Friday, July 5, 2013

Craigslist Missed Connections of the Week: Pinocchio Fixations, BART Nostalgia, and More

Posted By on Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:16 AM

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Of Craiglist's many valuable services, perhaps the most important is the Missed Connections. Some can be as simple as a quick description of a person and a setting, and an explanation of how the poster would like to meet up again. Some can be more convoluted, with directions, pictures, maps, and even a secret code or two. And some are painful yawps aimed at the entire universe, decrying the sad events that befall the emotionally over-available. Below are some of our favorite Missed Connections, culled from San Francisco's Craigslist:

In search of a person to get weird with...

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We've never heard of this kind of Pinocchio obsession, but apparently this young broadcaster really needs a fix.

The Dyke March provides endless, or at least three, opportunities for potential hookups...

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Sounds like the pincher may have been looking for a pinch hitter.

Ahh, straight love at the pride parade...

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The Pride parade and related festivities seem to bring out the lover in everyone who attends them, and this odd couple is no different. How about a nun and a calendar boy?


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Is part of standard hang-gliding training how to spot dogs from the sky?

The BART strike isn't just making it hard for people to get to work...

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Apparently it's also making it difficult to watch people and wonder who has done what on those sometimes oh-so-nasty train cars.

Let us know which one of this week's top five you liked the best. More to come every week.

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