Who needs doctors, psychiatrists, priests and teachers when you have an amazing thing called social media? All types of know-how, self-help, tutorials, ideas, guidance and conversations can be found in virtual communities, networks and platforms. One of the latest really hit the spot!
Meet PufPufChat, a social platform that randomly pairs users into text or video conversations where you can share topics and points of view during your high state of mind. A variety of popular stories are discussed there, and you don’t even have to be a weed lover. You can just engage in interesting conversations with people who see things from a different angle of their brain, the one usually not visited while being sober, the unpredictable and creative one. The platform’s founder, a 22-year-old Eric, shared an interesting point in his interview for Ad Week:
A conversation with a person of a different state of mind can be a very enriching experience, too.
How high are you?
When you log in to PufPufChat, there is no need to leave your real name, no cares about that. The only thing that matters to this community is to claim how high you are, on a scale of 0 to 10. Different perspectives shared via conversation on this platform are highly interesting because of the empathy increasing among chatters. Everyone’s peaceful, happy and friendly, enjoying chats with strangers and spending countless hours of sweet serenity.
The reason I find this social platform great is its open-mindedness and blindness to human differences that we often see on other social platforms. On PufPufChat, you are not asked about your gender, name, country or age. Not to mention no one gives a damn about your skin colour, your religious or political views, your sexual orientation nor your looks. You can be anyone form anywhere in the world, all that matters is how high you are. Isn’t that just beautiful? This is a haters-free community, guys! I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love the idea. It’s been launched in May and it already engages 100,000 conversations. The founder’s “highidea” seems like heaven on Earth, at least before spammers get their hands on it. Regardless of its future, Eric, thank you for indulging us!