Missed Connections: Kismet, destiny, and fate; all of which can be life changing and earth shattering. You never know where one of these fortuitous encounters might happen — in far off exotic locations, where love is all but inevitable, or, alternatively, on Route 10 in majestic Chesterfield County. Yet regardless of where you were this past week, someone else was there, which is why RVA Mag has rounded up the best near misses in the River City.
Get amongst it, Richmond.
“Hey looking for my buddy Jose. I’m back in town and can host. Chat soon.”
“you were a single mom who needed help with bills, we helped each other out, are you still out there? If so, let me know, I’d like to help again.”
“You coming out of the Hyundai Sonata with a smile. Me with the smirk on the patio. I meant to ask you; seahawks or cardinals? I was going to tell you that the score was tied but couldn’t find the words.”
“to the sexy guy who showed me to my appointment…hope you find this! tell me who i was there to see.”
“We were both driving along route 10 towards 288 near the courthouse. We looked at each other and I tried to get closer so I could say something, but I had to turn. You were in a white CRV. I was in a truck. Interested? You’re a girl and I’m a guy.”
“You: Dark and handsome with the friendliest smile I’ve ever seen. You were walking with two other gentlemen toward the escalators.
Me: Light complexion, hair up, pink shirt and black pants, infinitely enchanted with you. I’ve never written one of these before… I feel so silly and know the chances are almost nil.
But we made eye contact for one second past “polite,” and I’m a fan of taking chances.”
“I was browsing as you worked this afternoon. I couldn’t help but notice your golden brown skin and hair. As you talked with someone on the phone, you grabbed your cock several times. If you’re interested in friendship or more, let me know what color shorts you had on.”
“I’m a Black women but you were a Cute White man at restaurant who spoke to me about the men veteran residents I brought there to eat(I’m an Activity Director) You told me you admired what I was doing.”