Even if its true origin will never be revealed, 420 has already been a big part of the marijuana culture and its use has spread among entire generations.April 20th has become a counter-culture holiday where friends in US cities gather in groups to celebrate 420-friendly events, parties and festivals.Of course, carpooling and bicycling are always encouraged!As some of you know, we got some insane press for this event two years ago–we were featured in the NY Times, the Huffington Post, the Tonight Show, Morning Edition on NPR, and a bunch of other outlets…who would have thought this little thing in podunk Boise, Idaho would turn into such a big deal, especially when we weren’t even the ones to think it up!?All our members are searching for someone just like you. It’s kind of like having super powers in the world of dating.From farms to college campuses, singles are lining up to dig up some romance. Think speed dating but instead of sitting across from each other at tables, you meet each other in bed — a garden bed, that is.
Register for free and start your search immediately!We were even a question on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire!!!Anyway, with all this press, it’s bound to be jam packed with hotties out here on the farm…so join us!!!! If you want to see more of the previous press, here’s some links: The Radio Story, a version of the print story, and a hilarious op ed about how Weed Dating is probably the “biggest conceptual letdown you’ve ever heard of.” CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FROM 2011!We’ll give you a number to pin on your shirt, and you’ll get matched up with every available gal or guy in the place…afterward, there will be some solcializin’ time where you can leave notes for the hotties you meet or just hit on them directly! 20s and 30s, over 50, whatever, depending on who shows up! The diversity in ages makes the event less intimidating, because there are obviously matches that aren’t useful for everyone, which makes those weeding sessions a nice break–you don’t have to be constantly on your game!We won’t accept late-comers (it’s too complicated to work you into the rotation). At first, we opened it to everybody, because we LOVE everybody, but quickly realized it does nobody any good to show up without a clear “who’s-getting’paired’up-with’whom” plan. Plus, you get to meet new friends of diverse ages and backgrounds! This was made for the inaugural year to celebrate the Year of Idaho Food. And possibly some press, who will have to get your permission if they want to include a photo or interview of you.