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Today, cannabis users across the globe will be lighting up to celebrate The annual event is observed as a means of celebrating marijuana use, while also campaigning for it to become legalised in parts of the world where it is prohibited. While is widely used in common vernacular in reference to the date of the event, it also relates to the origin of the observance, the history of which can be traced back to the early s in California.
Inthe five San Rafael High School students devised a secret code which they used to indicate to each other that they would meet later in the day to smoke cannabis. After saying "" to each other in passing in their school hallways, they would then meet at 4. He would know if I was saying, 'Hey, do you wanna go smoke some?
Our parents didn't know what we were talking about. Nicknamed the "Waldos", because they smoked cannabis against a wall, their chosen smoking spot was by a statue of 19th-century scientist Louis Pasteur at their school. In addition to the widespread smoking of cannabis which occurs on 20 April, several events also take place to mark the occasion.
This year will be very different for as many countries around the world remain under lockdown during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
This means that large-scale events that often take place on 20 April, where people meet to smoke, are cancelled. In thousands of cannabis users met in Hyde Park, London, in celebration of and to protest the existing laws prohibiting use and possession of cannabis in the UK. In the US, where originated, organised rallies normally take place in states including Colorado, California, Michigan, and Florida.
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