When Guys I Blocked on Grindr first surfaced, I assumed for some reason that it was illegal. I was wrong: not only is that site alive and well, but it’s also inspired another catalogue of men who are maybe a little ugly yet still want to have sex for some reason.
In addition to the whole “Haha look: ugly!” thing, Fun With Grindr (created by the gentleman pictured left) also features hot guys, awkward poses, funny text and at least one man posing with a small child. If Fun with Grindr were a person, he would be smoking outside a bar, judging people. In other words, Fun With Grindr is you, and Fun With Grindr is me. It is all of us. And we are all horrible.
Here are a few samples from the website with their attendant captions.
1. Krisz here needs to work a little more on his kissing technique…
2. I think Sean here might need a taller mirror. Ya think…?
3. There are so many things wrong with this. The biggest thing: Does the boy’s mom know his Uncle/Grampa Dale is using his photo on a gay hookup app?! The boy is looking like “Mommy, get me away from this guy — his shirt is totally clashing with my stripes!” And lastly: Note the door jamb on the left. Yeah. All these shenanigans and church too…
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