Hello? Is It Me You're Looking For?: Craigslist Missed Connections, Week of 03/15/09


(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.)

But it WILL work, provided Lincoln County has one single grocery store: iga off 47 - m4m - 47
"I am sure this does not work but what the hell. we made eye contact in the meat isle [sic] saturday afternoon, and you were hot."

For those hearing noises at work: Your in the office next to mine - m4w - 30
I always see you looking at me...and you always catch me looking at you..... Is there something there? If you read this...knock on the wall.

Most Devastating Insult of the Week: Told ya - m4w - 99
"...If you read this, even tho it might not be written for you and your [sic] a gossiping jerk....please buy a dog or cat and name it life, so you can have one!!!"

Well, Mike? What's the verdict?: Mike Bush
"I find that Mike Bush on Channel 5 so hot & sexy I just wonder if he has any hair on his legs or chest?"

Animal lust: Hot zookeeper with the swimming baby elephant - w4m - 37
You were the hot zookeeper on Friday afternoon who was with a larger zookeeper while a baby elephant went swimming. You were feeding it bananas and I think taking pics with one of your cell phones.
I was the blond mom in a black short sleeved shirt who was staring at you. My daughter had on a pink shirt and she has blond hair, I was picking her up so she could see the elephant too. I was taking pics of the elephant but was tempted to take a few of you, LOL.

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