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A Preponderance of Polka Dots!

With a title about polka dots, I know the question on the tip of your tongue is:┬áhas there been a Missed Connection for a girl in an itsy bitsy, teenie weenie, yellow polka dot bikini? Before you go any further, … Continue reading

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Cute, Cuter, Cutest

I don’t know about you, but May has been kind of a blah month for me, what with the rain, and the fluctuating pressure (migraine fail!)… and at times I’ve felt like I could use a little extra cheering up. … Continue reading

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It’s a beautiful day in my neighbourhood

Maybe I’m a neighbourhood snob, or perhaps it’s just that familiar street names and places catch my eye more than suburban gas stations and stuff. At any rate, I’ve noticed that I am often drawn to Missed Connections that take … Continue reading

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Sickeningly in love

Quite the imagery in this one…

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Hipsters are too cool for Missed Connections

“You will likely never read this since hipsters are too cool for missed connections.” Stating that the intended subject probably won’t see the Missed Connection about them is one of the oldest tropes in the Missed Connections book. And it … Continue reading

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A study in contrasts

Two messages I spotted from last Saturday highlight the rather extreme range of Missed Connections posts. Both are what I consider “true” Missed Connections – posts for a relatively unknown person, whom the writer has no other means of contacting. … Continue reading

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Missed Connections on transit: Planes, trains, and automobiles…or streetcars & fixies

With the build-up to today’s municipal election (polls are open – go vote!), I’ve been thinking a lot about what issues are important to me, and which I’d like my chosen candidates to support as well. I definitely value well-funded … Continue reading

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