But just like Jimmy Merolla from eighth grade with his Oakleys and frosted tips, his antipathy has only made me want him more.
I'm not big on keeping mementos from my old relationships but I flip through my collection of cat cartoon photos with a wistful fondness.
But, most gay guys are really all about convenience. So, why not just use Grindr where you can intermix convenience and sex?
Where you can sit at home, eat Chinese food, watch "The Golden Girls" and set up a hookup at the same time? Grindr has ruined dating, and you either have to embrace it or decide to be different.
On the other hand, I couldn't even count the people I've met off Grindr.
The difference is (well, supposed to be), Tinder is meant for dating and getting to know someone.
As Jules Cobb, an estate agent in Florida, Cox disrobes frequently, dates younger men and is caught performing a sexual manoeuvre on a chap closer to her teenage son's age than hers. But as Cox, 45, says: 'I love playing Jules and the show says what I actually think.' She's been married to actor David Arquette for ten years, and has a five-year-old daughter Coco, so it's not immediately evident how she could bear resemblance to her Cougar Town counterpart.
It's Cox's first comedy series since Friends, and it's fair to say anyone hoping for a re-run of her prissy alter ego Monica Geller may be in for a shock. Grabbing at sexual opportunities, Jules finds herself thrust into situations of varying degrees of embarrassment, all observed by her friends, her ex-husband and their 17-year-old son.
'What I love about this character is everything's real,' she says.Yet, apps such as Grindr, Scruff and Hornet are wildly more used.