(Welcome to Hello? Is It Me You're Looking For? Each Monday, we'll scour the local Missed Connections section of Craigslist, in search of the best posts. Here are some that caught our eye this week.)
I Always Knew Reading Was Sexy: I got you off in Borders the other afternoon - m4w - 32 (Brentwood) "We're both married but we flirted heavily in the magazines section, then found each other in the "adult/erotic" section. I'm guessing you were about 40 and waaay frikkin hot. You said you liked my scruffy face and asked if I was an "outdoorsman". You then walked off and returned a few minutes later and flashed me showing that you weren't wearing panties. We eventually wound up in the women's bathroom where you asked me to finger you till you got off. I'd love to go at it again. You left teeth marks on my shoulder by the way."
Vote for Change: Election Judge - m4m (Wood River) "You were working at the 4th precinct in Wood River, at the Masonic Lodge, on election day. I voted at the 5th precinct across the room, but kept checking you out, wishing I could vote with you! You were about 24-25, (obviously the youngest one in the room), blonde hair, surfer looking! Very cute! Doubt you noticed me, but just wanted you to know I thought about you all night!"
Exhibitionism 101: to the guy who saw me masturbating - w4m - 21 "hey neighbor, i saw you seeing me. do you really think girls "accidentally" masturbate with their blinds open??? Big hint: THEY DON'T! So next time you see a girl spread eagle on her bed sit up and wave at you, tits out and all, you might want to wave back....or maybe pull out your cock and stroke it.....or maybe walk down the hill, knock on her door, and fuck the shit out of her. Way to miss a golden, or should I say bright pink, oppurtunity. -your masturbating mistress"
Vote for Change, Part II: Gorgeous redhead in voting line at Trinity Presbyterian Church - m4w (U. City) "The time frame was around 11-12:30. I was a few spots ahead of you wearing an orange t-shirt and talking with some old-timers. You were wearing a gray shirt with dark pants and sandals with silver discs on them. We made eye contact a few times when you looked up from your text book, and I had to try hard not to stare at that so pretty face. I wanted to wait for you to come out after voting, but I had to go. I guess reply to this if you remember me, or don't remember but are curious who was so impressed by your beauty."
Pet Cemetery: Re: Bus driver that killed your cat... "I really hate irresponsible pet owners. You need to tell your son that you killed the cat, not the bus driver. It is your responsibility to keep your pets safe, not everyone else around you. If I was an animal cop, Id have you arrested. I have two pets, and they stay either in the house, or in our fenced back yard, and the only time they get out, is on a leash. There are leash laws you know, or you think they only apply to dogs, and not your cat. Go ahead, make yourself feel better by blaming it on the bus driver. You are a pet killer." Yes We Can: Nov 4 Obama canvass volunteer Boilermaker's Hall - m4m - 50 (St. Louis) "We were at the table in the center of the room where the food was, around noon. We glanced briefly at one another. You smiled. I smiled. I was struck by how very, very handsome you are. (You were sitting another man who was also quite good-looking!) My curse is that I've never had the nerve to say something like that to another man in my life, so my fantasies go on and on."
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