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Unread postby Derek » 25 September 2019, 23:22

Pooler has a high IQ? Doesn't he come from one those... you know... Bell Curve countries?
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby mxguy01 » 25 September 2019, 23:57

Sorry I can't help you for getting bent over the fact I pointed out that PB being a "daddy" himself (based upon the personal the puts forward here), that it's rather hipictitical of him to me making fun of other daddies.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Derek » 26 September 2019, 00:05

Pooler has sired offspring?
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby mxguy01 » 26 September 2019, 00:23

Derek wrote:Pooler has sired offspring?


So you are now claiming gay daddies have to have kids by definition? You grasp at anything just to be a dick towards me because, well, that just who you are I guess. That behavior is actually amusing to me. You say yourself that your PBs biggest opponent here on GFO and then the very instant I post something in response to him your johnny-on-the-spot defending him. You claim you actually don't care for PB or that is the implication I got from prior exchanges with you on this. I only mention that because I think that then leaves us with the only possibility of you simply being a dick.

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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 26 September 2019, 00:51

I’m a hipicit.
Blow: "Nowadays even Liam can release an album of his screechy vocals and it'll probably go #1..."
Ramzus: I can admit that I'm horny just about 24/7
homomorphism: I used to not think your name was deshay and that Erick was just being racist
Hunter: sometimes I think I was literally born to be a pornstar
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Derek » 26 September 2019, 01:38

And a daddy, at least based on the personal puts forward here. It's been really far even as what said for going there. But with all ever gone, I wondering if that aren't all for which. Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby René » 26 September 2019, 06:31

poolerboy0077 wrote:I’m a hipicit.

Don't you mean a hipictit? :D

Having known Pooler for 12-13 years, I've actually observed a trend of him posting pictures of what is increasingly easy to call a guy. I was ever so pleased when he posted his first 20s guy with a six-pack. :keke:

I also have to admit to being one of those who associate the word "dad" more with the traditional meaning of "father" — not exactly what you want to be thinking of in the context of a sexual encounter.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 27 September 2019, 01:21

René wrote:
poolerboy0077 wrote:I’m a hipicit.

Don't you mean a hipictit? :D

Sorry, I’m a terrible speller.

René wrote:Having known Pooler for 12-13 years, I've actually observed a trend of him posting pictures of what is increasingly easy to call a guy. I was ever so pleased when he posted his first 20s guy with a six-pack. :keke:

Spoke too soon.

But yes you’re right that I’ve evolved to now liking guys who are 21-23 year olds. It only took 13 years!

René wrote:I also have to admit to being one of those who associate the word "dad" more with the traditional meaning of "father" — not exactly what you want to be thinking of in the context of a sexual encounter.

Respect my religious beliefs, please.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby LostGuy94 » 27 September 2019, 16:12

LostGuy94 wrote:Mentioned on here before about the loner disabled guy who messaged me, since the initial exchange (see below) he has contacted multiple times on freshly created accounts but as soon as I block one another appears so now have to block any account I suspect is him, think the number of times I've blocked is now into double figures :madred:

Oh not again!!! :facepalm2: I've finally snapped
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Jzone » 27 September 2019, 23:11

LostGuy94 wrote:Oh not again!!! :facepalm2: I've finally snapped

Don't beat yourself up over it. The guy couldn't take a hint (or 15).
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 28 September 2019, 01:53

Capt._Trips wrote:^^lol. Why is that his picture though? :shrug:


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Victor_Laszlo wrote:^^lol. Why is that his picture though? :shrug:

Hmmm. I actually have no idea but maybe it made him feel like a bad betch. :shrug:
Yknow, I see so many guys on there who I think really... that picture is the best you could do?. Either they're pulling a silly face, or it's taken from an extremely unflattering angle, or there's just no expression in the face at all. Some people really don't know how to take a decent selfie.

Taking a photo from down underneath your chin, camera pointing up at your face, is an unflattering angle on 99.999% of people. That could even make Rihanna look ugly and she's a flawless genetic lottery winner from every other angle.

