Whether you’re new to dating apps or proficient in digital dating, here are some hemp friendly & helpful ways to bud your relationships! Meeting somebody the “old-fashioned way” while crossing the street or posting up on a barstool – like in the movies – sounds ideal, but how often does it actually happen?

Thankfully, dating apps and online services came along to help alleviate that stress and bridge the gap between like-minded wannabe lovers.

He tells me he's actually met up with a couple people from High There, "and had a few interesting cyphers with strangers." I confess I'm writing a piece about the app and Connor offers to let me interview him.

"If you want to come over this weekend, get stoned, watch a few stupid movies I'd be willing to be a 'frequent' user of the app," he writes.

"I was trying to find chicks on it," he says, "but there's just a lot of dudes who want to smoke blunts and play Mario Kart." When I ask Nikhil if he'll delete High There, he shrugs: "I have enough room on my phone." A few days later he hits me up on gchat; he's going on a High There date but he'll only tell me about it anonymously.

I check in a week later and ask if he ended up going.

People are friendlier, seemingly comforted by the knowledge that you won't be judgmental.

After setting up an account I begin non-discriminately swiping right—which, as with Tinder, means you want to chat.

High There isn't the only option for stoners seeking love online, but it is the best.

There are sites like 420 Singles and My 420 Mate, but they're handicapped by abysmal design and amateur coding; one called 420 Cupid never got around to sending me an activation email, even after two sign-up attempts.

When you take dating out of the equation, High There is kind of great for finding new buds.