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While getting a little stoned with someone on the first date can be really fun, pot can be a hard subject to broach with a person you just met. If the conversation is flowing, and you have good chemistry with your date, you might feel comfortable enough to share you like smoking a t or two after work. And sometimes, if your date is super against weed, it could be a dealbreaker. By setting up profiles on dating apps and sites, you can use filters built into the program. Match , one of the leading and one of our favorite dating sites has done its own research into weed smoking and the dating world.
Dating sites and apps are starting to accommodate smokers, too: A lot of sites have built-in questions about recreational drug use, including marijuana, during the initial profile set-up questions, or often as a filter. But how to find sites where people also smoke weed in the first place?
Luckily, there are unique dating sites deed specifically for this purpose — think High There! If you're more into the mainstream dating sites we're looking at you Match and Zoosk , then you can use filters built into the apps to find your ideal smoking buddy. Price points exist at almost every budget, too, so you can choose the service that feels the best for you. Here are the best dating sites for cannabis enthusiasts and friendly singles looking for love:. The Top Picks that match offers up to you, i. The cost: match does offer a free version of the service, but unfortunately, you can't do much with it.
The gist: High There! You can get started on the app with just your Facebook profile, and from there, you can find singles as well as friends and professional contacts — as well as chat with others in groups, check out reviews, post photos, and even find local dispensaries. Why it works: High There! Be warned though: People on High There! The cost: High There! The gist: The tried and true dating site has been matching singles online since , and it still remains hugely popular with users thanks to a sleek interface, a great algorithm that relies on fun questions, and a large user base looking for all types of relationships.
The questionnaire asks about your personality, physical appearance, sexual preferences, and education — as well as your relationship with weed. The cost: Okcupid is free to download and use, but there's also the option of the paid Basic or Premium subscriptions, offered in one-, three-, or six-month durations. Basic subscribers will be able to send unlimited likes, filter out dealbreakers, and get rid of . Premium users will get an added list of people who like them, and see other users' responses to new questions.
The gist: Launched in , Singles boasts that it is "a place to meet single people in the cannabis community looking for love. Keep an eye out for fake or dodgy profiles, though — the site is riddled with fake profiles, bots, and inactive members. Navigating the app is much easier than the website, but there are additional channels like "groups" and "forums" to interact with the whole community instead of just a single user at a time.
The cost: Singles is free to download for Android and iOS and also includes in-app purchases. The gist: With DateFriendly. The site is also a resource for finding new jobs and works as a sort of classifieds for the community. If marijuana is a big part of your life, then DateFriendly. Unfortunately, there is no mobile app available. The cost: DateFriendly. You can also pay for five months of access and get seven months for free. The gist: Zoosk started out as a Facebook application remember those? Why it works: Zoosk caters to almost all communities by keeping its user base big and robust.
Zoosk offers an option for "smokes regularly," which, while it could mean cigarettes, can also be a strong indication for consumption — something you can easily clear up in the chat since you already know the other person smokes something. Another thing that makes Zoosk a great app to try your luck on? The app learns your behavior as you interact with it, so it can offer better matches for you. However, while Zoosk makes it easy to start a profile and search for matches, the online dating app is notorious for the amount of fake and inactive users.
Finding your perfect match on Zoosk might be easy, but actually meeting or chatting with them might be a different story. The cost: Zoosk is free to use and download, but you need a premium subscription to search, message, and really do anything more than browse potential matches. The gist: If you don't mind a lot of sketchiness a lot , AdultFriendFinder might work for you. The site looks like an outdated porn pop-up, but in practice, you can find a hookup in a pinch.
Stoners, there's probably someone here for you, too. Just be wary of unsolicited nudes and dick pics you didn't ask for, and maybe the occasional computer virus. Why it works: There are so many options for satisfaction on AdultFriendFinder that you shouldn't have any trouble finding a good time — and people on the site are very much on the same about what it is.
And hey, the compatibility survey they offer isn't too bad which you probably wouldn't expect from the look of things. It's quick and easy to find a hookup — and maybe even some half-baked pillow talk. The cost: AdultFriendFinder offers a free version, but if you want to splurge for their paid subscriptions, you can choose from one-, three-, or month options.
The gist: The name is kind of self-explanatory. You use iHookup if you're looking for a no-strings-attached connection that'll fill the partner-shaped hole in your life. Keep your expectations in check: the most you'll get from it is a long-distance sexting mate which may not be so bad if that's what you want. But it plays well to its strengths ie.
