Thirty-year-old male seeking fun-loving, adventurous woman. Though general perceptions of marijuana use have become more positive in recent years, there’s still a stigma against regular use in the dating world. It might not be the most conventional dating profile, but it’s certainly going to become more common with dating sites geared directly toward people who are pot’s biggest fans.Today, it's prevalent with pretty much anyone who uses marijuana, although more so in North America.
It depends on where you live, thus why people use this code to share their interest and/or openness to others using marijuana.
I'm not going to get into the ethics or legal aspects of marijuana use, as there are others with infinitely more expertise in the field than I. , Why Marijuana is Illegal, and Marijuana Facts.) What I will say however is this: marijuana use, like smoking, drinking, religion, children, and politics, are all deal-breaking topics for many singles.
In 2005, only 44 percent of Internet users believed that “online dating is a good way to meet people,” according to Pew Research.
In 2013, that same statistic rose to 59 percent, and more than one in five Americans between the ages of 25 and 35 admitted to having used an online dating site or app.
So when he was contacted by Florida businessmen Kenny Frisman and Darren Roberts with the idea of a dating app for cannabis lovers, he saw a way to weed out the haters.
Unveiled just before Valentine’s Day last year, High There!More mainstream dating sites generally don’t match for cannabis compatibility, and revealing that THC is one’s cup of tea can be awkward for some, or even a deal-breaker for those who are met with rejection on the basis of blazing. , an app designed to connect people who indulge with others who accept that choice.He says he once walked out on a date who responded to his reefer revelation with a lecture.But just because people are willing to tolerate marijuana use in their neighborhood doesn’t mean they’re willing to start a budding relationship with someone who smokes a joint in their free time.It’s for that reason that Todd Mitchem co-founded High There!, a mobile dating app that looks a lot like Tinder.