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(Buzzfeed)   Here's a breakdown of where the the most common Missed Connections on Craigslist took place broken down state by state. Unsurprisingly 15 states below the Mason Dixon list Walmart as a great place to pick up chicks   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 74
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2013-02-21 12:16:06 PM

padraig: Has there ever been a woman who recognized herself in those classifieds, andvthought it would he a great idea to contact the man ? They always appeared to me as lonely losers ready to interpret the slightest euthanasia evidence of interest.


I have wondered the same thing? I suspect the success rate is about .00001%, if that.
 
2013-02-21 12:18:04 PM
I live in Boise, and avoid Walmart like the plague. When I have gone in there, the beasts I see I wouldn't fark with your dick, and someone else pushing. Ugh, maybe that's where all the dressed down, I popped out 12 kids for my Mormon patriarch women go to seek out solace in a tub of chocolate ice cream before waddling to the clinic to pop out #13.
 
2013-02-21 12:36:16 PM

qualtrough: padraig: Has there ever been a woman who recognized herself in those classifieds, andvthought it would he a great idea to contact the man ? They always appeared to me as lonely losers ready to interpret the slightest euthanasia evidence of interest.

I have wondered the same thing? I suspect the success rate is about .00001%, if that.


I'm thinking they are the same sort of guys who answer chat bots on plenty of fish and ok stupid.
 
2013-02-21 12:52:39 PM
My step brother got a speeding ticket a few years back.  While at court, he saw a girl he thought was cute so he posted a Missed Connections ad on CL. She answered it. I have never heard of a MC ad working before or since.
 
2013-02-21 01:00:40 PM

Slaves2Darkness: WTF Indeed: It appears Indiana has a rash of strangers walking to each others' homes.

No, just incest.


Yup, pretty much that, I'm sure.

I was all proud that we had our own unique label rather than going with "Walmart" as I expected.
Yeaaah, then I read it.

"Sister leaving bathroom in PJs - wow, are you under 250 now? we should hook up - w4m"

/most CL MCs in my area are from Bourgeois Kroger
//occasional one from Ghetto Kroger
 
2013-02-21 01:02:42 PM

treesloth: You have to use the right pickup lines... Something like, "You shouldn't be in the frozen food section."

/Todd
//It's Italian for... extra-special.


Don't marry her under your real name.

/#1 Happy Street
 
2013-02-21 01:12:05 PM
Upstairs at the end of the hall - m4w - 23 (bloomington)

you were wearing a red Hoosiers t-shirt. i was wearing Hoosiers pajamas. you tucked me in and left before i could ask you out. you are a white woman with a bad dye job

- Location: btown
- it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
 
2013-02-21 01:13:50 PM

Rapmaster2000: Kristoph57: abhorrent1: At Home? How does that work?

Cue hot picture of "UPS Delivery Lady" as if those exist.


Tranny.
 
2013-02-21 01:20:28 PM

Wendy's Chili: - Location: btown


HEY, we're incest-free here.  Enough fresh meat at IU to last a lifetime.

You mean Bedford.
 
2013-02-21 01:24:15 PM

Kristoph57: abhorrent1: At Home? How does that work?

Cue hot picture of "UPS Delivery Lady" as if those exist.


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2013-02-21 01:42:45 PM
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2013-02-21 02:20:17 PM

URAPNIS: [static.happyplace.com image 758x616]


"Well, they're brown now"
 
2013-02-21 02:31:26 PM

ThatGuyGreg: *checks Jersey*

Train.

Yup.


Not a surprise at all. I always see people awkwardly try to pick up strangers on the train. I have never seen it work.
 
2013-02-21 02:38:08 PM

Pud: Georgia - The Car. *facepalm* Let me make this perfectly clear. I live there, but I'm not FROM there. That has to count for something. I'm just not sure what


The ads probably read something like this:

"Yo biatch I saw you sittin in yo ride outta da welfare offiss and you was fine as fark i was gonna holla but I was late fo mah child sapote hearin Holla back iffin you want mah dick in yo ass"
 
2013-02-21 02:45:13 PM
I think anyone who thinks "Missed Connections" is "people picking up chicks" has never read a Missed Connections post.

Just imagine the Forever Alone guy being so crushingly lonely that he's posting anonymously on the net asking a girl he saw once to email him.
 
