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There's a new dating app from a man from Potomac, Md. I'm not opposed to people doing what they want to do but for me, cigarettes, pot, I don't to smell like smoke," she said.
for people who like a little bit of reefer with their romance. has a dating survey from 2015 that says 70% of all singles say pot smoking is a turn off.
POTOMAC, MD (WUSA9) - Seems there's a dating app for lots of different groups of people these days. "No, not at all, it's a turn on," said Gino Biagioni.
You may have heard of the dating apps Christian Mingle, Tinder, J-Date, but have you heard of Sizzl, for bacon lovers, Tindog, for dog owners, and Farmers March, for farmers and people who love them? "We're close to a half a million people on the app now...around the world," said co-founder Darren Roberts. Melissa Washington said it was a definite deal breaker."For me, it would be.
“It’s not part of our mission to create love matches on the farm,” Richardson says.
Another issue reported by a number of hosts was a gender imbalance.
Farmers, like participants, are drawn to the somewhat silly nature of the event. As for the event itself, there’s very little required besides a turnout and some weeds to pull.
On Facebook and Twitter, people were against dating a pot-smoker, 2 to 1, even though weed is now legal in more and more places.
But you have to be careful about how you employ their labor, she says.
She wouldn’t have volunteers working in a bed of young carrots that are both fragile and easy to mistake for weeds, for instance.
Molly Rockamann from Earth Dance Farm emphasized that the primary purpose of hosting a weed dating event was to bring people –and some publicity — to the farm.
Hopefully, it would carry over to sales and attendance at other events in the future.