Just like running or touring museums can be common interests, the spread of marijuana use allows the drug to become a shared interest too — and not one that’s whispered about or brought up months into a relationship. A Denver company has come up with a dating app that you need in your life. and designed like Tinder: users create profiles and swipe through the photos of potential dates, except this version is clearly aimed at fans of ganja.
But, the most trusted story to date is that a group of California high school students in the 70’s, calling themselves the Waldos, intent on developing their own discreet language made up the 420 code which made p.m.
their official meeting time to smoke cannabis after school.
But the fact that sites like this even exist show the paradoxes that marijuana creates.
Even though many people shudder at the thought of public weed smoking and shun those who would want to, marijuana use is mainstream enough that it’s not social suicide to admit to doing it — to even build a relationship around the fact that it’s a shared interest.
, a mobile dating app that looks a lot like Tinder.
You swipe through profiles in much the same way, but the people on the site are mostly involved in the marijuana industry somehow, or are interested in meeting people in the marijuana community.
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).
Thirty-year-old male seeking fun-loving, adventurous woman. Though general perceptions of marijuana use have become more positive in recent years, there’s still a stigma against regular use in the dating world.