Safran says career often influences if someone tolerates a potential mate's marijuana use.Those who aren't in a profession with strong views about drug use — such as law or medicine — may be more open to it."Like drinking," Safran says, "people do seem to state that if someone does use marijuana recreationally, they are OK with it if it is not a daily or every weekend habit."A number of cannabis-friendly dating sites and apps have gone online in recent years, including My420Mate and High There!
She says she and her husband initially bonded over their shared affinity for marijuana."The first time we met, we smoked weed together. "We would spend hours just chatting over a bowl of weed getting to know each other, and this was before we even kissed.
What has High There's journey been like since it launched? initially launched [in February 2015] with a great chat technology that allowed people to meet and connect, which is how we became coined "the Tinder for Tokers." And we saw some incredible initial momentum at launch. Our network and community continues to grow every day and we are psyched to see so many people meet and form relationships on the app.
But things really took off when we launched our JOINTS newsfeed which we added to our navigation menu in March. We have some really great features and updates coming out over the next few months and we are exciting to bring those updates to our community and beyond.
People could share all aspects of their lives on High There! We have people from California New York, Florida, to New Zealand, Germany, Netherland and the like all using the app daily and connecting with each other. and are getting married, as well as people and groups who have met and made real meaningful friendships on the app.
with photos, and video, and learn about each other through JOINTS.