Grindr Lulz

Aug 31

(Source: mjwoodbridge)

otterlyweaboo:

My name on Grindr

otterlyweaboo:

My name on Grindr

Anonymous said: Yeah... I mean I still feel like a considerate person would try to gage if their partner was handling it ok and notice they weren't way before they actually threw up

I feel like I may have painted an inaccurate image of who I really am with this whole scenario.

sventor replied to your post:Worst hookup?
making someone throw up by overdoing it on thrusting is kind of on you

Don’t ask someone to fuck your face if you can’t handle it.

Aug 30

cyberneticchills replied to your post:What is a camp?
Lol with MY effeminate guys :) such ownership

WHOOPS! I meant “more”. Autocorrect can be a bitch. 

Anonymous said: What is a camp?

2. a person who adopts a teasing, theatrical manner, esp. for the amusement of others.
-Urban Dictionary

It’s usually associated with my effeminate guys.

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I’m kinda sad

I’ve been talking to this guy from Hayward for a couple weeks and we planned (over a week ago) him coming down here to spend the day with me and I haven’t heard from him since yesterday. :/

illumihottykyle:

I’m good at this game

illumihottykyle:

I’m good at this game

I work with children and the punch lines usually don’t really make sense.

I work with children and the punch lines usually don’t really make sense.

Aug 29

desperatehousecat:

Aww gee thanks

desperatehousecat:

Aww gee thanks

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homosexuallyfrustrated:

grindrlulz:

Grindr Security

Posted on August 28, 2014 by Grindr Team



There have been recent reports that Grindr has an alleged security flaw and we wanted to clarify the matter with you all. There is nothing that matters more to us than our users and protecting the Grindr community is a core priority.  As part of the Grindr service, users rely on sharing location information with other users as a core function of the application. We are always focused on doing what we’ve set out to do from the beginning: help guys meet other guys. Grindr’s geolocation technology is the best way for users to meet up simply and efficiently.  As such, we do not view this as a security flaw.For Grindr users concerned about showing their proximity, we make it very easy for them to remove this option and we encourage them to disable ‘show distance’ in their privacy settings. If a user wishes to turn off his distance setting, all he needs to do is toggle the show distance option in Settings. The app will still work, however other users won’t be able to see exactly how far they are.We are continuously updating our platform to increase security across our networks and we do our best to keep our Grindr community secure.  Stay tuned for continued enhancements and new features in our upcoming app updates.


Yeah, but they don’t mention anything about being able to be pin-pointed on a map, just that geolocation is the best way to meet…


Because Joel Simkhai has *no* clue what he’s doing. And neither do his programmers. If Joel was honestly concerned about user security he would tell his programmers to fix this flaw immediately. No one, for any reason, needs to be found on a map with their profile picture. No one. Yes, it’s a flaw. I don’t believe for one second he wanted this to be true. Given the sheer amount of places that still consider being gay a crime punishable by jail or death, it is very *very* difficult to believe Joel and his programmers thought, “Yes, let’s let others who don’t have Grindr be able to locate gay people on a map.” Either Joel and his programmers are dumb or they are clueless…or worse, both. (Guess which way I’m leaning.)
I guess Grindr is too busy killing all of the bots who have suddenly shown up (oh wait, no they’re not), or they were too busy fixing the supposed iOS chat delay issue that persisted for nearly 6 months (nope!). I’d file more complaints with the CA Attorney General’s office, but what’s the point? Grindr doesn’t care. Hey, the app works; that’s significant enough of a milestone to consider all of these other things non-issues.

homosexuallyfrustrated:

grindrlulz:

Grindr Security

Posted on August 28, 2014 by Grindr Team

There have been recent reports that Grindr has an alleged security flaw and we wanted to clarify the matter with you all. There is nothing that matters more to us than our users and protecting the Grindr community is a core priority.  As part of the Grindr service, users rely on sharing location information with other users as a core function of the application. We are always focused on doing what we’ve set out to do from the beginning: help guys meet other guys. Grindr’s geolocation technology is the best way for users to meet up simply and efficiently.  As such, we do not view this as a security flaw.

