Dating is hard for everyone across lifestyles; that’s why there are myriad services to help singles find romantic prospects with similar interests.
We’ve seen dating sites for Jewish people, farmers, kinky folks, and even white people.
With 1 in 8 American adults If you’re searching for a safe space to propose Netflix & trill, you might find it in “High There! Complex spoke to co-founder and CEO Darren Roberts about his inspiration for creating the app, stoners finding love, and the future of High There!
What has High There's journey been like since it launched? initially launched [in February 2015] with a great chat technology that allowed people to meet and connect, which is how we became coined "the Tinder for Tokers." And we saw some incredible initial momentum at launch. Our network and community continues to grow every day and we are psyched to see so many people meet and form relationships on the app.
In our 21st century world, people will try anything to find a date: OKCupid, Facebook flirting, blind dates, and even occasional real-life interactions at bars.
This Weed Dating took place at Suzie’s Organic Farm in San Diego and was conceived with the intent of bringing together like minded singles in a farm environment surrounded by some of the best organic produce in San Diego County.Annel & Drew’s Kitchen makes weekly trips to Suzie’s Farm to pick their own produce that makes up their incredible, farm to fork culinary creations.Weed dating provided the motivation to make the trip down to the Imperial Valley where the farm is located.Lines of men and women face each other across a row of vegetables in need of some TLC. After a set amount of time, either the men or women move down to the next partner.“Having a lot of people for a short period of time makes a tremendous difference,” says Aviva Asher of Philadelphia’s Mill Creek Farm.In addition to providing some volunteer farmhands, the events have been used as fundraisers, neighborhood mixers and outreach for the host farm.Farmers, like participants, are drawn to the somewhat silly nature of the event. As for the event itself, there’s very little required besides a turnout and some weeds to pull.The event was held on a Sunday afternoon and the group of singles gathered at the farm entrance were greeted by Lucila De Alejandro who owns and operates the farm with her husband Robin.Lucila and Robin were theatre majors at SDSU and that shows in her warm and entertaining hospitality and ability to engage an audience.(MORE: Rural Romance: Online Dating, Just for Farmers) Earthly Delights Farm is one of a few farms that tries to help local single gardeners plant the seeds of love.The ladies each get their own plot to garden, and the men take turns weeding with them.