Just make sure to be a little more lenient with your search radius, or you might get stuck with a big fat "zero" on your match count. The cost: iHookup has a free version, but it's pretty bare-bones. The gist: While there are plenty of more "classic" dating apps out there that will work well for those in the cannabis community, Hinge separates itself from the bunch as the only "relationship app" that matches singles. Hinge re-launched in as a very low-pressure dating app that focuses on fun information and photos instead of the swiping model.
In fact, Hinge profiles even resemble an Instagram feed, with fun tidbits about you in between your photos. When you match with someone, Hinge prompts recipients with a "Your Turn" feature deed to keep the conversation going to decrease the possibility of "ghosting" someone — something that happens far too frequently on dating apps. Hinge wants singles to build relationships instead of hook ups or something casual. Why it works: The Hinge app is deed for more interaction and engagement than any other dating app. A predilection for weed led to the percentage of likes to decrease to 35 percent for those 40 or older.
The more you know. The cost: Hinge is free to download and use with limited likes. More features open up for paid subscribers. The gist: It might not have the cultural cachet of apps like Bumble or Tinder, but Plenty of Fish is one of the most popular dating sites among singles, with over ,, members from all around the world. While you can search by location, age, and gender, you can also search by interests like "friendly" and "cannabis. Given how friendly Plenty of Fish is toward weed users and how big their member pool is, it makes for a better experience for some than the marijuana-specific sites and apps, which tend to have a much smaller user pool.
The cost: Plenty of Fish is free to use and download. However, you could upgrade to a premium with more perks like Super Yes-es, tokens, and zero . The gist: EliteSingles is well-suited for a picky professional who is serious about finding a match that looks great on paper. Unlike other apps, the in-depth albeit pricey service verifies each user manually, so chances of fraud are extremely low. It's nice to know that the dating site you're using is safe.
Why it works: The best part about EliteSingles is that it can usually find someone within your picky parameters of whom you want to date. Its five-factor personality test uses high-grade algorithms to find you a compatible mate, and you'll even have access to your own compatibility rating compared to the people you're searching for.
Be ready to take some time to build out your profile, but it's worth it in the end. But, because it's made for the self-proclaimed "elite" crowd, you might also get a lot of non-users in your matches. But hey, you might get lucky. The cost: If you're going to try EliteSingles, don't even bother with the free version. Instead, pick from one of their pricey but worth it membership plans:. More in Cannabis , Sex. Social Good. Credit: match. The Good Large amount of users to meet Laid back and low pressure Filters matches for attitudes toward cannabis The Bad Easy to become overwhelmed by amount of messages and requests Not usually a site for casual relationships The Bottom Line Match is great for cannabis users for whom smoking is part of their personality, not their whole personality.
Credit: Highthere. High There! Most Popular This virtual cannabis community is also a great dating app. Credit: okcupid. The Good Huge user base Advanced matchmaking tech Ability to search for friendly users The Bad Not specifically made for users The Bottom Line If you're serious about finding someone, Okcupid's advanced matchmaking tech paired with search features could work the best. Credit: singles. The Good Free, with in-app purchases The Bad Oddly, it has two totally separate desktop and mobile sites Lots of bot, fake, and dormant profiles The Bottom Line Easy to up, but it's best to choose between the website and the app, because they are completely separate for some reason.
Credit: datefriendly. The Good Offers events, games, even job listings Community vibe The Bad No app Dated interface Not free to use The Bottom Line If you're looking for the whole lifestyle and community, this site could be for you, but there's no app and it's not free. Credit: Photo by Louis Hansel on Unsplash. Zoosk Best Alternative To Traditional Dating Apps Zoosk has a large user base and the ability to save searches, but appears to have a lot of fake or inactive profiles, and is pricey.
The Good You can filter and save searches The Bad Lots of fake and inactive profiles Pricey The Bottom Line Not as easy to find friendly singles, and lots of fakes, but the app learns as you use it. Credit: pexels. The Good Large user base Lots of features Chemistry questionnaire is surprisingly decent The Bad Site is very ugly Site is so ugly that we need to say it again The Bottom Line A spammy-looking website hurts the experience, but AdultFriendFinder is still effective for those just looking to have some fun.
Credit: hinge. Hinge Best For Talkative Stoners If you're looking for a relationship, Hinge's 3-month free trial should tell you what you need to know.Anyone looking for fun now
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