Best of RVA Missed Connections 5/8/18-5/15/18

by | May 15, 2018 | RICHMOND NEWS, WTF?!

Look alive Richmond, Missed Connections is back with a whole new batch of spicy encounters for your weekly dose of entertainment. This go around, a woman is looking for her lost catch from Plenty Of Fish, love blooms at Boulevard Flowers, and a Lidi cashier checks out a girl with tattoos. All that and more below.

your dog in a hot vehicle… ? (Richmond)

It’s getting hot in cars already. And if I see yours clearly in distress, out goes a window and out come the police to charge you and get you on TV. It’s not all about you…. it’s about people not inclined to put up with your inflicting suffering and death on a dog ( or child ) in your car while you ‘just ran in a minute’…

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POF man (richmond)

We were talking last night on POF and you were voicing your frustration about the site and how women don’t respond or disappear. This morning I noticed your profile and our messages were gone. I assume you got sick of it but I would like to meet up with you. This is a long shot but I’ll give this a shot.

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 Zata cafe forest hill ave. (foresthill)

Miss VL- -5–, stunning!! We have missed the opportunity 3 times now due to circumstance and I may be moving soon so…I will try for you here. I’m long Blonde and Blue driving the green whom loves dogs too!

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I-64 nice show (New Kent)

We were at the same location a couple weeks ago and had a brief exchange. Reply to post here.

Lidl cutie with tattoos/removal scars

You came through my line and were buying a bunch of plants, I enjoyed talking, and I’d love to be friends!
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We used to work together. You’re beautiful and kind. I miss working with you, and I think about you often. I would love to catch up sometime.
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Boulevard Flowers (Chester)

You were the young woman working the “florist” last Saturday dressed in a skirt and large sunglasses. We passed at least once, and I thought you were extremely cute. 🙂
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Photo By: PlentyOfFish

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