POTOMAC, MD (WUSA9) – Seems there’s a dating app for lots of opposite groups of people these days.
You might have listened of a dating apps Christian Mingle, Tinder, J-Date, yet have we listened of Sizzl, for bacon lovers, Tindog, for dog owners, and Farmers March, for farmers and people who adore them?
There’s a new dating app from a male from Potomac, Md. for people who like a small bit of reefer with their romance. It’s called High There.
“We’re tighten to a half a million people on a app now…around a world,” pronounced co-founder Darren Roberts.
Call it Match for people who like Mary Jane. A dating app for a doobie friendly. The app aims to bond a cannabis community.
We asked people in Dupont Circle if smoking pot was a dating understanding breaker.
“No, not during all, it’s a spin on,” pronounced Gino Biagioni.
Melissa Washington pronounced it was a clear understanding breaker.
“For me, it would be. I’m not opposite to people doing what they wish to do yet for me, cigarettes, pot, we don’t to smell like smoke,” she said.
Match.com has a dating consult from 2015 that says 70% of all singles contend pot smoking is a spin off. On Facebook and Twitter, people were opposite dating a pot-smoker, 2 to 1, even yet weed is now authorised in some-more and some-more places.
That same consult says group are somewhat some-more open to pot-smokers than women. Biagioni agrees and says it was an emanate in one relationship.
“She’s my ex-girlfriend for a reason,” he said.
Roberts says probity is important.
“I consider right off a bat, one of a thing’s that’s critical when we accommodate people is only to have something in common,” he said.
Chloe Labbate and Dakota Shyface of Las Vegas met on a app and they’re removing married in October, 2017.
Labatte says a app done it easy.
“Maybe one day we would have met serve down a line, we mean, we was regulating a lot of other dating apps yet we never unequivocally had any fitness with them. We substantially would have met by pot after on down a line,” she said.
You might consternation how High Times creates money. Right now, Roberts says they are building a community. In a future, they contend they’ll concede promotion yet it will be super targeted to what their users want.
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