The five best local musical missed connections on Craigslist, illustrated for your amusement

The Ogden. 3/1 (Denver) This is for the guy with the long hair at the Griz show near the bar. I don't know who you are but the odor that was emitting from your hair was horrendous. I can't not even begin to explain how bad you smell. This wasn't just a few days without washing your hair, this was almost as if you straigtened your greasy locks with two hot, spoiled onions. It usually doesn't bother me if someone smells but the fact that your proceeded to whip your hair around like an idiot caused the smell to woft to three innocent bystanders (my friends and I). So I beg of you, please shower, shave or head, or do something to reduce the musty scent of your hair as that should be a crime against humanity.

See also: - The five best local musical missed connections on Craigslist, 2/25/13 - Missed Connections from Westword Music Showcase 2011 - Missed Connections from STS9 at Red Rocks

Gorgeous Girl from Global Music Festival 2010 - m4w (RedRocks) I know its along shot, and it has been a long time. But i visited denver to goto Global Electronic Music Festival in 2010 from Canada. I had a Orange shirt with a blue hand that had an eye in the middle of it. You came up and asked me if i wanted a dip, and if i wanted to make out. I couldnt at the time because i was there with someone, but believe me i wanted to more than anything...and looking back i should have. You were so gorgeous about 5'4 with dark long hair. I was pretty high at the time and we talked only for alittle bit, but for some reason i always look back at that moment and think that i missed out on the girl of my dreams. Maybe its a long shot who knows, but i figured why not. If you're out there, id like to say wassup.

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