What does 420 blaze it FGT mean?
Filthy Frank getting high from smoking. 420 Blaze It is a usual term used to describe the action of smoking marijuana.
WHO said 420 blaze it?
Family Guy: One episode, in which Brian campaigns for the legalization of pot, is called “420”.
What’s so special about 420?
in the 1970s when a group of teenagers from San Rafael High School in Marian County would ritualistically smoke marijuana at 4:20 each day. The number 420 became their code for marijuana. The five students called themselves the “Waldos,” which referenced the wall they would sit on at their school.
What does blaze mean?
BLAZE means “To Smoke Cannabis.” This slang term denotes the act of smoking the drug cannabis. The name is inspired by the light at the end of a cigarette. The verb to blaze means to burn fiercely or brightly.
What does blaze it up mean?
To suddenly gain strength and burst forth, as of a fire. This phrase can be used to describe a literal blaze or any worsening situation.
What blaze it means?
intransitive verb. 1a : to burn brightly the sun blazed overhead. b : to flare up : flame inflation blazed up. 2 : to be conspicuously brilliant or resplendent fields blazing with flowers. 3 : to shoot rapidly and repeatedly —usually used with away.
What does’420 blaze it’mean?
“420 Blaze it” is a catchphrase used in celebration of smoking marijuana. The phrase is often used ironically to mock cannabis enthusiasts who identify themselves with the stoner subculture.
Where does the phrase 420 anthem come from?
The phrase may have been inspired by the song “Blaze it Up (420 Anthem)” by the rappers K57, Bez Da Boss and Akki Bo. On March 22nd, 2011, YouTuber Anthony Jacob uploaded a music video of the track, featuring several scenes in which marijuana appears to be consumed (shown below). If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.
What is 420 and why is it called 420?
According to the editor of the marijuana enthusiast magazine High Times, the term “420” was coined by a group of students known as the “Waldos” at the San Rafael High School in California in 1971. The term was used to refer to the time of day the group would meet to smoke marijuana.