For Grindr users concerned about showing their proximity, we make it very easy for them to remove this option and we encourage them to disable ‘show distance’ in their privacy settings. If a user wishes to turn off his distance setting, all he needs to do is toggle the show distance option in Settings. The app will still work, however other users won’t be able to see exactly how far they are.

We are continuously updating our platform to increase security across our networks and we do our best to keep our Grindr community secure.  Stay tuned for continued enhancements and new features in our upcoming app updates.

Yeah, but they don’t mention anything about being able to be pin-pointed on a map, just that geolocation is the best way to meet…

Because Joel Simkhai has *no* clue what he’s doing. And neither do his programmers. If Joel was honestly concerned about user security he would tell his programmers to fix this flaw immediately. No one, for any reason, needs to be found on a map with their profile picture. No one. Yes, it’s a flaw. I don’t believe for one second he wanted this to be true. Given the sheer amount of places that still consider being gay a crime punishable by jail or death, it is very *very* difficult to believe Joel and his programmers thought, “Yes, let’s let others who don’t have Grindr be able to locate gay people on a map.” Either Joel and his programmers are dumb or they are clueless…or worse, both. (Guess which way I’m leaning.)

I guess Grindr is too busy killing all of the bots who have suddenly shown up (oh wait, no they’re not), or they were too busy fixing the supposed iOS chat delay issue that persisted for nearly 6 months (nope!). I’d file more complaints with the CA Attorney General’s office, but what’s the point? Grindr doesn’t care. Hey, the app works; that’s significant enough of a milestone to consider all of these other things non-issues.

Aug 28

Grindr Security

Posted on August 28, 2014 by Grindr Team


There have been recent reports that Grindr has an alleged security flaw and we wanted to clarify the matter with you all. There is nothing that matters more to us than our users and protecting the Grindr community is a core priority.  As part of the Grindr service, users rely on sharing location information with other users as a core function of the application. We are always focused on doing what we’ve set out to do from the beginning: help guys meet other guys. Grindr’s geolocation technology is the best way for users to meet up simply and efficiently.  As such, we do not view this as a security flaw.For Grindr users concerned about showing their proximity, we make it very easy for them to remove this option and we encourage them to disable ‘show distance’ in their privacy settings. If a user wishes to turn off his distance setting, all he needs to do is toggle the show distance option in Settings. The app will still work, however other users won’t be able to see exactly how far they are.We are continuously updating our platform to increase security across our networks and we do our best to keep our Grindr community secure.  Stay tuned for continued enhancements and new features in our upcoming app updates.

Yeah, but they don’t mention anything about being able to be pin-pointed on a map, just that geolocation is the best way to meet…

Grindr Security

Posted on August 28, 2014 by Grindr Team

There have been recent reports that Grindr has an alleged security flaw and we wanted to clarify the matter with you all. There is nothing that matters more to us than our users and protecting the Grindr community is a core priority.  As part of the Grindr service, users rely on sharing location information with other users as a core function of the application. We are always focused on doing what we’ve set out to do from the beginning: help guys meet other guys. Grindr’s geolocation technology is the best way for users to meet up simply and efficiently.  As such, we do not view this as a security flaw.

For Grindr users concerned about showing their proximity, we make it very easy for them to remove this option and we encourage them to disable ‘show distance’ in their privacy settings. If a user wishes to turn off his distance setting, all he needs to do is toggle the show distance option in Settings. The app will still work, however other users won’t be able to see exactly how far they are.

We are continuously updating our platform to increase security across our networks and we do our best to keep our Grindr community secure.  Stay tuned for continued enhancements and new features in our upcoming app updates.

Yeah, but they don’t mention anything about being able to be pin-pointed on a map, just that geolocation is the best way to meet…

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