Lumpy Space Princess from Western Cultured falls under the “sour” label of their flower offerings. So, expect strong sativa flavors coming through. It is a hybrid, but certainly leaning more sativa. Like, if you didn’t have a bit of indica holding on by a few sticky hairs, then it would be flying off sativa mountain.
In this manner, is Lumpy Space Princess sativa?
Lumpy Space Princess has an uplifted sativa leaning high with a low key buzz that will have you chilled out and socializing. This is true craft cannabis at it’s best, with a heady nose and gorgeous trichome covered buds.
People also ask, what strain gives you giggles?
Church OG. A serious name for a not-so-serious strain, Church OG is a heavy indica that’ll knock you into stupefied episodes of laughter (especially if friends are around to trigger it). The OG Kush descendent packs a sleepy punch in large doses, so take this one slowly if bedtime is still far off.
Who is the voice of Lumpy Space Princess?
Pendleton Ward is the voice of Lumpy Space Princess in Adventure Time, and Tetsuharu Ota is the Japanese voice.
According to the events in “Princess Day,” she is not recognized by the chair of princesses, partially because of her dramatic attitude and the fact that she is no longer the heir to Lumpy Space. Since the episode “To Cut a Woman’s Hair,” Lumpy Space Princess lived on her own in the woods of Ooo.
Since “To Cut A Woman’s Hair,” LSP moved out and has been living homeless in Ooo.
Trivia. She is voiced by Pendleton Ward, the creator of Adventure Time, which often misleads people into thinking she is a male. Pendleton Ward admitted that he came up with Lumpy Space Princess’s voice by cursing around the office in a valley girl accent.