The graphic T-shirt that Rihanna wore on April 20, otherwise known as 4/20 otherwise known as "Weed Day," is the Dude Weed LMAO of graphic T-shirts. It is a photo of weed and giant "4/20" text. It is awesome.

At a certain age, weed jokes are no longer cute. There's probably still some ironic appeal in, say, the overabundance of Rick & Morty stoner paraphenalia — like death and taxes, smoke shops packed with Pickle Rick pipes are inevitable — but it's also like, okay. We're not in high school anymore. People smoke weed. Life goes on.

And yet, Rihanna's T-shirt is so dumbly blunt (ha ha ha) that it in turn becomes sublimely satisfying.

There's nothing clever here, just a picture of a weed nug and text. That's why it's good.

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You can't do elevated stoner style. It's either 4/20 T-shirt and weed socks or nothing.

Rihanna knows this, and yet... she's Rihanna. It works because of course it does. If there ever was pantheon of hall of fame stoner outfits, this'd be in the running to join the respective uniforms worn by The Dude and Shaggy from Scooby Doo.

Let's see, signature faux fur animal-print coat, heels, and a little no-brainer designer.

Yep, it's a Rihanna outfit. But with perhaps the ultimate weed shirt, blending in so seamlessly that it could basically be any oversized graphic tee. Except it's presumably a bespoke weed tee.

You have to realize, Rihanna takes this holiday fairly seriously. She is perhaps the most stylish 4/20 proponent and easily the holiday's patron saint of style, if ever someone deserved to be (sorry Seth, but no contest).

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If you're going to attempt to dress for the holiday and you're about the age of 16, this is about as good as it gets.

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