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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

How To Pick Up Boys While Shopping for a Pregnancy Test

Posted By on Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 2:00 PM

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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Pregnancy test - I know this is weird - w4m - 19 - (Walgreens)
"I saw you in the snack aisle. I'm sure you were checking me out because my shirt was a deep V-neck and I was showing cleavage. I hope I didn't scare you away when you saw the pregnancy test in my shopping cart. Please don't judge me, based on this. It was negative anyway."

to the barely legal boy I kissed at Natsucon - w4m - (stl)
Do you wanna do it again?


Yes, I'm awake -
I haven't seen you since the beginning of summer, and I miss you like crazy. My ego is bruised from the conversation, but I knew better than to let myself fall for you. You told me not to, I told myself not to, but I did it anyway. I keep trying to come up with a reason to reach out to you, but there is no justification. It's clear that it's over, and you are happier without me in your life than you were with me in it. I wish I could say the same. I'm miserable. You were the best part of my life. No one else is good enough anymore.

RE:IM AWAKE TOO -
"HOW ABOUT INITITALS FOR THIS PERSON WHO YOU ARE SPEAKING OF OR SOMEMORE INFORMATION. BECAUSE HONEY IF ITS FOR ME, IM MISREABLE WITHOUT YOU AND I WANT YOU IN MY LIFE. AND I MISS YOU LIKE CRAZY. I HAVEN'T SEEN YOU SINCE THE BEGINNING OF SUMMER AND THE LAST CONVEVERSATION WE HAD WAS TERRIBLE. I AM FROM ILLINOIS, IS THIS FOR SOMEONE IN ILLINOIS??"

RE: RE:IM AWAKE TOO - -
"This is for someone in Missouri. Sorry."  

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