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By  Renesaga  |  8

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  Ashamed_Sister  |  46

Take the opportunity and come out of the closet. If your family members know you as well as most people know their son and brother they will not believe that it was a mistake or a prank. Blaming your brother or a friend wouldn’t help you.

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  Wakachulak  |  22

Um, Ashamed_Sister... Unless your parents are former hippies, letting them know you hook up with random people is a bad thing regardless of gender and orientation.

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  Ashamed_Sister  |  46

@Wakachulak: The damage already has been done. Honesty sounds to be the better option to do some damage control than lying and blaming your brother as suggested by Lioness8197. Anyway, downloading Grindr doesn’t mean that OP has to intention to actually hook up with random people. He might be curious only.

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  Lioness8197  |  18

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By  Renesaga  |  8

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  pandalover69  |  26

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  booblla  |  4

The long version! Grindr is the essential location-based app to meet gay, bi and curious guys for dating and socialising using your Android/iOS device. Grindr uses your cellular network or Wi-Fi signal to identify your physical location so you can chat, network and mingle with the guys near you, at home or on the road. Grindr is free to install, browse profiles and message other guys. Simply download and launch the app, upload a photo, and enter account and profile information to begin browsing photos of guys nearby. Send a message, a photo or your location via chat, and strike up a conversation with like-minded men closest to you, or anywhere you plan on travelling next.

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  Ki11erC  |  18

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  Ins0mau  |  19

115 - If he shares an account, it IS his fault. Sharing accounts is stupid and he should have known the risk even if he's forced to share an account by his parents.

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  morella_xx  |  29

Sharing an account isn't stupid. My husband and I share an account so we don't have to pay twice for apps we both like. Not knowing your sharing settings though, that's stupid.

By  karlcolt45  |  18

“oh my friend was playing a prank on me, he said it's where you find skanks and other things us hetero bros like! I am all about the intercourse with females and such" cover story complete. they'll never know

By  Wizardo  |  32

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