Also, I am immediately suspicious whenever an exceptionally attractive guy messages me. Not an attainably attractive guy who is pretty average but just puts effort into his appearance (because that's where I feel I rank, that reflects me), I mean someone who has like a perfectly chiselled gym body and immaculate facial bone structure, fitness-model looking. Dudes who look like that. First of all, why are you messaging average old me when you can pick any guy? Let's start there. Secondly, in the few instances where this has happened it has always been suspect. Either I quickly come to strongly suspect it's catfish, or (this has actually happened twice) he is clearly a scammer who is trying to get me to pay money into something so I can meet him. I just hope nobody is stupid enough to fall for that. I'm smart with that kind of thing and I'd never pay into something like that, but there's some damn stupid (and unfortunately very desperate) men out there who are enamoured by a hot guy messaging them.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Jzone » 28 September 2019, 04:12

Yeauxleaux wrote:Yknow, I see so many guys on there who I think really... that picture is the best you could do?. Either they're pulling a silly face, or it's taken from an extremely unflattering angle, or there's just no expression in the face at all. Some people really don't know how to take a decent selfie.

Taking a photo from down underneath your chin, camera pointing up at your face, is an unflattering angle on 99.999% of people. That could even make Rihanna look ugly and she's a flawless genetic lottery winner from every other angle.

Also, I am immediately suspicious whenever an exceptionally attractive guy messages me. Not an attainably attractive guy who is pretty average but just puts effort into his appearance (because that's where I feel I rank, that reflects me), I mean someone who has like a perfectly chiselled gym body and immaculate facial bone structure, fitness-model looking. Dudes who look like that. First of all, why are you messaging average old me when you can pick any guy? Let's start there. Secondly, in the few instances where this has happened it has always been suspect. Either I quickly come to strongly suspect it's catfish, or (this has actually happened twice) he is clearly a scammer who is trying to get me to pay money into something so I can meet him. I just hope nobody is stupid enough to fall for that. I'm smart with that kind of thing and I'd never pay into something like that, but there's some damn stupid (and unfortunately very desperate) men out there who are enamoured by a hot guy messaging them.

Any hot guy is welcome to message me. Just don't expect to get my bank routing and account number. I, however, still accept cash.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Derek » 28 September 2019, 05:14

Just imagine what it's like for straight guys on Tinder. If your profile isn't exceptional, I'd bet more than 50% of your matches are professionals.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby LostGuy94 » 28 September 2019, 10:22

Ones I hate is where it's a photo of 2 or more people and you have to guess which person it is whose using the app.

Getting a significant number of fake accounts on mine recently although have noticed a trend with most of the ones I get, they are always 6-7 miles away from home and have a finger pointing down in the user name and the account is usually gone within an hour, also had a few recently say to read bio when nothing is actually there :shifty:
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 28 September 2019, 20:23

LostGuy94 wrote:Ones I hate is where it's a photo of 2 or more people and you have to guess which person it is whose using the app.
I just assume it's the less attractive one in the photo and skip to the next profile.

That seems a fairly common tactic; I'm going to take a photo with a much better looking person to catch your attention, and hope it trickles down to me.

It doesn't. All I'm thinking about it how I wanna message you to find out who your friend is.

If I ever put up a photo that had other people in it, on a dating app, it wouldn't be the main photo but I'd make sure I'm undeniably the most attractive one in it.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Jryski » 29 September 2019, 02:37

For profile photos on those apps, I find it annoying when it's obvious the person didn't even bother trying. They look like crap and go around messaging the best looking people they could find and they'll always start off with a generic hey. No motivation to respond to them at all lol.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 29 September 2019, 02:49

"I'm DeLeTiNg ThIs ApP tOmOrRoW!!!

And sometimes they'll give some dramatic reason like thinking all gay men are shits for rejecting them.

There's no (well, very few) inherently ugly people, just lazy people.
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Jryski » 29 September 2019, 07:41

I've had guys cuss me out and call me a faggot after I rejected their offers. xD Told me that I look like a hideous tranny and other stuff. xD
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby LostGuy94 » 29 September 2019, 12:41

Jryski wrote:I've had guys cuss me out and call me a faggot after I rejected their offers. xD Told me that I look like a hideous tranny and other stuff. xD

I've had a few flip out at me when I've rejected offers, once declined toilet sex in Blyth and the guy kicked off as he deemed my rejection rude as I just said I wasn't interested after waiting 5 minutes to reply as I was queuing in Greggs at the time, I am always polite and show courtesy but occasionally forget accidentally and it's always when you get people like this, same happened on a bus once when I unintentionally failed to say please and woman driver sarkily went "please" :shifty:
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Re: Noteworthy Grindr dialogues

Unread postby Eryx » 29 September 2019, 15:09

Jryski wrote:I've had guys cuss me out and call me a faggot after I rejected their offers. xD Told me that I look like a hideous tranny and other stuff. xD
People are so fucking weird.

You can never win with these guys. There's no use in trying to rationalize why they're being mean or rude to an educated reply of no interest. Just shrug and move on...
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