This BBC advert, paid by the tax payer, is for Grindr - the perfect app for spreading Aids.
If you believe Tinder and Grindr are the way to meet a suitable life partner, then 99.9% of you are in for a disapointment.
Dating in the countryside: Being the only Degenerate Gay in the village
Tinder and Grindr, sad, assuming the person using it isn't buttfuck ugly and overweight, they are more likely to get an STD, or worse, than a life partner.
Why is this tax payer funded news?
Good use of public taxes *golf clap
Ashlee says she'd like to meet someone who doesn't have "second-hand information" about her
I've met women like this. They're always compulsive liars and emotional manipulators, and don't want you hearing about her past deed so she can do it to you too.
The population of the Isle of Man wouldn't even fill Wembley Stadium, yet "Mark, 23" thinks it's shocking that he can't find more than 15 men at any one time to have unprotected gay bum sex with.
The solution, of course, is to poz up the lives of rural communities who mostly live where they do to get away from this shit. There will be a drag queen in every village library; there will be cottaging in every rural privy.
"Mark" could always move to Brighton or London, but no. All of us have to bend over for "Mark", because that's just the way the world works now.
Maybe you shouldn't be on grinder then & go to a pub or something & meet people the old fashioned way.
Even for the BBC, this article is a new low. I mean, really?
"Andrew Torba, you are a legend, sir. This is incredibly innovative and very important." - Dave Cullen