He was not a very good weeder." Brian Cox, a 47-year-old artist and musician, came looking for a new way to meet people."The typical speed dating, it's just kind of awkward," Cox said.So, like, it's just a matter of if the right weirdos show up." In her role as matchmaker, O'Leary shook a small tambourine to catch everyone's attention and reassured those who had already started to eye each another that everybody would be paired up with everybody over the course of the evening.
"We're all adults, so just have a good time." Here's how it works: Each of the ladies will be assigned to a specific row, with more instructions to follow after "we get you into the beds," O'Leary said, prompting nervous snickers that erupted into laughter as the tension eased.
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Participants greet each other at a "weed dating" event at the Earthly Delights Farm in Boise, Idaho.
"It's a pretty fun story, because it's not like a known thing, weed dating.
A lot of people are, like, 'So, were you on a pot farm?