Of course, carpooling and bicycling are always encouraged!
As some of you know, we got some insane press for this event two years ago–we were featured in the NY Times, the Huffington Post, the Tonight Show, Morning Edition on NPR, and a bunch of other outlets…who would have thought this little thing in podunk Boise, Idaho would turn into such a big deal, especially when we weren’t even the ones to think it up!?
Made by our friends Bob Vestal at Star Garnet Media and Brandon Follett at Earthworm Envy!
A: Show up by pm, ready to weed with an open mind. There’s no upper age limit, and if enough folks show up, we can split off into groups who’d roughly like to meet folks in certain age groups (I.e.
A majority of people who share the 420 lifestyle are aware that several US states allow individuals with certain health problems to buy or to grow a limited amount of marijuana for their own personal use.
But why do so many people in America get high on April 20th and what does 420 friendly mean?
We were even a question on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire!!!
Anyway, with all this press, it’s bound to be jam packed with hotties out here on the farm…so join us!!!! If you want to see more of the previous press, here’s some links: The Radio Story, a version of the print story, and a hilarious op ed about how Weed Dating is probably the “biggest conceptual letdown you’ve ever heard of.” CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FROM 2011!
Farmers, like participants, are drawn to the somewhat silly nature of the event. As for the event itself, there’s very little required besides a turnout and some weeds to pull.
POTOMAC, MD (WUSA9) - Seems there's a dating app for lots of different groups of people these days. "No, not at all, it's a turn on," said Gino Biagioni.
You may have heard of the dating apps Christian Mingle, Tinder, J-Date, but have you heard of Sizzl, for bacon lovers, Tindog, for dog owners, and Farmers March, for farmers and people who love them? "We're close to a half a million people on the app now...around the world," said co-founder Darren Roberts. Melissa Washington said it was a definite deal breaker."For me, it would be.
Even if its true origin will never be revealed, 420 has already been a big part of the marijuana culture and its use has spread among entire generations.
April 20th has become a counter-culture holiday where friends in US cities gather in groups to celebrate 420-friendly events, parties and festivals.