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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Touching Melons and Breastfeeding: Craisglist STL Missed Connections

Posted By on Tue, May 12, 2009 at 9:37 AM

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.

I like you; also slammed a volleyball into your face: sunday 5/10 volleyball game - m4m - 18
"you were on the other team from me and your team won 2 of the 3 games...sorry for the serve that hit you in the face you kinda dove too had gorgeous blue eyes with black hair that matched your black i said sorry for the serve that hit that amazing face"

One's never too old for this kind of lovin': Ur 70+ by now? - m4w - 58
"but u had 36dd's so firm, u would breast feed me almost daily, i really miss givin u oral sex until u climaxed, then got on ur knees, the best lover i ever had, miss u"

click to enlarge Touch me. - FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/CROBJ
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Touching melons (not a pun): Produce section at Dierbergs - w4m
"To that tall, well-dressed distinguished looking older gentleman I saw in the produce section at Dierbergs on Saturday. I noticed you handling the melons...those beautiful melons. The way you touched them, ran your fingers across them. Lovingly inspected them for any blemishes or imperfections. Looked them over so carefully, then selected the two you wanted to buy. It just touched me so. I was weak in the knees. I can't even tell you about the other feelings coursing through my body at the time. I wish some man would look at me like that. Touch me like that. I just have to know more about you. You know who you are."

You don't need proof; you sir have faith!:

GREAT Legs in Church : ) - m4w - 38 - (My Pew)

"You might have caught me catching a gaze once, okay twice. Truth is, I couldn't concentrate and still have the visual of your legs burned into my synapses. If you believe I'm talking about you, please tell me which church and provide a picture for proof, please...."

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