The biggest platforms like Match, Zoosk, e Harmony, Plenty of Fish and Ok Cupid have millions of monthly users, but a sizeable user base and a dominant spot in the market doesn't mean they've ultimately cracked the code when it comes to solving everyone's love lives.
Singles want more options these days, and it's paved the way for new online dating services to pop up on the Internet -- many of which take much more specific approaches to matching people up other than by looking at any two users' profile information and finding similarities between them.
The founder apparently came up with the idea after the matches he got from other dating services were turned off by his smoking habits.
The service is only available in locations where cannabis is legal, and all users must be 21 or older.
You might be surprised to find out what kind of strange, highly niche-specific dating services there are now available, with more popping up all the time.