Missed Connections: Finding love on Craigslist

Even though Craigslist officially removed its entire “Personals” section a few months ago, that hasn’t stopped the legions of die-hard Missed Connections fans from hoping to find Mr. or Mrs. Right through anonymous internet personal ads – now filed under the “Community” section.

Once again, we rounded up some of the highlights (if you want to call them that) posted during the month of July and reproduced them here, in all of their unedited (and in many cases, creepy) glory.

And if you or anyone you know actually made a connection through Craigslist, we want to hear all about it. Send the details to news@theconcordinsider.com.

 

Goodwill m4m – July 30

07/29 We were in the same aisle, I commented on something in a plastic bag, you seem very sweet ,tell me what was in the bag. Maybe we can meet for coffee.

 

Something you left behind m4m (Bow) – July 30

You left a particular magazine at the parking lot of a historical location. I was hoping to meet the person who left it.

 

Met a really nice older guy at Sewell falls – July 28

Lost your info also lost aolder woman info hope you see this

 

cute (red apple buffet) – July 28

She was the cute waitress with the glasses, wish i had said hello. hope you’ll see this, you can teach me how to use them chopsticks 😛

 

Concord DMV today! – July 27

Beautiful girl that heald the door open for my kids and I, you were very beautiful, I kick myself for not talking to you more. All I had the nerve to say was “thank you very much”! I wish I had said much more. If you see this please feel free to message me!

 

Down at shaws – July 18

WB Mason truck I saw you at shaws!

 

Cart boy – July 10

We discussed getting together after work you were in early 20’s. Lost your contact info. I didn’t just blow you off.

 

Girl drinking beer in Milanos pizza – July 9

Saw you on Saturday evening. I was getting a pizza. You were sitting alone with a beer. We made eye contact. Remember?

 

Courtyard – July 4

To the 2 beautiful women working last night at the Courtyard. You kept smiling at me and we made eye contact many times. I don’t know your names, but I can’t stop thinking of your glow. I hope you are there again when I come in. Hopefully, I won’t be to nervous to talk to you.

Author: Insider Staff

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