Pot smoking dating service
Like other dating apps, users create profiles and swipe through potential matches nearby.
But High There is optimized to match people based on their preferences for consuming marijuana.
Either way, you will be adding to the selection while searching for a real partner with similar hobbies or interests or weed preferences close to you.
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If a user prefers vaping over smoking, for example, the app is likely to match him with others nearby who also vape.
Another key aspect is specifying your energy level when you're high; that way, low-energy couch potatoes won't be paired with energetic explorers.
“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.
You just wasted your time on a relationship that was doomed from the start. Louis, Missouri-based entrepreneur Jay Lindberg and his Los Angeles-based counterpart Miguel Lozano came up with the website idea as more states legalized marijuana and online dating services gained in popularity, according to the Riverfront Times.
He notes High There can also act as a kind of social network for smokers who are seeking recommendations on local dispensaries, to share tips or just make friends with other like-minded folks.
The app is only available in the 23 states that currently have medical marijuana laws on the books — it uses geofencing to lock out people in other states — which Mitchem said is out of respect for law enforcement.
But, he says, bringing the app to a new state is a simple as "flipping a switch." The company also plans to expand to Canada and other countries as they change their laws.
The free app is available on Android and will be rolling out to Apple's App Store in the coming days.Those looking for a special someone to pass to the left to visit 420