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420 friendly Valentine’s Day date ideas for stoners

February 11, 2017

Not sure what to plan for your stoner sweetie this Valentine’s Day? Whether you participate on February 14th or all year round, we’ve got a range of ideas that you can use to get lifted and get some love.

Cute dates are great for new relationships or for people who are more shy or introverted. Romantic dates are for partners that feel comfortable expressing themselves to and around one another. Our wild dates include some sexy times to get you away from your typical sexual routine. And all three categories include pandemic-safe, socially distanced options.

Without further ado, our list of stoner Valentine’s Day ideas…

4/20-friendly dating: cute

Pouring red wine in glasses

Schedule an online date

While the pandemic may have us online all the time, when’s the last time you dimmed the lights, packed a bowl, and caught up with the one you’re crushing on? Dress up like you’re going out, and then get on video chat together! Or be brave and admit that you can’t wait to get a little alone time with that special someone after this is all over.

Pair the date with a balanced hybrid that’s not overly chatty, but allows you to feel more grounded and connected, like OG Kush.

Plan a dining experience

Make a small sampling of each of your favorite foods and then have a picnic in your living room, or get more elaborate and make a multi-course infused meal.

Go pro and pair specific cannabis strains with each food or course to enhance the flavor and help you both feel relaxed and connected.

You can also leave prepared food or ingredients for someone you’re crushing on and so you eat the same thing on a socially-distanced internet date later in the evening.

4/20-friendly dating: romantic

Try tantric yoga

It may be cold outside, but you can heat things up with you and your lover with a little tantric yoga. Find a YouTube video that you both can vibe with, light a joint or eat an edible, and see what happens. If your partner is far away, they can participate simultaneously or observe their favorite body in motion.

Write each other a love poem

Love is one of the greatest inspirations for poetry there ever was, but some of us have a hard time saying the right words. Relax and unwind with some cannabis, and sit down with the intention to write something beautiful for your partner.

Whether it’s a haiku, sonnet, or spoken word – they’ll appreciate the thought and the souvenir they can look back on time and time and again.

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4/20-friendly dating: wild

Chocolate Swirl

DIY chocolate body art

Painting swirls or loving (perhaps naughty) words on your partner’s body with chocolate and then licking it off? Yes, please! Begin by laying down a large sheet or old blanket. This will get messy!

Buy new small paintbrushes and melt the chocolate of your choice with a bit of coconut oil. Take turns painting one another and turning your bodies into living art. Afterward, hit the showers to clean up any remaining chocolate.

Pair this with a fun and playful strain like Bubblegum Kush.

Health tip: be careful not to get chocolate anywhere near the vulva .

Have a virtual threesome

This is for the especially adventurous, and can be done in a variety of ways. All three people can know each other intimately, or be brand new to the fun.

Make sure everyone has a webcam and create some base rules. You can take turns putting on shows, practicing voyeurism, or have two people at home while the other is in a socially-distant location.

This can be a fun way to bring another person into the mix in a way that feels safe even for a monogamous relationship. Enjoying an edible beforehand will help loosen you up and heighten the physical pleasure of the experience.

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Ashley Manta

Ashley is a writer, feminist, and sexuality educator. She is a contributing writer for Leafly.

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