Most people I know, even if they don’t partake, aren’t horribly put off by those who do. Looking through these stoner matchmaking sites, I asked myself: Would I want to date someone who considers smoking pot a primary identifier?People didn't believe it; they thought it was a fucking stupid idea. And I know it's happening to a lot of other people too. To think that people could meet and, like, have a baby because of something I made?
And while correspondent Jessica Williams tries to incite an argument between the two over dinner, the couple gets along reasonably well.
In the segment “Inter-Political Dating,” a Republican and Democrat are placed on a blind date, even though both vowed they’d never date across party lines.
There is also a partition between the driver and the passengers.
Also, High There isn't charging a fee for its service.
And even on private property, the law stipulates it not be done "openly or publicly." Weed cannot be smoked on a public bus, but taxis and limousines are okay.
"If the taxi or limousine operator allows for it, marijuana may be consumed in the rear passenger area only," according to "All people need to do is download the app and follow the Hopper," a spokesperson said."They show the app to get on." Which sounds all well and good, but then you'll be riding around with these friendly-looking chiefs. After a nice Italian dinner, they go back to Dave’s place, settle into his faux-suede sofa and clink glasses of cheap Merlot. But then Dave reaches under his sofa and pulls a pre-rolled joint out of his stash box. The need to genuinely connect with our fellow humans trumps the desire to date a fellow farmer—or stoner. “No,” the husband answered, “we were trying not to die.” Bottom line: There’s a common and more essential tie that attracts and binds us regardless of our personal predilections. Since both had suffered from cancer in the past, Williams asked the couple if they argued about Obamacare.