Everyone is looking for that special someone to cozy up with due to the recent blizzard. Denver folk are reaching out to those who have caught their eye, paying up compliments through Craigslist Missed Connections. Here are few missed connections that take place throughout the Denver area, you might be on the list!
A CURVY GIRL AND AN UNREMARKABLE BOY
Subway on 120th and Chase - m4w (Denver): "You rang up my delicious sandwich and diet soda. You are gorgeous with your curves, dark almost shoulder length hair, blue eyes. I am... unremarkable. I was in my work clothes. You wouldn't remember me. But I'm fun. And gainfully employed. Want to hang out? We can play mini golf or drink whiskey or both."
KEEP YOUR HEAD UP
Forest Room 5 - m4w - 35 (Denver): "To the girl who had a dud E-Harmony date... Keep your head up. You'll be just fine. You seem like a catch."
YOU SEEMED PRETTY HIPSTER...
Valentine's night Barracudas restaurant - w4w (Denver): "Me and my friends were sitting at a booth. You walked in with three guys and you were the only girl. I guess they didn't have chicken wings so you all left but before that my friend pointed at me and told you I thought you were cute... I got shy. Pretty mad at myself for not at least getting your name. As you were walking out you turns around and smiled at me. I will never forget that. You seemed pretty hipster... short brown hair, maybe a black jacket or shirt, I'm thinking jeans (skinny jeans)? I hope someone sees this. I'd like to talk to you or something..."
THE RIGHT DOSE OF CUTE
You work at Sprouts Highland - m4w (38th): "You were stocking vitamins and asked if I needed help. I was looking for a specific kind of vitamin. You were cute, very cute! I'm interested."
Snowball fight?! Downtown Denver - w4m - 21(19th and Larimer): "I stumbled upon a crowd (3) guys, and asked if you wanted to have a snowball fight. Of course, you all were freezing and didn't wanna play... But one of you caught my eye and we spoke about how cute I was. I wish I could have gotten your name and number. Nothing's worse than knowing you missed the change, and may never have the opportunity again."