Mysterious car note - w4m - 22 - (Kirkwood)
"soooo Thursday morning after I got off work I found a note on my car,
typed on a type-writer on memo paper. It had no specifications as to
who it was to or from, all very generic. I must admit it was a little
creepy but also very sweet, it also could have been a prank. Part of me
wants to know who wrote it and part of me doesn't, but I thought I'd
throw this out there either way. There are a few cars that park in that
garage that look just like mine, so I also wonder if it was meant for
so meone else. Anyway, if you know who you are, feel free to spill the
RE: Mysterious car note - m4w - (Kirkwood)
"It was written for you, with the best intentions."
RE: Mysterious car note - (O'Fallon)
another mysterious car note - m4w - (Kirkwood)
"I left another note on your car so you'd know it was on purpose and for
you, with the best intentions. I think you're amazing and more
beautiful than I can admit in person. The notes are to be encouraging,
not weird, not creepy - things I felt lead to say to you. I'm sorry for
being secretive, my timing is chronically off...and this isn't meant to
be a game. I'm sorry."
Editor's note: This drama will surely unfold later....here are a few more entires we liked:
Lost boy in U-City loop
"We met in the loop last fall. You were a young man in need of a good friend and safe place to stay. I, an older man who couldn't offer what you sought. Things have changed - I couldn't open my home then but it's possible now. Leave the drugs and I'll help you start a new life."
No, I don't want you at my birthday. - w4m
If I did, I would have invited you.
420 - 160
Having a bit of trouble finding any. I can pay $100-$120. Need it asap.
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