enjoy your ride with “grindr” in the the sky!

i’ll never forget when i had the sex app,
“jack’d”.
it was like a few years ago.
i went to the movies one day and it happened to be on.
i got so many messages from randoms in theater.
some were in my movie sitting next to vixens!
i wasn’t shocked because some males have no chill.
so this snow wolf:

 jp thorn,
got his message while in the sky.
the app?
“grindr”.
this is what a foxholer sent me via “daily mail”

One Delta passenger got a cheeky surprise when he received a message on the dating app Grindr during his flight.

But JP Thorn, 27, was shocked to see that the message wasn’t from just any ordinary guy – it was from the pilot of his flight.

Thorn had been flying from Saint Paul, Minnesota to Chicago and had just touched down on the tarmac when he got a notification about the new message. 

And, at first, Thorn wasn’t flattered. 

‘My reaction was I knew I needed to get off this plane as fast as I can,’ Thorn told the New York Post. 

‘I’ve had some weird experiences with proximity stuff on Grindr.’ 

Thorn saw that the message had been sent 30 minutes before the plane landed during the 90-minute flight

He checked out the pilot’s profile, which said he was 90 feet away and featured a picture of the sky clearly taken from a cockpit. 

‘My deductive reasoning led me to believe that he was the pilot,’ Thorn said. ‘I messaged him back and he told me that he was one of the pilots.’ 

After they started talking, Thorn’s feelings toward the pilot began to change. 

‘He asked me about our flight, how it was on the way, and [the conversation] was really standard,’ Thorn said. 

‘I said there was no turbulence, then he made a joke about turbulence.’ 

Thorn said the pilot was a ‘nice guy’ and that he would have happily met with him if he didn’t have a connecting flight to catch.

‘I meet up with people all the time from Grindr,’ he said. ‘I think I totally would have met him for coffee.’ 

Thorn has since deleted his Grindr app and is no longer in touch with the pilot

so i take it that the pilot wasn’t cute.
you could tell by the wording.

well that tweet went viral and got over 30k retweets and just as many likes.
eh.
those of us who are familiar with the app knows how it work.
one of the foxholers fonted a whole church he went to was on a sex app.
the crazy part was it was in service too.
so this isn’t news to “us”.
i’ll let the world gasp and play catch up tho.

lowkey: delta has a lot going on…

article: daily mail

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

6 thoughts on “enjoy your ride with “grindr” in the the sky!

  1. Okay…this: “one of the foxholers fonted a whole church he went to was on a sex app the crazy part was it was in service too” is a holy mess! Iol smdh…I can’t!

  2. The exact opposite happened for me on campus. Not one profile near me at all. I was so disgusted. I wanted to know who got down.

  3. I havent had Grindr or Jackd in years, I really do not even know how they stay in business with Instagram. Trust and believe all you have to do is take a few shirtless pics on the Gram and your Inbox is going to be lit. Take it from me, it really does go down in the DM’s. I never had this many dudes hit me up on Grindr and Jack when I had those apps. Dudes literally from all over the world will hit you up on the Gram. They are BOLD AF, I can only imagine how the Attentionista’s DM’s be looking if a regular dude like me get this many. Never a dull moment. Was this story really news worthy, I mean really it must have been a slow news day.

  4. So what’s the problem? The narcissistic white gay got a message on a hookup app and what does he do? He screenshot to message and posts it on social media. YOU have an app on your fucking phone that invites men to send you messages yet you’re disgusted because someone actually did? I swear these drama queens annoy me.

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