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Monday, October 31, 2011

Missed Connections, Halloween Edition

Posted By on Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 11:00 AM

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Craigslist's Missed Connections are always fun. They're even more fun at Halloween. Three of our favorite missed connections from this weekend below.


To the 4 different girls I saw dressed up as Annie Hall last night - w4w - 32 (Cleveland Ohio)

I don't know why all of a sudden it's in vogue to be a 23yr old dressed up as Annie Hall, but you might have saved yourself the money you spent on a hat you will probably never wear again, and just gone as Zoey Deschanel, cause it's the same damn thing. Also, you should aspire to date better men, Woody Allen as a boyfriend sucks. And please promise yourself right now to never make a movie with Jack Nicholson.

Ouch.

Dana in TMNT Costume - m4w - 22 (lakewood OH)

saw you crying your ass off outside of a bar about to get arrested, it was pathetic

stay home you dumb fucking bitch

love,
GilaMonsta

Ouch ouch.

Fetish Playland Halloween Ball - w4m - 23 (Lakewood)

I was the girl in the cage- you were the married couple (the woman was a marionette) that were totally sexy and knew how to grope, haha. I can't seem to find you on SLS... Want to meet up sometime? Let me know!

"This is my new friend Kelly and she likes to be groped!"

Well, at least we ended on a happy note.

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