Happy 4/20, Everyone!

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    (It's 4/20 in Toronto!)
  2. It's still 4/19 in California.

  3. it's never too early to celebrate! hehe. JUST KIDDING! :upsidedown:
  4. What's on 4/20?
  5. DISCLAIMER: The Purse Forum and its moderators do not condone drug use . . . . or do they?
  6. It can't be 4/20 SOON ENUF around heah, sista :p
  7. No, we don't.

  8. No, they don't.


  9. Is 4/20 the day they are legalizing weed??
  10. No, they're not.

    The significance of 420 has been kept underground and is mostly known only among marijuana smokers. Many non-smokers aren't aware of the symbolism when they see someone wearing a T-shirt or baseball cap that says 420 across the front.

    When the 420 icon is somehow discreetly worked into a mainstream product like a film, marijuana users take notice. The film Pulp Fiction is rumored to have had all clocks throughout the movie set to 4:20. Marijuana smokers familiar with the symbol picked up on it—most people, however, did not.

    While some marijuana smokers are using 420 as a code that enables them to openly speak about marijuana in front of parents or teachers. 420 has been to some, a sacred symbol for nearly 30 years. [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][/FONT][/FONT]
    [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Simply put, 420 is a symbol of cannabis and its culture. Today, April 20th events are international, and 4:20 pm has become sort of a world wide "burn time". [/FONT][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][/FONT][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]
  11. Hee hee Chag

    No, 4/20 is the police code for "stoner on the loose, duuude"

  12. Oh definitely no! I don't know how 4/20 came about but for all my friends, 4/20 is a day of smoking out more than usual. :p
  13. Good catch

  14. Thanks for the info. I had no idea. Probably too old:sweatdrop: :sad: :crybaby: .
  15. :yucky: