Ever notice that a lot of weed smokers can't help but dress like it? It's sort of like vegans talking about being vegan. Today's roundup is dedicated to that trend.
Everyone's favorite stoner day has officially arrived, and we've got some appropriately dank memes to help you celebrate it. Grab your visine, buy some munchies and get ready to blaze it. Stoner memes should be more main stream, its a shame that they haven't gotten more attention. But memes when you are stoned are truly that much better. Opening up your mind to connections and enhancing the experience, at least if you know what you're doing. Otherwise you're lodged in a couch for the afternoon sans the ability to speak. But while your vegging out on the couch, try to spice up your life a little with these spicy dank memes.
It's only a matter of time before marijuana is legalized all over the United States (we've got 40 states to go) and the practice of smoking or consuming jazz cabbage is rapidly becoming normalized. This is especially apparent on the internet - the proof is in these memes that are directed at the THC fiends - for everything else, there's CBD.
With this Bob Marley Snapchat filter, the future of blackface is now! At least that's what some people are saying after seeing the Bob Marley filter in honor of 4/20, that celebrated holiday where people who peaked in high school skip work to smoke weed. It's making a lot of people upset:
via @getoutthebox, @jackwolfeIII, @IamShaneMorris
But the blackface issue isn't the only problem. Bob Marley isn't really associated with 4/20 in any way. Sure, he's a famous Rastafarian and pot is associated with that religion but people are taking issue with the idea that that's all there is to it.
via @JamzLdn, @loIchase, @zawadi_fierce, @KaylaAGreaves
Idaho has not been too kind to the rash of legal marijuana that has sprung up in three states that surround its borders. The state legislature has preemptively voted against any possible future attempts at legalization and now it has removed a state reference to ganja.
KOMO News is reporting that the state has removed the 420 mile marker, replacing it with 419.9. The hope is to dissuade theft of the 420 sign, vandalism or stops to smoke at the spot.
Adam Rush of the Idaho Transportation Department says officials have replaced the old sign along U.S. Highway 95 with "MILE 419.9," just south of Coeur d'Alene.
Rush added that this is the only 420 sign the department has replaced in Idaho, a state known for its strict anti-marijuana laws despite being nearly surrounded by states with relaxed pot regulations.
Most highways in the country don't cover more than 400 miles. For example, Oregon has been spared the spike in sign thefts due to having no highways long enough to reach past a 400 milepost, even though it recently legalized marijuana./blockquote>
Unfortunately for Idaho, that probably won't affect the usage of marijuana in the state.