We thought we'd seen it all. We were wrong.

Over the last few years, there's been no limit to the ingenious ways people have been using weed.

Weed lube. Weed pizza. Weed clothing. Weed this, weed that.

We thought we'd seen it all.

We were wrong.

Now, thanks to nail artist Arielle Mosses, weed is being used in a revolutionary, never-before-seen way — one that's sure to impact life as we know it forever: turning your stubby little sausage fingers into decorative 420 talons capable of digging to the center of the earth.

Yes, people with nails: weed manicures are here.

For Arielle's signature weed manicure, which she administered to Elite Daily writer Danielle Guercio, she took little flecks of weed and meticulously attached them to her nails after the base coat, but before the polish and top coat. This sealed in the material in the gel, enough to keep it in place for a few weeks and allow you to pass by other humans un-smelled.

The nail ornaments on Danielle's middle fingers are the AlleyCat 420 Nail Jewel, and the rest are assorted jewels from AlleyCat's Ninja Collection and Regal Crown. Danielle said they're still goin' strong after a week of wear.

Using a Bio Seaweed Gel System, Arielle hand-painted a dark green stripe on the hard gel overlay. The extra bright green tip the embarrassingly named color, I’m Sooo Swamped, from OPI’s New Orleans Collection.

And yeah. That's it. That's all it takes to transform your once drab digits into free-wheeling spears of 420 madness.

Best part? If your stash is running low, you're covered: you've got your emergency stash literally at your fingertips. Just break them out of the gel cage of emotion they're encased in and you're good to go.

Definitely recommended for meeting the parents, corporate America job interviews, eating Cheetos and the subtle occasion of yelling at your parents that you're old enough to own your own cell phone.