Pot smoker dating
Marijuana is no longer as taboo as it was even a decade ago, but personal smoking/vaping habits still aren’t usually brought up in casual conversation with acquaintances.Finding a friend to smoke with can be tricky, but dating is even harder. , a new “social connectivity app” for cannabis lovers, has firsthand experience of what happens on a date when you admit a love for cannabis. Selfishly I hope this helps others like me,” writes Mitchem in an email. is similar to Tinder and other dating apps in its functionality: fill out a profile (Are you interested in vaporizing? ) and High There will match you to similar people nearby.According to Match.com, the top five pot spots are: San Francisco, San Antonio, Nashville, Denver, and Seattle.Dear Stanton, I am at the end of a two-and-a-half year relationship that is ending because of the marijuana habits of my boyfriend. But it has simply never been a part of the relationship that the two of us have been cultivating; that is, the drug does not play a role in our day-to-day lives at all.“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.Just the other day I connected with a dude and talked back and forth for a while about life, weed, and built a friendship,” writes Mitchem. only operates in states where cannabis is either fully legal or legal for medicinal use.The majority of the stoners surveyed said they see relationships as an investment in their happiness.
Consider the type of person you want to marry before getting involved with a stoner. The stoner lifestyle may not seem to interfere with your relationship until it begins to put a strain on your finances. Despite the claims of many who say marijuana is not addictive, marijuana dependency exists.I, on the other hand, have a philosophical problem with drugs in general — I don’t believe in that sort of escapist mentality.I feel very uncomfortable in situations where joints are being passed around and everyone is high.He describes it as something “ceremonial” and something that connects him to his friends and brothers.From a ethical or moral standpoint, he sees nothing wrong with the drug because to him it is just like coming home from work and drinking a beer — it relaxes you and is enjoyable.