Dating for cannabis smokers
Yep, somewhere between Instagram and Seamless, you can now also keep a list of dispensaries in your area and endless information about specific cannabis strains, right on your phone.
Of course, this is thanks in large part to recent medical and recreational marijuana legislation.
With weed becoming legal in more and more US states, it's no surprise that people are looking to cash in on the blazing boom, from scientists working on a breathalyser test for weed to Bob Marley's family launching the first global marijuana brand. If you've ever had to quickly exit a promising relationship with a non-stoner, you'll get why this is necessary.
, a smartphone app that's basically Tinder for stoners.
It's always awkward when you meet someone and for the first few dates you're all "huh, what's weed? Selfishly I hope this helps others like me." High There!
", only for it to go pear-shaped when you reveal your true toking colours and confess you can't go and visit their parents because you need to "catch up on some bongs". Speaking to Fast Co Exist, Mitchem said: "I hated dating on other sites and apps because as soon as the idea of my cannabis consumption came up — date over. works the same way as any other dating app – just set up a profile that says how you like smoking weed, what you like to do when you smoke weed and pretty soon you should find someone who likes the same weed stuff you do.
April 20th has become a counter-culture holiday where friends in US cities gather in groups to celebrate 420-friendly events, parties and festivals.
This month, we’re celebrating High January by leaving our stoner stereotypes behind.
their official meeting time to smoke cannabis after school.
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.
So cut out all that bullshit and just find someone who likes caning it too. I actually walked out of a date (after paying of course) and said to myself, that's it. However, Mitchem claims that it isn't just for dating.
"That cancer patient who needs friends and support, the guy who lands in Denver and does not know where people go to buy great products legally, they can also connect," he explained. is only available to our readers in the US, given that smoking weed is still kind of against the law here.
There are apps out there that can make your cannabis experience safer, more effective, and more enjoyable.