It's probably best not to advertise the fact that you might be prepared to pay for drugs. But that's what one woman did on Twitter - with her desperate plea eliciting a response from none other than the local police.
Rosa Sparkz - not her real name - sent the request on 21 July.
To which police casually responded:
Somebody bring me weed. I'll pay for it— Goddess (@Rosa_Sparkz) July 21, 2015
Where should we meet you? https://t.co/5YjcB0kLET— PBSO (@PBCountySheriff) July 21, 2015
But Sparks, from South Florida, was unruffled by the encounter, replying to the police message that she would "have a blunt waiting for you".
Since then she has enjoyed the moment of fame the internet has given her.
I don't know when the last time my Twitter has been this poppin im so honored you guys!!!— Goddess (@Rosa_Sparkz) July 21, 2015
Yooo people are going back and forth in my mentions. Is this what famous people feel like on social media? meanwhile I'm high laughing— Goddess (@Rosa_Sparkz) July 22, 2015
Her story made the news.
So she did some interviews.
Now accepting interviews— Goddess (@Rosa_Sparkz) July 22, 2015
But while her original tweet won her some admirers...
@Rosa_Sparkz your article and tweets made my night!— Miki (@Mikileaks5) July 22, 2015
She has also had to deal with those who made clear they were less than impressed with her.
@Rosa_Sparkz There is a diff between famous and infamous. What you are is a complete dimwit. Good luck in life, you're going to need it.— Kal El Kent (@steelsavior) July 22, 2015
But that didn't really seem to bother her.
I even have haters now that don't even know me. Omg #thisislove— Goddess (@Rosa_Sparkz) July 22, 2015
And she still got her weed.