The History Of  4/20!

The History Of 4/20!

Bro, are you ready to get lit and celebrate 4/20 in style? Look no further than Red Apple Fireworks! We've got an extensive selection of some of the finest ganja-themed fireworks that are guaranteed to add major excitement to your 4/20 celebration.

First picture this: it all started in the early 1970s in California when a group of high school students called "The Waldos" were on a mission to find a hidden treasure. But it wasn't just any treasure, dude. They heard that a Coast Guard service member had abandoned a stash of Ganja products and a map, so they set out to find it.

So every day at 4:20 pm, The Waldos would meet up to search for the “stash”. They used the term as their secret code to #GETLIT, and even though they never found the elusive treasure, the term "4/20" became part of their slang for lighting one up.

Fast forward a few years, and the term has spread like a wildfire, man. By the 1990s, it had become widely used as a reference to getting lit. Even the High Times magazine published an article about the origins of 4/20, which helped to spark the term even further.

Now, back to Red Apple Fireworks! We're known for always providing an unforgettable experience for you and your guests. Our popular ganja-themed products including the Blunts XL Roman Candles, which features a beautiful display of gold and silver crackling and glitter, and the Hybrid XL Aerial Finale Set, which has Indica and Sativa strains, will make your celebration even more lit.

It's also important to note that Red Apple Fireworks takes safety seriously. We provide clear instructions on how to use the products, so please follow them carefully and keep your fireworks away from children and pets. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact our customer service team, dude.

Whether you're hosting a massive party or just chilling with your friends, Red Apple Fireworks has got you covered, bro. So, what are you waiting for? Celebrate 4/20 in style with Red Apple Fireworks and reflect on the history of 4/20 and the progress made towards legalization.

Spark up, grab some Red Apple Fireworks, and have a happy Weed Day, man!

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