You may find the phrase 420-friendly often in personal ads, especially on Craig's List.
It refers to the term 420 which has become lingo smoking pot.
One might argue that even mainstream dating apps run into the same problem, but I am one of those stubborn people who won’t swipe right on a blank profile no matter how sexy the pictures.
No matter the location, most single adults are dating online through an app downloaded to their smartphone.In my experience, Bumble profiles seem to be more intellectual and men post better-looking photos (this could perhaps be due to an attempt to appeal to a more modern woman who doesn’t expect men to make the first move.I matched with a man the same age as me who mentioned 420 in his profile: “surf, skate, snow, outdoors lifestyle but I am responsible and have my shit together! Coffee 420 rarely drink.” It turns out he is a daily smoker, super fit, and very nice.age, sex, distance, hobbies), the one filter unavailable is “cannabis-friendly.” Users who want to make that known have to write it in their profile upfront unless they use a cannabis-specific dating app like 420 Singles, My 420Mate, or High There.To see what it takes to meet a man I can smoke with, I tried a handful of normal and cannabis-friendly apps.