Best of RVA Missed Connections: July 10 – July 17

by | Jul 17, 2018 | RICHMOND NEWS, WTF?!

We’re back with an all-new RVA Missed Connections to get you through the rest of the week. In this batch, sparks fly at a local salad bar (Ellwood’s perhaps?), a woman on a tinder date at The Graduate Hotel has a secret admirer, and someone creepily snapping photos of a person walking their German Shepherd at Belle Isle has high hopes for an encounter. Get your popcorn ready and check it out below, Richmond.

My crush (Apartment complex)

We live in the same complex off rt 10 in chester. We’ve made eye contact a few times but never approached each other. You have a daughter close to my son’s age. Im not quite sure what your situation is because you’re typically around without a mate… Here’s to taking chances…

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Woman at the Salad Bar

Sorry if you caught me staring at you while you were at the salad bar Thursday night. You looked so good. I didn’t realize you were pregnant until you turned. You waited in your car and were there when we were leaving.

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Pellets (Richmond)

We enjoyed chatting last night. If you’d like to have a beer with us tonight away from the hotel, tell us your name, where you’re staying, and what kind of pellets you sell…
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The Graduate Rooftop Saturday Night (Richmond)

You: adorable blond…on a tinder date. You know who I am…I’d like to talk to you again

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Belle Isle walking a black German Shepherd (Belle Isle)

Fyi I wasn’t taking pics of you I was just in awe of your dog. I really want a black German Shepard some day. You are very cute though

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Wells Fargo Forest Hill (Forest Hill) 

Not sure why the cl police flagged this. Anyway, your name begins with M and you are always so polite and friendly. Recently, I didn’t have my ID with me, but you said you recognized my face! I’d love to hear from you outside of the teller counter!

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Photo By: Graduate Richmond 

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