The Guysexual’s Brutally Honest Breakdown Of Scruff

The Guysexual’s Brutally Honest Breakdown Of Scruff

It’s no secret that Grindr is found on a one-app objective become the middle of this gay market — specially having its web journal, a new tapping ability plus the somewhat special gaymoji keyboard. Grindr was thus, the rightful master of queens.

But what takes place when you desire the people to own extra figure (and even more importantly, even more tresses)?

Say hello to Scruff.

What it is: Like Grindr, Scruff are a grid of readily available, attractive homosexual people with images in several phases of strip. It’s plagued with bears, otters, wolves and cubs. Is this Corpus Christi escort an app or a zoo?

It’s a mating floor, but more about that later on. Scruff uses Grindr’s tried-and-tested formula: scroll through a near-endless grid of thumb-sized pages of males with not-so-thumb-sized d*cks.

Only this boasts a few twists and knots in route, no puns meant. Read, Scruff’s all-black, faux-tough man motif isn’t what remarkable, but every homosexual man’s 2nd preferred dating app has its set of redeeming traits — particularly a narrowed down individual base with scores of men throughout the hairier area. And they’re all in search of the same thing.

How it works: Being little more niche than Grindr, Scruff wouldesn’t have the same critical mass of users, nor the cultural clout. But Scruff is no nonsense that way. It comes with a purpose — letting scruffy men find their hairier halves. You woof at people you like, leaving them little red notifications of love that they can sniff back to your account. However, Scruff’s standard layout allows four profiles in a row (as opposed to Grindr’s three) — so a guy who looks cute in a tiny, thumbnail picture might not look the same blown up — after all, you don’t want your thumbnail Akshay Kumar to look like Akshaye Khanna when you zoom in. Continue reading