I'm sure there are queer people who've linked to these articles and found them amusing. In fact, my boyfriend told me that the 'straight women read Grindr messages aloud one' was quite funny, so I obviously don't speak for all queer men, but I do speak for myself, and I have to say: I don't really find these articles to be amusing. In fact, they feel a little condescending to me. Like...women can get away with making fun of men's foibles because they are, in many ways, bound by those foibles. But Grindr is something that actually has nothing to do with women or with their expectations, and I don't see why they have a right to comment upon it. Or even if they do, I'm not really amused by articles that amount to: "When we judge this behavior according to our own dating standards, it seems quite ridiculous."
Because my natural response is...well...who asked you?
P.S. Actually, I wouldn't even be in love with queer women making fun of Grindr, but I guess that's a bit more allowable, since queer men and women are, for now, stuck together in the unholy alliance that is the LGBTQUIA movement.