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O'Leary organized her first weed dating last year for about 20 people, including some friends and interns on her farm.
More than 40 men and women showed up for this year's weed dating."I feel bad if we don't have the right people for the right people," O'Leary said before addressing the crowd.
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"But this is just beautiful, because it's like outside, it's very organic.
Literally."Joe De Gano, a sales and marketing manager for a company that manufactures clutch components for motorcycles, said he was there "to meet chicks, to fall in love."But for the more-reserved, the farm provided numbered mason jars that corresponded with the numbers assigned to each participant, just in case any of the weed daters were too shy to approach someone directly and wanted to instead leave a note. He described himself as somewhat shy, but at weed dating he found himself surrounded by people with similar interests.But seeing people weed her farm is also nice."I'm not a hookup coach, I'm a farmer," O'Leary said, her sinewy hands and dirt-incrusted fingernails proving her point.Amy Johnson, a Spanish elementary school teacher, heard about the event last year but couldn't make it."It's one of those life experiences that I might not always be able to get so why not take advantage of it this year? "I'm not much into dating, like speed dating or like, online dating.The farm is among a handful across the country offering an unconventional form of speed dating.Typically, speed daters meet at a bar or restaurant and switch conversational partners every few minutes, in hopes of finding someone compatible. Joe Peraino met his previous girlfriend while weed dating at the Boise farm last year.This event is geared toward those who have graduated within the last 10 years (open to wider recent graduate community, not just Gonzaga alumni).