Years of trolling Craigslist daily has finally paid off: I was recently a missed connection. Behold the glory that is an anonymous female seeking me out:
Barnes & Noble? – w4m – 20
Date: 2006-11-19, 1:23AM EST
Today. Yesterday, rather. You stayed till closing.
I confirmed it was me after an email exchange. She’s an L.A. implant hipster. The first thing she noticed about me, like most girls, was my hair.
When I grew my hair out, I noticed that I would attract a different type of girl. The quantity didn’t change, but now I was spending time with art snobs, hippies, international girls, and emotional crazies.
October 25, 2006
I guess all I have left to accomplish is some sort of massive orgy.Tweet Follow @rooshv
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Do you recall seeing her, or is this completely blind on your end?
Yes, was she attractive? A missed connection is nothing to brag about if she’s not bangable.
haha! one less thing to do on that figurative list.
Found the actual post: http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/mis/243864011.html
Oh that is awesome. :)
I thought I was a missed connection once bc my vanity has no end but alas, after sending an email stating very nicely that I had a boyfriend but thought he was very sweet…that no, it was not in fact for me.
But cmon, red coat, slender, long auburn curly hair and fair skin at the Dupont Metro talking on the phone. Who the hell else is that but ME?
I had this happen to me a couple of years ago. One Monday I was telling a co-worker about this incredibly cute guy I’d been flirting with on the metro that weekend. She suggested I run an “I saw you” ad in the City Paper.
When I picked up the City Paper to see how these things were done, I found that he had already placed an ad for me, describing my look in glowing terms and quoting what I’d said to him.
Of course I got all excited and immediately called the “I saw you” phone line. Oddly, he hadn’t activated his voice mailbox, so I couldn’t actually leave him a message. I tried back several times and even ran a follow-up ad, but never made the connection.
I wouldn’t trade the relationship I’m in now for the world, but every once in a while I wonder what happened to that guy. Did he chicken out? Get run over by a bus? Get back with an old flame or meet someone new and perfect? Simply fail to comprehend the process of activating the voice mail? Who knows; it was all for the best, anyway.
Enjoy it, though, Roosh – it’s definitely an ego boost when it happens. Kudos for actually making the connection!
Dam….Whoop that trick, Whoop that trick.
wow – I like long hair. But I dont’ fit any other catagory, so that makes me “emotional crazy” Who knew????????
This post is a dick tease. Did you go out with her? Did you bang her? Come on man!
It’s a fantasy of mine to be a missed connection. I look at Craig’s List every so often, but so far, nothing.
DC Pimp, I don’t know about you, but when I think ‘dick tease’ I don’t think of another guy’s dirty craiglist hookup story.
Ha ha ha…I left DC without accomplishing a MC, and where I live now nobody’s doing it :(
Like Kassy, I thought I was a MC once. The post even included a reference to my name, which is not that common. Sent him an email, but it was not me. Remebering these very low points to which the city made me fall is what makes me happy again when I miss DC too much.
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Gosh, “L.A. implant hipster”, I’m almost flattered :)
(PS. first thing I noticed was not the hair, but the pen and paper)