Friday, October 22Urban Hippie

Author: Laura Vitto

Over 25? Maybe don't admit you smoke weed in your dating profile

Over 25? Maybe don't admit you smoke weed in your dating profile

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We love a data-backed online dating tip – especially one tied to the holiday of choice for stoners everywhere. Unfortunately, this one isn't too promising for smokers who make their weed interest public. According to data from dating app Hinge, revealing an interest in marijuana on a dating profile can actually work in your favor – but only if you're under 25. SEE ALSO: How to whip your dating profile into shape Per the team's number crunchers, users under 25 who say they smoke weed see, on average, a 10 percent increase in likes. But for those 25 and older, admitting you smoke weed on your profile results in a 25 percent decrease in likes. That number jumps to a 35 percent decrease for users over 40.  Read more...More about Dating Apps, Weed, Sex And Relationships, 420, and Culture
Orrin Hatch loves a weed pun, apparently

Orrin Hatch loves a weed pun, apparently

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In the wake of that that weird piglet misstep, Orrin Hatch's press team is stepping up its game. Per the Salt Lake City Times, on Wednesday the Ohio senator introduced the Marijuana Effective Drug Study Act of 2017, a proposed bill aimed at increasing medical marijuana research. Naturally, Hatch's official statement included every drug pun his staffers could squeeze into six sentences. SEE ALSO: Some genius used a piece of dried pasta to improve his joint Washington Examiner Reporter Kelly Cohen notes the jokes on Twitter: the number of weed puns in sen. orrin hatch’s medical marijuana bill announcement are amazing pic.twitter.com/vahN9Z1fhi — kelly cohen (@politiCOHEN_) September 13, 2017 Read more... More about Watercooler, Culture, Weed, Culture, and Web Culture Source: Marshable
Naturally, weed floral crowns will be for sale near Coachella

Naturally, weed floral crowns will be for sale near Coachella

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Floral crowns are a done-to-death trend everywhere except Coachella where wreath as headwear still inexplicably flies.  This year, a hip, organic cannabis farm wants to make sure your crown is topped with more than just roses. SEE ALSO: Smell like weed all day with these cannabis-specific perfumes Per SFist, Los Angeles weed grower Lowell Farms will offer cannabis floral crowns in time for the April music festival. my flower crown is prettier than yours 👸🏻 @lowellherbco killing it this year w/ the weed flower crowns for #coachella 🌴🌸 shot by the amazing @milloux.jpg A post shared by ☽ Kelly Moon ☾ (@yourmoonbaby) on Mar 29, 2017 at 12:02pm PDT Read more... More about Marijuana, Coachella, Weed, Pics, and Watercooler Source: Marshable