Missed Connections in Hudson Valley, NY: Lady In The Dairy Aisle

Missed Connections in Hudson Valley, NY

Supermarket Aisle by Martin Howard

 

Lady In The Dairy Aisle
Missed Connections in Hudson Valley

You gave out a loud sigh as I passed by,
then you bent over for your yogurt in one of the sexiest ways I have ever seen!

Lovelorn Poets her two cents iconHer Two Cents from the Missed Connections Chief Bottle-Finder:
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – there are tons of supermarket missed connections messages that are posted every single day. This is the first one I’ve seen involving the dairy case (the produce section in very popular as well as health foods). Guess we should all consider what we look like when we’re bending, stretching, or reaching for our items. You never know who might be looking (or in Martin Howard’s case – snapping a photo :-))


Missed Connections in Hudson Valley, NY: The Tragedy of Missed Connections

Missed Connections in Hudson Valley, NY

(untitled) by Phil Hilfiker

 

The Tragedy of Missed Connections
Missed Connections in Hudson Valley

Missed connections are total tragedies, I used to see this girl three times a week.
She was in one of my classes, she was also extremely attractive in my opinion.
There were a few times I thought we made eye contact and there was something there.
She was definitely younger then I am so I never thought to talk to her or anything.
Now the semester is over and I missed my chance.
I doubt she will ever read this so it’s my total loss.
I wanted to share this because I see all of these postings and I think it’s sad.
It’s sad that men hesitate to talk to women, it’s sad that women aren’t more forward.
People should not miss out on talking to people they want to spend time with.
Don’t miss out folks stop and speak to the people you see.
Don’t wait until it becomes a missed connection.

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Her Two Cents from the Missed Connections Chief Bottle-Finder:

Lovelorn Poets her two cents iconMissed connections forums have no shortage of messages encouraging folks to be proactive when they meet someone who interests them. Alas, this is sometimes easier said than done as a meeting can be so fleeting and transitory. In the case of Hudson Vally poet, tho’, this appears to be an instance of  “What will I regret more? The should or the shouldn’t?” (See last year’s message linked above for an excellent xkcd comic visualizing this conundrum.)


Missed Connection in Hudson Valley, NY: Nice Can

Missed Connections in Hudson Valley, NY

Proper Tea by Dan Buczynski

 

Nice can in Walmart Kingston
Missed Connections in Hudson Valley

Hello, you were in self checkout and had garbage cans.
I commented, “hey nice can!”

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Her Two Cents from the Missed Connections Chief Bottle-Finder:

Lovelorn Poets her two cents icon

*sigh* Lines like this one always seems to work well in the movies which deludes people into thinking they’ll be equally as successful in real life. However, unless the person uttering this has a dashing smile, perfect teeth, and a mathematically precise cheekbone-to-jawbone ratio you’re already at a disadvantage. Consider yourself lucky, poet, if you escaped with a withering glance and a slightly ego-saving retort like, “Put a lid on it.” or “Why don’t you recycle that one with someone else?”

 

Missed Connections in Hudson Valley, NY: Snotty Boy on Fulton

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Lovelorn Poet in Hudson Valley, NY: Looking

Looking Missed Connections in Hudson Valley I’ve gone to look for myself. If I should happen to get back before I return, please ask me to wait. NOTE FROM THE MISSED CONNECTIONS CHIEF BOTTLE FINDER: Today we’re featuring three missed connections from the Lovelorn Poets backyard  – the Hudson Valley region of New York. Can […]

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