Weed dating

06 Oct

However, isn’t it a bad idea to base your entire relationship on a single interest?These two don't think so, but let us know what you think in the comments."There’s so many cheesy metaphors that ‘love could bloom or blossom on our farm’.You know, every farmer could benefit from extra help weeding, and this is a great way for people to meet each other that’s a little alternative to a lot of the mainstream dating options." Interested folks sign up in advance, are initially paired up with another person at the event, and they start pulling weeds together in a specific row or section of the field.There's a new dating app from a man from Potomac, Md. I'm not opposed to people doing what they want to do but for me, cigarettes, pot, I don't to smell like smoke," she said.

Mitchem said the app sees about 25,000 to 35,000 matches, or High There connections, a day.It already has over 400,000 users globally, including states that don’t have legalized weed.At the very least, they haven’t run out of weed-based puns."So, it’s a bit like speed-dating in that you’re not spending the whole evening with one other person, you get to meet a bunch of different people and converse with them as well as hang out outside." Maggie shows the participants what the weeds look like that should be pulled.She says there may be a few plants that get yanked out that shouldn’t be, but hey, it’s free labor.