A marijuana user smokes marijuana during a 420 Day celebration on "Hippie Hill" in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. (Getty Images)
For once, the Bay Area is at the top of a ranking that doesn't have to do with high rent costs, but just being high.
Gillian Edevane of NBC Bay Area news reports that according to a government health organization, San Francisco is home to the most tokers, joint smokers and all-around stoners.
The study, produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), found that more than 15 percent of San Franciscans over age of 12 have smoked weed within the last month. That's almost double the 7.7 percent of people nationwide who report smoking recently.
Colorado, where marijuana use is legal, and Oregon also had a fair amount of stoners within their state lines, as did New York and Vermont.
All told, the highest percentage of smokers hailed from the West (ahem, best) coast, while the South had the lowest percent of smokers. In Texas, 3.9 percent of people said they used marijuana within the last month.