Coffee Shop Creeper and Tush-Smacking Fun: Another Week in Missed Connections


Each week, we scour the local Missed Connections section of Craigslist, in search of the best posts. Here are some that caught our eye recently.

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You were creeping on me at BreadCo. - w4m - (Delmar Loop)
So I was at the BreadCo in The Loop. You were at the table behind me, fairly tall, with curly brown hair and a white jacket-ish thing. I was on my laptop on Facebook with my back to you, and you were reading everything I was saying to my friend over my shoulder. I think you finally stopped when I turned on my webcam. Eventually, you abruptly got up and left, only to return about a half an hour later to retrieve something...and stare at me a little bit longer. If this is you, reply with my friend's name and what we were talking about. You were obviously staring intently enough to know.

Don't worry darling.... -
Anal is a good thing:) LOL

I hope you're happy - w4m -
I hate you now.
You got everything you wanted.
the man who never smiles - w4m - 30 - (heart of west co)
I see you at the gym all the time, and a few times at the store . . . but you never smile.
There were a couple attempts, but it almost seemed painful (literally).
Is it because you are shy? Spoken for? Or (hopefully not) unfriendly?
I will continue to smile & may even say a heartfelt "hi" - just because.
Life is too short not to know the faces you see every day. : D

My God did your butt feel good yesterday and today - m4w - 37 - (East Side)
I was giving you a hard time and you hit me with something so I reached out and smacked your ass. So you did it again. I smacked your ass again and made sure that I really got a good feel for it when I hit it the second time. You smacked me one more time knowing full well that I was going to lay my hand across your ass again. I did and you were smiling and laughing the entire time. Saw you today and you just looked too good to not give it a soft little smack. Told you, I am never going to give up smacking that sexy rearend no matter what!!!!


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