Grindr briefly went down this week and gay Twitter responded accordingly

It’s been a rough week for Grindr. First, the app tried rolling out a new voice messaging feature, but the public’s response wasn’t exactly positive:

Queerty conducted a poll and found that the vast majority of our readers (67%) were opposed to the new feature.

Related: Everyone’s freaking out over Grindr’s new voice messaging feature

Then on Tuesday, the app crashed.

In the wee early hours of May 22, Grindr unexpectedly went down. Many users couldn’t log on. Naturally, they had a meltdown.

Some people responded with confusion:

Others with anger:

Some people panicked:

Others wept:

And then there were those who didn’t know how to respond at all:

Luckily, the outage lasted for less than an hour before users were able to get back online. Still, who knows how many potential marriages were thwarted because of the outage?

Related: Grindr leaves men feeling depressed and dead inside, research finds