As a result, the online dating industry is the latest to receive its own specialized niche for marijuana aficionados.More than half the population in the United States said they favor legalizing marijuana, according to data from Gallup and the Pew Research Center as of April 2015.It’s a dramatic shift from 2006, when just 32% of people supported legalization.As public perception has improved, the number of states that allow people to purchase marijuana for medical and recreational purposes has grown.The site name corresponds to a numerical code widely recognized within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana.“She lives near me but we wouldn’t know about our shared medical marijuana use if we hadn’t connected on the site because no one discusses pot smoking in my circles,” he said.But just because people are willing to tolerate marijuana use in their neighborhood doesn’t mean they’re willing to start a budding relationship with someone who smokes a joint in their free time.
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.He also showed me responses from women he tried to connect with, and other data from several of the most popular dating sites and apps, such as e-harmony, Tinder, match.com, datehookup.com, chemistry.com, Speed Date, and Plenty Of Fish.“As soon as I tell a woman I’m a stoner, that’s pretty much the end of the conversation,” he said.“I’m a legal weed grower but still I take a risk to be candid, because marijuana is so important to me. 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."I hated dating on other sites and apps because as soon as the idea of my cannabis consumption came up—date over. These preferences will be taken into consideration to find an ideal fit. is only available in states that have fully legalized cannabis or have medicinal marijuana laws.I actually walked out of a date (after paying of course) and said to myself, that's it," CEO Todd Mitchem told the The app takes the Tinder model one step further by actually optimizing possible matches according to consumption preferences.