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Here are the best dating sites for cannabis enthusiasts and 420-friendly singles looking for love:

While you can’t directly search for 420-friendly matches, it features a section for “vices,” including alcohol, smoking, marijuana, and harder drugs. Hinge has its own data on how that affects your prospects too: Revealing you’re a cannabis enthusiast might increase your chances of receiving matches by 10 percent — only if you’re under 25 years old, according to a study from Hinge. However, if you’re over 25, then your likes might decrease by 25 percent. A predilection for weed led to the percentage of likes to decrease to 35 percent for those 40 or older. (The more you know.)

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The gist: High There! isn’t just a dating app: Instead, it’s a virtual space for cannabis users and enthusiasts to connect and come together — and it once claimed to be the No. 1 dating and social app in the cannabis industry. It’s shifted away from its roots as a dating app to be more community-focused now — for example, its homepage is filled with educational articles about weed, smoking it, and the cannabis business in general.

While you can search by location, age, and gender, you can also search by interests like “420-friendly” and “cannabis.” You’d be surprised how many people who use the dating site are weed enthusiasts or use marijuana on a regular basis. Although Plenty of Fish wasn’t created with cannabis in mind, it was built in a very broad way so that singles have developed a category for it, just based on their interests. Given how friendly Plenty of Fish is toward weed users and how big their member pool is, it makes for a better experience for some than the marijuana-specific sites and apps, which tend to have a much smaller user pool.

The gist: With the ease of using Tinder but the compatibility-matching of eharmony, match is a great site for people looking for deeper connections than a hookup — in most cases, it’s meant for relationships, not flings. With match, it’s a lot easier to figure out if your potential matches smoke weed ahead of time, because the app factors it into your compatibility.

After hashtags come imagery—most posts selling weed use one of the following: neon fractals and bright color washes; big piles or mason jars of nugs; semi-naked young women hitting massive bongs and dutches. Emojis can be reputable indicators, too—look out for any of the following: 🌲🍁💨👌. For all drugs, 🔥 indicates quality; 🚀 is a claim to potency; and dollar signs indicate the product is for sale.

The owner of the account said yes and asked for Max’s phone number and address. Soon after, a car showed up at the address Max had given (not his home address). In the car, the dealer gave Max “a small sample.”

“I don’t trust anyone…. I don’t wanna end up dead and chopped on a corner,” he says. “I try to distance myself with shitty [customers]. I used to sling rock when I was in the set, but when my fam was in a drive-by I stopped.”

Max is an experienced drug user and buyer who believed his instincts would serve him well in any situation that might arise. “I wasn’t concerned about safety,” he said. “The dollar signs told me he sells. I know how this works, so I have some cockiness. Worst case, there’s a gun or a knife and they take everything. I gave a fake address, and so we met on a well-lit street near bars. There were tons of people around; I only carried the cash I needed. There was another dude in the car with him and everyone was on K, including the driver. And I was drunk enough [that] I was just like, ‘Yeah.’”

In conversations with dealers and buyers, a trend emerges among the stories of smooth transactions. Popular hashtags, like #Kush4Sale or #OGKush, are important, and a good place to start. Some users post requests but that’s the easiest way to get scammed or arrested, so, if you’re trying to buy, you’re better off searching for sellers and messaging them directly.