A Facebook post from Kilroy's managing partner Chris Burton is raking in the shares after he posted screenshots of an email from a "stoned" Denver man to the popular Indiana bar and grill.

The subject line is "Gotta get my BSTIX fix." He begins the email saying he is "much too stoned currently to write much, but I've been on your website for 20 minutes staring at your breadsticks."

The man goes on to admit that while staying at the Homewood Suites in Downtown Indianapolis, "we ordered over 50 breadsticks over the course of two days."

The desperate Denver man offered Burton three options to help him get his stuffed pepperoni fix: ship frozen breadsticks to Denver and he will pay extra, partner with a distributor to sell the breadsticks at Kroger, or allow him to open a franchise location in Denver.

"These stoned (expletive) CU Boulder yuppies would flip (expletive) for your dank bread."

The person's name is redacted, but we are assuming male since Burton's response begins with "Brother."

Burton replied telling him that it was the best email the restaurant has ever received. He goes on: "50 of our breadsticks in two days is impressive even if you guys were completely baked the whole weekend."

He then attached some pictures of Kilroy's "Breadsticks of the Month" for the Denver fan "to stare at next time (you're) feeling nostalgic."

Burton signed the email "Senior VP of Dank Bread Production."

Kilroy's Bar and Grill has Indianapolis-area locations Downtown and in Broad Ripple and is well-known for its "famous breadsticks."

Recreational use of marijuana is legal in Denver. Medical and recreational use remains illegal in Indiana.

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