said some of the students were 'giggly'.

I guess that was above and beyond the typical 9-year-old girl's usual behavior? I wonder if they were all craving Doritos after school? Man, I used to get excited when my friend Sammy brought his uncle's roasted chestnuts in to share with the class.