Top Ten Denver Craigslist Missed Connections on Valentine's Day 2015

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Number 5: hotel elevator - m4w (quality inn)

To the beautiful lady in the elevator at the quality inn. We made eye contact a few times in the parking lot then we both got drinks and continued to the elevator where I asked which floor u were going.

I couldn't help myself but stare as you walked out I found myself wanting to say something but by the time it came out it was too late.

Hoping we can connect on here message me telling me what floor you were going to and what you had on so I know its you . hope to talk to you soon. ;)

Number 4: We had a fantastic dance... — w4m (Baker St)

I wanted to say a lot of things...

You are great on the dance floor.

You smelled amazing!

I didn't realize you were married and I'm sorry for putting you in an awkward position.

Hope you had as much of a good time as I did!

Number 3: Starbucks — Saturday 02/14 - hearing aids — m4m (16th street mall)

Saturday morning at Starbucks at 16th and Blake. You mentioned to me that you have a cochlear implant and we talked briefly about being hearing impaired. Let's talk more.

Do you remember my name and the color of my hearing aids?

Number 2: JEFF FROM DUI CLASS (denver)

You're such a cutie! I want to make out with you. Let's play today. If you think you're him, give me your number and which DUI class we share, and which night. I'll rock your world!

Number 1: The Longest Walk of Shame — w4m

Oy! The pity phuck and its inevitable back fire. Just the thought of your old creepy fingers blasting away at my lady parts makes me want to puke. I'm glad your penis didn't work. It's the only thing I enjoyed about our time together.

I must have been outta my mind. Sure I was drunk, stoned and lonely. But you are way too old and way out of your league. Certainly you're one lucky son of a bitch.


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