Someone said :
Grindr is just the new chatroom. Back in the day when chatrooms were popular I used them to chat. Not to have cybersex or to hook up or to swap pics. Just to chat.
I'm in a relationship and use Grindr to chat. Granted, most people are looking just for sex but there are loads that just want to pass a few minutes on a bus and have a chat.
I have my relationship status pretty clearly stated in my profile and I say that I'm just looking for chat but the most annoying thing is when someone ignores it or assumes they can convince you to cheat on your partner. One time, this guy popped up and offered a BJ. I said that I was in a happy, healthy long term relationship. He replied 'So am I. But do you want a BJ?' I told him to fuck right off and blocked him.
Some guys don't seem to take no for an answer and just simply ignore the fact that you are in a relationship. It's like selective hearing but in written format. The block function on both Grindr and Gaydar is great. It weeds out the timewasters and idiots