Have you ever been the subject of a Craigslist Missed Connection?
Did you respond?
Yes. And I did respond. It's just too salacious to discuss here however.
I was jogging the same streets each day at the same time wearing actual running shorts.
CL ad described me, where and when I run. I did respond. It was a 16 year old kid wanting what flopped in my shorts. No way, that was the end of that.
I knew a straight guy who wrote some of those. I didn't know that people actually ever recognised themselves. Or maybe it's just not going to happen wrt straight women.
Yes, but the guy kept making excuses not to meet. Even though he places the ad. A few weeks later, he found a dysfunctional relationship to brag and moan about on Facebook until it disintegrates.
I assume that I have been.
[quote]I assume that I have been.
Sorry sweetie, the question was missed connections not botched abortions.
I read them to see if there are any MC's from my gym, just to see if I can recognize who is looking for whom.
Yes. Had high hopes but it was like having sex with a dead fish.
Twice. Once was a guy I made eye contact with and once was with a trick four years earlier.
Right like someone wants an AIDS infest homo.
Unless you're into humps and purple blotches.
Awww, don't give up yet, r10! They do say there's someone for everyone.
R10, I think you mean "AIDS-infestED homo." Anyway, F&F.
I know I'm a prude, but whenever I check out its men looking for men category I am horrified by what I see. I can't be alone in this sentiment, can I?!
R13, I get embarrassed by the m4m ones that make it completely obvious who they're talking about. Like a store employee. They don't stop to think that person doesn't want to be recognized as a cockgobbler.
[quote] I did respond. It was a 16 year old kid wanting what flopped in my shorts. No way, that was the end of that.
Why? 16 is legal age.
90% of them are all posted by the same shy twink who posts a Missed Connection for every cute guy that comes into his Old Navy/gym that day.