That seemingly cool dude you’re meeting for drinks might view your post-work bowl as a nasty habit that should have been left in college — if only you could, ahem, weed out the weed naysayers from the get-go. Just saying.) High There began in Colorado, naturally, and currently only operates in the 23 states where marijuana is currently legalized in some form.
The goal was to make it easier for weed smokers to be upfront about their marijuana usage and habits, without fear of judgement.
The Bureau concluded she was suffering from depression related to the break-up and allowed her to return to work after 10 days.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
Users fill out the usual kind of profile information, as well as info about how often they use marijuana and their preferred methods (i.e.
smoking, vaping, edibles, etc.), and then can flip through their potential matches, much like they would on Tinder, safe in the knowledge that anyone they might choose to go out with is down for a smoke out first.
I wished him well and opted out of the relationship at that point.
My first boyfriend sold cocaine, but that was back in the 70's when it was confined to a circle of friends. Later, he went to the University of Virginia and became a criminal defense lawyer. I don't like cocaine or any chemically-altered substance, because its toxic, but no more toxic than the pharmaceuticals that are dispensed by petrochemical companies. I think they should legalize "drugs" for people over the age of 21.
There’s also the Tinder-like High There smart phone app that launched earlier this year.