That’s why dating apps like Tinder for straight people and Grindr for gays are in such popular demand right now — it’s the sheer excitement of not knowing whether you are going to live or die by meeting that special person off the internet.
“I have herpes, and super gonorrhoea, and the girls who I date all get infected by my luggage when I sleep with them. Now we have the coronavirus going around so I can’t wait to spread that too, even though I might not realise I am infected and not show any symptoms yet,” one happy Tinder male revealed.
It’s the same for gays, many now are happy to be infected with HIV, because it gets them over the first hurdle.
“I am happily HIV positive, I also have gonorrhoea, syphilis and Hepatitis B. I have sex with over 10 men a night on Grindr, and when I get coronavirus, I will be out on the town spreading it around like butter, even though I might not be aware I have it, due to its gestation period,” a happy Grindr user revealed.
As coronavirus spreads throughout Europe, many are continuing to unknowingly spread the virus far and wide with their promiscuous use of these dating apps, coupled with open borders in the EU Schengen zone, air traffic being still at a high level, and no precautions, the COVID-19 virus will start erupting across the European continent like a puss filled genital wart about to explode soon.