Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Haters Gonna Hate, Hate, Hate

Grindr can be a fickle little app. If you don't utilize the hook-app known as Grindr, I'll explain it to you in the briefest terms I know. It is like Christian Mingle on your phone. But, for Homosexuals with anything but Christian acts in mind. It is best utilized as a homing device; as the phone app has a proximity alert built into the app. This takes your location and broadcasts it to other homosexuals on the app.  The easiest way to locate your closest gay.

It; however, has been over-wrought lately with spammers. These are fake profiles attempting to get you to give your phone number for their diabolical use. Canned sentences are given in hopes that you respond, all to say "hey, let's text? What is your number?" I, with apparently too much free time started to give the Focus on the Family main telephone number. This got boring fast. Then I did this...


Every spammer got lyrics to John Cash's Folsom Prison Blues.  I got through the entire song before this one asked for my phone number. I'm sure the reception desk of the anti-gay, faux-Christian Lobbing group,  Focus on The Family, is swarmed with telemarketer calls right now.

I  also changed my profile to state that I would not respond to any Chat Requests unless a code word was given.  Any line from any Taylor Swift song. What happened actually was quite funny..

Some guys really got into it...




It was kind of amazing how many guys just wanted to give me a Taylor Swift line.




 Others.... not so much.


Then there was the perfect response...



So if you are ever on Grindr, hit me up. But, only if you like Taylor Swift.

 

6 comments:

Blobby said...

anything but Christian acts?

I beg to differ? many get on their knees and say 'oh g'd.....oh g-d'. They worship what is right in front of them. Seems christian to me.

Mike "N" the Mechanics said...

I 💚 this.

Fearsome Beard said...

Rolling on the floor over here.

Ur-spo said...

jolly good fun!

anne marie in philly said...

bwhahahahahahahaha!

Erik Rubright said...

And... I think I love you! :)