Like an alcoholic, you’re made to feel incomplete by society’s standards. It only took 10 minutes on Google to answer that question. Take it from us, it might just be better to stay single. 420Rumor has it Cheech and Chong met on this marijuana-friendly dating website and it seemed to work out well for them.For people with foot fetishes to fanatic farmers to “furry” friends, there does appear to be a dating site for every imaginable quirk. It’s free, easy and green, just as any single stoner would have it.
Eventually friends start setting you up with, say, their socially awkward cousin from Cleveland or whomever else they can scrape from the bottom of the undesirable barrel. Having met his fiancée on more than five years ago, my father suggested that I join a dating website. I expressed that I didn’t think Internet dating would work for me, but he insisted there was a dating website for everyone. With so many truly eccentric people in the world, could there really be a dating website for everyone?
This is a dating site for buds seeking buds of all sorts. This site peddles plenty of products and offers DIY instructions on such topics as how to grow weed in your own home.
It’s Martha Stewart meets Snoop Dogg in a dating website. Warning: It won’t be hard for your partner to figure out what’s going on when he/she checks your Internet history.
Of the 1,210 people who responded, 61 percent were women — and dogs and cats were by far the most common pets listed.(Still no word from science on the impact of exotic pets on one's dating life — though I do know a guy who made his future wife choose between him and her parrot after the bird repeatedly tried to bite his face.)The study's researchers theorized that "women will place more value on how a potential mate interacts with their pet than will single men" — and the results proved them right: The ladies were more than twice as likely as the gents to say that they were attracted to someone because he had a pet, and also about twice as likely to judge their date based on how they reacted to a furry companion. Getting into a relationship takes more than just creating an online profile. Hinge, a dating app powered largely by users' Facebook connections,...
Guys were more than twice as likely to admit that they've used a pet to lure a potential date, the study said — and dogs were used far more than cats as this sort of "social tool." If you made a New Year's resolution to log on to a dating site or app and find a significant other, how's that going for you?