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Unlike other dating and life coaches who shy away from discussing cannabis use, Peckler puts it front and center in her business, Highly Devoted Coaching.“If cannabis is an important part of your life, then the advice that you get, the search for your partner, and your relationship all has to reflect that,” she says in a video on her website. You’ve weeded out the duds and found someone you actually want to spend time with. Consider a Puff Pass & Paint class (think “canvas and cocktails” but with weed) if you're in Denver, Portland, or Washington, D. If you’re in San Francisco, opt for a Ganja Yoga class, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like — you can enhance your practice with your choice of "sun grown organic flower, C02 vape pens or paleo edibles."You can’t stop thinking about them — and now it’s time to send chocolates.Splurge for the package that includes chilled champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, a dozen roses, and a one-hour cannabis-infused couples’ massage.Apparently the couple that gets stoned together stays together, because you’ve decided to get married — and you want your big day to reflect your passion for pot. Or if you hate it, or have like, feelings about it. I think pot smoking would be considered probably a weakness. If someone was all the way sober, I would be like I don’t know if this is gonna work. Like in America, being sober is like “I go to meetings.” Or like, “I don’t go out.” So I guess, not smoking is a factor. Would you ever trust a weed dating app to meet a person you’d want to spend time with? I don't really consider smoking pot to be a lifestyle, it's just something that I happen to do. Because of my unique situation, when I mention that I’ve had cancer, people are like, “Oh, do you have a weed prescription? I feel like it’s second nature among my generation to casually be like, “Yeah, so you smoke? Now it’s just like something you do as opposed to like “I love weed” is your identity. ” And you’re like, “No, weed.” And they’re like, “Yeah, sometimes.” Or they’re like, “Yeah, I smoke everyday for my anxiety.” And, I think it’s a lot different in California. (laughs) But after getting to know them better I realized that’s what made them able to be in public. So, I feel like there’s a level of comfortability I have to have. I don't know that I want to date someone who thinks that being a pot smoker is the most important aspect of their identity or is the fact most indicative of their personality. But my experience was with someone kind of annoying and gross. Most of the people I have dated long term knew I smoked before we started dating. I feel like on your first date you’re like, “Oh, do you smoke? I do feel like there are people who have stoner personalities but I think that’s fading out a little bit more. And I was like, uh, I really don’t want this arrest to go down like this. I value a lot of aspects of my personality more, and I identify as a lot of things before I identify as a pot smoker. If they treat it like I treat alcohol then I’m not too turned off by it. As long as the smoker is a respectful smoker, like if you’re with someone who needs to smoke in my car, I know from experience that it’s annoying and gross.
Alan: When you first asked me about this I started thinking about where I heard about weed-specific dating apps and it was on The Wendy Williams show, which I watch. (laughs) When she talked about them, she said, “You have to join a lot of communities to find that special someone. I have never felt the need to talk about smoking with a new/potential partner. ” (laughs) That’s like people’s first association with cancer: weed. ” And everyone knows that question is not about cigarettes. But like the questions I ask on a first date are like, “Do you still talk to your mother? I feel like now that’s just a first date conversation. Like, way way different than in states where it’s illegal. I really don't like cigarettes and I would not want to kiss a date after they've smoked/vaped tobacco. Which is probably not going to be there on the first date. (laughs) Ever had a really bad time trying to dating a stoner? Most of the people I have casually dated were not smokers. Alan: There was this one guy I dated, for a bit, like a month or so, and he was such a stoner. ” And I was like, “Because I can’t feel my mouth.” There was so much trace cocaine in his mouth that I inadvertently did coke for the first time. (laughs) We still hooked up for many times after that.
Crissy: I would care more about people who were all the way sober.
(laughs) Does it matter to you that a potential partner smokes/doesn’t smoke?
There’s not different kinds of people using different apps. It’d be like me and my friends being like, “Oh, look at these stoners.” And then later me going home and be like, “Whoa, some of these stoners are hot.” How do you talk about pot with a new partner? Perhaps because I haven't seriously dated anyone from a dating app it hasn't ever come up. Crissy: Yeah, not a lot of people on Tinder are like “420-friendly.” (laughs) Because that would shout you out as a serious stoner. At first it was weird to me, because like, she’s fucking openly vaping anywhere, like, while driving through Texas. Whether a potential partner smokes or not is not a dealbreaker for me. If they smoke, like, all the time that would probably be a problem.
What all of the dating apps have in common, regardless if they’re about weed or not, they’re all about the person on the other end. Crissy: I think I wouldn’t ever choose it over all the others. But I do think I would try it under the guise, “Oh, I’m trying this ironically.” Because I did do that at first with Tinder and Bumble. I feel like that’s what I would end up doing if I downloaded one of those weed dating apps. I had a friend who used to vape while driving and vape at restaurants. Like before a date we’re all so concerned about like how we look, and how we come off, at least, I am. So, if anything, I’m not doing the things I would consider a fault, or a weakness, or a habitual thing. But I don't care whether they smoke themselves as long as they don't care that I do.