MYTH 2: DATING AND SMOKING POT DON’T MIX Singles who have smoked pot aren’t shying away from relationships. They’re more likely to be looking for a commitment (44%) and more likely to have had relationships in the past (144%).They’re also pickier about the type of person they date — they’re less likely to date someone who is unemployed, lives at home with their parents, is a virgin, and is messier than they are. Like, if it’s a really great date, then I don’t feel like anyone should be hung up on hitting the vape. Caitlin: There was one guy who I lived with who was a super stoner. He would get so high he thought I was sending love signals to him. (laughs) It’s like just because your brain is working two seconds slower than mine that’s not my fucking fault. But in the beginning there were inklings of like if we took this more seriously, this could be more serious. This was back when I first moved to California, and I did not. But if you are looking to vape with the one you love, and you’re eager to avoid rejection by non-puffers, then a weed dating app may be the perfect filter for you. And you have to find someone who’s into doing what you do. ” Because if you’ve broken up with your family there’s something going on with you that I don’t need to know about. Would you care if a date wanted to smoke/vape on the first date? But it’s that thing that it depends on how they are as a person. Anyone I have dated long term I knew before we started dating, and we were already aware of each other's pot preferences. It got to the point that, me, as a comedian, I’d tell him a joke that I was doing and he would be so stoned that the laughs for the punchline would come like a second too late. I was like, I’m at the punchline, you laugh at the punchline, you piece of shit. We started seeing each other, well, we had one regular date, and then we just kinda started hooking up. But I think after that moment I was like this is a person I can only see from like two a.m. *** Seems clear: you probably don’t need a weed dating app to meet fellow smokers.Safran says career often influences if someone tolerates a potential mate's marijuana use.Those who aren't in a profession with strong views about drug use — such as law or medicine — may be more open to it."Like drinking," Safran says, "people do seem to state that if someone does use marijuana recreationally, they are OK with it if it is not a daily or every weekend habit."A number of cannabis-friendly dating sites and apps have gone online in recent years, including My420Mate and High There! Attitudes are changing and you may be part of a shrinking group.In fact, 56% of men and 46% of women approve of recreational marijuana use.
Biagioni agrees and says it was an issue in one relationship."She's my ex-girlfriend for a reason," he said.
"Stef Safran, a Chicago-based matchmaker, says she has seen attitudes about marijuana change dramatically as states have legalized the drug for recreational or medicinal purposes.
In November alone, voters in three states — California, Massachusetts and Nevada — passed measures to allow recreational use; three other states — Arkansas, Florida and North Dakota — voted to legalize the drug for medicinal purposes.
Boomers are also more likely to support legalizing marijuana overall (81%).
Though when it comes to dating a pot smoker, millennials are most likely to consider it (32.91%), followed by Gen X (30.7%), and Boomers (28.61%).