Maybe in the minority here - doubt it though - but...
There is (for want of a better word) a distinctive Dirt Bag culture alive and well in our Sierra. Much like the Indian tradition of sharing a pipe upon meeting - very similar to what's prevalent on many wilderness trails today, happening on a daily basis. Seemingly, everybody of this ilk smokes weed readily...and shares freely. BTW, nobody I have ever met in the wilderness has ever offered me any Anger Dust or anything else bogus.
It's fairly easy to differentiate among the good, the bad, and the ugly denizens in the Sierra backcountry. Those of us familiar with backpacking the Sierra instantly know the difference between family units, city straights, newbies, dufus douche-bags, and Dirt Bags, (who always seem to find me). The good DBs have a legit backpack - facial hair, trail dirty, well-used gear, easy-going demeanor - often found hiking solo...hippies?
On meeting somewhere lakeside, (usually after finished hiking) - "Hey"...fist bump and instantaneous twinkle of recognition..."Smoke a Bong load?" "Hell yes!"...and that's how it goes - simple. You pull out your stash, everyone checks it out some, and you fire it up and pass it around. It is more a social scene, a way of connecting, and this scenario has all-to-often been repeated among my DB peers. Agree with above, OPs and AKs (other peoples and any kind) are always best when shared. Nobody ever infringes on/forces others to join in either. HYOH.
To conclude - Only the backwoods losers get loaded to the point of stupidity on pot - Most of these get (or are already) drunk too...pretty easy to spot and avoid as they are usually loud, reckless, and never have anything to offer or share.
There are some very strong strains of weed today though. Best to practice or just say no if worried. BTW, at roadside trail heads, this is where the crazies often live...things here can be different...Be aware.
Maybe if that toxic girl took up this way of greeting others instead of whining.
Mountainman who swims with trout