420 dating links

23-Feb-2020 21:43

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.

April 20th has become a counter-culture holiday where friends in US cities gather in groups to celebrate 420-friendly events, parties and festivals.

There are 21 million Google hits for “cannabis and dating,” cannabis-friendly dating services are offered by coaches like Molly Peckler, and if you’re technologically inclined — there’s an app for that. In the age of cell phones, it makes sense that singles would want a streamlined way to find prospective partners with similar interests.

If you’re a cannabis consumer and you’ve ever dated someone who wasn’t, you’re familiar with the occasional frustration of navigating that interaction.

A recent website search on Google for “420” brought up hundreds of millions of websites which are 420 related.

There are plenty of myths and rumors on the origin of 420, such as: 420 is a California police dispatch code for smoking pot (which is untrue).

Now, the marijuana industry has made it easy for you by putting all the single marijuana enthusiasts in one place.

To see whether they live up to the hype, I tried out three cannabis dating apps: High There, 420 Singles, and 420 Friends. There’s a section called “Joints” where you can see and interact with posts from other users, follow trending hashtags, and post your own updates and pictures.

One might argue that even mainstream dating apps run into the same problem, but I am one of those stubborn people who won’t swipe right on a blank profile no matter how sexy the pictures.

I love that High There offers the option of filtering distance, gender, and preferences. The discovery preferences are limited to three options: age, distance, and gender.

Traditional dating apps factor in preferences, likes, dislikes, age, past, favorites and myriad other qualities to help match daters. Just signing up gets the awkward weed “confession” out of the way.

That’s all fine and good for those who don’t have an existing relationship with marijuana, but for the rest of us, we all understand that finding a fellow 420 lover is key. If they’re registered on one of these apps, you already know they’re “one of us.” These dank dating apps could be the first chapter of a story that leads to a weed wedding!

To see whether they live up to the hype, I tried out three cannabis dating apps: High There, 420 Singles, and 420 Friends. There’s a section called “Joints” where you can see and interact with posts from other users, follow trending hashtags, and post your own updates and pictures.One might argue that even mainstream dating apps run into the same problem, but I am one of those stubborn people who won’t swipe right on a blank profile no matter how sexy the pictures.I love that High There offers the option of filtering distance, gender, and preferences. The discovery preferences are limited to three options: age, distance, and gender.Traditional dating apps factor in preferences, likes, dislikes, age, past, favorites and myriad other qualities to help match daters. Just signing up gets the awkward weed “confession” out of the way.That’s all fine and good for those who don’t have an existing relationship with marijuana, but for the rest of us, we all understand that finding a fellow 420 lover is key. If they’re registered on one of these apps, you already know they’re “one of us.” These dank dating apps could be the first chapter of a story that leads to a weed wedding! Find your best bud and fly high on cloud 9 together - are you getting the munchies yet?