Date: 2018-03-08 18:34
The app is similar in functionality to other dating apps where one creates a profile and the app matches potheads with other nearby connoisseurs of cannabis sharing similar interests in an attempt to connect like-minded stoners with one another.
If you've ever asked somebody whether or not they smoke weed, you know that it can be an off-putting question. With High There, you already know every user consumes or at the very least has an interest in marijuana.
The High There! app only operates in states within the . where cannabis is either completely legal or at least legal for medicinal use.
The username I selected for 975 Singles was “hotpotgoddess,” and they gave me “hotpotgoddes97,” which, wow, did you guys know there are 96 other hot pot goddesses out there? 975Singles is available both on your desktop and as a phone app. I ran into some bugs while trying to navigate their site, such as the issue with the contact form loading. I also had difficulty signing in on the mobile version after spending time with the desktop version. Am I bad at navigating technology or were the 975 Singles people super baked when they coded this bad boy? Let’s go with both.
In other marijuana news on Inquisitr , Letroy Guion of the Green Bay Packers was busted in Florida with 857 grams of pot, spread between two bags, over $695,555 in cash and a firearm.
The app is available for download on the Google Play store, where it had a rating of stars with 6 star ratings from users such as Cass S who said that the app needed to be 8775 nationwide! 8776 and that it 8775 won 8767 t catch on, good job guys. 8776
Creator Todd Mitchem said he made the app after matches on competition dating sites were put off by the fact that he loved the wacky tobacky.
The app idea first came about when Roberts and his cofounder realized there was a demand for cannabis consumers to connect.
And might there not be a temptation for the forces of law and order to infiltrate sites like this just, you know, to make up their arrest quotas?