Dating a man who smokes pot

08 Apr

At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.There is nothing I hate more than people who are self-righteous about not smoking.Jennifer Pelham* kicks off her black Marc Jacobs pumps, slips out of her trim Theory blazer, and collapses on the couch.The 29-year-old corporate attorney for one of Manhattan's top law firms has just clocked another 12-hour day, and though it's over, she's having a hard time shaking off her frustrations.I've never been told by a non-smoker that that he didn't really care if a girl smokes.Again, I am referring only to guys that don't smoke. It is worth noting that smoking does facilitate social interaction in bars and nightclubs.I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.

They actually get genuinely upset or frustrated when they see someone else making a conscious and educated decision to smoke. A few months ago I met a European girl at a nightclub in San Diego. I didn't know at first that she was a smoker, but I wasn't very surprised when I found out - after all, she was European.So after kissing for a little while I stopped and said, "You know, your mouth tastes like cigarettes.I don't like it." She was clearly embarrassed, but I didn't dwell on it.(A partner had eviscerated the contract she'd drafted, then left before Pelham had a chance to explain herself.) Still distracted, Pelham orders dinner—sushi, as usual—then reaches for a plastic orange prescription bottle standing on the corner of her coffee table alongside a glass pipe and blue Bic lighter, just as the cleaning lady left them.She twists off the cap, pinches off a piece of the fragrant green bud inside, gingerly places it in the bowl of the pipe, and lights up.