420 is a day for good marijuana to be smoke or injected.
The infamous "weed day" is known all across the nation as April 20 becoming the national holiday for marijuana.
How did 420 become the code for marijuana? We will explain the myths about how 420 came about.
California penal code
Some people claim 420 came from California criminal code that were used to punish the use of marijuana. The 420 code in California actually means obstructing entry on public land.
Bob Dylan's song "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35"
Reference to Bob Dylan's classic "Rainy Day Women #12 &35", which states in the lyrics "Everybody must be stoned". Multiply 12 by 35 and it equals 35 (interesting!).
This myth is true and could possibly started 420. It all started in fall of 1971, when a group of high school friends at San Rafael High School in Marin County, California called themselves "The Waldos" would meet at 4:20p.m. to get high.
The term spread from rock legends "Grateful Dead" who used the term after members of The Waldos reference the phrase to the band. Ever since then 420 has become a national weed holiday.
4/20 has came a long way from stoners smoking at 4:20p.m. to the entire nation celebrating the cause!
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