2013-02-21 03:01:58 PM
I've never read any missed connections that didn't make Best of Craigslist, but do any of them seem purposefully vague? For instance:

"I saw you at X department store. You were (insert favorite body type here), had (insert favorite hair color here), and were wearing jeans and a T-shirt. We made eye contact, and I wish I had stopped to say hi. I felt an instant connection that I can only describe as being mystical. "

Put out something similar a couple times a month, and see what happens.
 
2013-02-21 03:10:34 PM

puppetmaster745: I've never read any missed connections that didn't make Best of Craigslist, but do any of them seem purposefully vague? For instance:

"I saw you at X department store. You were (insert favorite body type here), had (insert favorite hair color here), and were wearing jeans and a T-shirt. We made eye contact, and I wish I had stopped to say hi. I felt an instant connection that I can only describe as being mystical. "

Put out something similar a couple times a month, and see what happens.


That would assume that any women read the Missed Connections, and would respond to something so vague. "Wait a minute, I have blond hair and I'm chunky! And I've been to Sears in the last month! I'd better send this stranger an email."
 
2013-02-21 03:34:37 PM

Treygreen13: puppetmaster745: I've never read any missed connections that didn't make Best of Craigslist, but do any of them seem purposefully vague? For instance:

"I saw you at X department store. You were (insert favorite body type here), had (insert favorite hair color here), and were wearing jeans and a T-shirt. We made eye contact, and I wish I had stopped to say hi. I felt an instant connection that I can only describe as being mystical. "

Put out something similar a couple times a month, and see what happens.

That would assume that any women read the Missed Connections, and would respond to something so vague. "Wait a minute, I have blond hair and I'm chunky! And I've been to Sears in the last month! I'd better send this stranger an email."


True... the only women, if any, you would get would be narcissistic as hell.
 
2013-02-21 03:50:40 PM

puppetmaster745: Treygreen13: puppetmaster745: I've never read any missed connections that didn't make Best of Craigslist, but do any of them seem purposefully vague? For instance:

"I saw you at X department store. You were (insert favorite body type here), had (insert favorite hair color here), and were wearing jeans and a T-shirt. We made eye contact, and I wish I had stopped to say hi. I felt an instant connection that I can only describe as being mystical. "

Put out something similar a couple times a month, and see what happens.

That would assume that any women read the Missed Connections, and would respond to something so vague. "Wait a minute, I have blond hair and I'm chunky! And I've been to Sears in the last month! I'd better send this stranger an email."

True... the only women, if any, you would get would be narcissistic as hell.


I've read some just for the lol-factor. Seems to be extremely lonely guys, lonely gay men trying to hook up with some straight guy they saw at the gym shower, and the cryptic airing of some dirty laundry between previously successful connections.
 
2013-02-21 04:23:45 PM
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Wuv, twue wuv.
 
2013-02-21 05:11:58 PM

Rapmaster2000: The Car makes perfect sense for Atlanta.  When you're sitting in 10 lanes of traffic for hours a day, there's plenty of time to look around at the 10 other middle managers from New England.


I read a missed connections ad where a guy wrote an epic poem about how he broke the law by driving in the HOV-3 and saw a cute girl and her friend in a convertible and kept trying to flirt with her. How both cars leap frogged over one another in traffic, dodging a patrol car who was on the look out for violators like the two of them. He wrote what sounded like a sequence in a romantic comedy complete with manic pixie dream girl and then lamented how he had to take the Key Bridge and cut their flirtation short. I thought it was kind of cute.

The rest of the missed connections were exactly how you'd imagine.
 
2013-02-21 05:58:02 PM

deanis: onzmadi: Wisconsin.. Bar...Check.

This. Almost everyone I grew up with met their significant other at a bar. I expect a 13% success rate for their relationships.


If your parents were born, raised, met, and conceived you in Wisconsin, it is overwhelmingly likely that one or more of those steps occurred in or near a bar.

///Completely unrelated to the article, but tangential to my post, Lewis Black discussing drinking in WI.  Nothing he says is inaccurate.
 
2013-02-21 06:45:19 PM

WTF Indeed: It appears Indiana has a rash of strangers walking to each others' homes.


I was thinking the same thing....at first I was like come on Ohio...then I saw Indiana.
 
2013-02-21 09:51:02 PM

the_chief: Are they getting dressed up to go to Walmart?


Yes, unlike when they shop at the Dr. Dollar.
 
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