Dating a weed dealer
There’s also a link between being open to weed and being open to bisexuality.Daters who think any drugs are a deal breaker are less willing to date a bisexual person (47% no, 35% yes, 18% skipped), but any openness to dating a drug user flips “yes” to the majority response (81%).
Additionally, it appears that being accepting of smokers makes you more open to dating someone who is bisexual — perhaps that’s because smoking weed is highly associated with religion. The first indicator that there’s a link between being religious and not smoking weed can be found in a person’s profile.
The people who are cool with all drugs (the “yes” row) are equally split between wanting sex and love (42% and 43% respectively).
So the more tolerant you are of drugs in general — whether that’s of your partner’s habits or your own — your interest in sex grows, and your interest in love declines.
I wasn’t so upset that he was in the pot business — I was more upset that he was terrible at it. It had been about two weeks after he had moved in, taking my precious closet space, getting his car confiscated and slowly hinting at just how messed up everything was for him.
The charismatic and entrepreneurial guy I’d met at Finn Mc Cool’s had faded fast.
In fact, if you think an intervention would ever happen over a blog post, you’re probably high right now. And as weed is becoming decriminalized and de-stigmatized, we wanted to see how serious of a deal breaker it actually is.