420 is a term that has become synonymous with cannabis culture and the consumption of marijuana. The origins of the term are somewhat unclear, but according to information found on google, one popular theory suggests that it originated in California in the 1970s. It wasn't until a group of high school students who called themselves "the Waldos" began using the term that it really caught on. The Waldos, five high school students in Marin County, California used the term "4:20" in connection with a plan to search for an abandoned cannabis crop, based on a map made by the grower.
Over time, the term 420 began to spread through their followers, and eventually became a popular symbol of cannabis culture. Today, 420 is celebrated by many people as a day to gather with friends, smoke marijuana, and enjoy the culture associated with cannabis. Many events and festivals are held on April 20th each year, and the day is often marked by increased sales of marijuana and related products.
But while the use of marijuana has become more widely accepted in recent years, it's important to remember that it is still illegal in many parts of the world. Even in places where it has been legalized for medical or recreational purposes, it's important to use it responsibly and in moderation. It's also important to follow local laws and regulations regarding the use of marijuana, and to respect the rights and opinions of those like me, who may not share your views on its use.
In the end, whether or not you choose to partake in the 420 celebrations, it's always important to be informed and educated about issues related to cannabis culture and the consumption of marijuana. By doing so, you can make responsible and informed decisions that are right for you.
PHOTOS TAKEN IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO, 2020