WNRN + RVA Magazine Present
THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS
TUE, 31 DEC 2019 at 09:00PM EST
Ages: 18 & Over
Doors Open: 08:00PM
WNRN + RVA Magazine Present
THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS
TUE, 31 DEC 2019 at 09:00PM EST
Ages: 18 & Over
Doors Open: 08:00PM
Welcome to another week of Missed Connections, in which we learn that the heart wants what it wants, even when that thing might not be what’s best for you. We also learn that the recent colder temperatures might just be afflicting our MC posters’ fingers, as ads are more terse than ever this week. We’re guessing lots of you are just hurrying to finish typing your posts so you can put your gloves back on. Suggestion: wait til you get where you’re going to let the world know about your missed connection. If you forget it by the time you get there, was it really worth posting about?
There’s also a lot of food talk in this week’s Missed Connections… I guess the temps are also fueling our nesting instincts, meaning we all want to cuddle up with a warm plate of delicious eats. How long before these posts become dominated by talk of “Netflix and chill” in front of the fireplace? At this rate, I give it three weeks.
And finally, of course, we’ve got some questions from a straight guy who, from the sound of it, might not be so straight after all. If any of our readers still feel like they need permission from the world to explore options beyond strictly hetero couplings, well, I’m officially giving it to you.
Let your rainbow flag fly, Virginia.
title says it all.
Miss you even though we never really got along and I’m sure you think about me too. BB.
The sandwiches on the second floor were better.
I was disappointed you couldn’t wait on me.
I hope you will next time. When you look at me I want to eat more than pizza.
You are one Beautiful waitress
You are a waitress and waited on me saturday
afternoon.You are beautiful and i would love to get know you. Let me know the name of the restaurant
The gorgeous brunette walked in Huddle House in Landstown area of Virginia Beach. You was wearing a blue top and gray pants your clothes showed off your amazing body perfectly. But anyway I was amazed by your beauty. You walked in with this bold head guy and I don’t know if he is a Bf or a Co-Worker but if you are not seeing anyone or if you are looking for some fun outside of your relationship I would love to help you with that. I would love to meet up and have a drink and talk sometime.
To the most beautiful woman I ever seen in my life. You came into CHKD LANDSTOWN round 8am with your son to check in. I wish I could’ve talk to you and see if you are a single mother or not because I would love to ask you out. You was wearing all black and on your high heels boots you had like a gray Scarf tied around your boots. You are Incredibly sexy and I would love meet up for drinks and see we’re it can go.
I have a question and need advice from goodlooking Str8 straight or openminded guys. I’m a similar Goodlooking fit guy, and cannot ask my buddies.
Question – Have you ever had another dude come on to you, or offer to do stuff for you, and what did you do?
You are a thick short chick. I think you work in the building behind Penny Lane. I see you daily. You’re sexy and I want to get your number.
This is not really a missed a connection since we never did talk, but more of a missed opportunity. You sang “Give it Away” at karaoke last night (Saturday), and you were there with a friend. I just thought you were really hot and tried to not look obvious catching glimpses of you all night, since I wasn’t there alone, but then again, neither were you though I’m almost positive you were there with just a friend. Wish you were naked when you sang that song lol.
We spoke in line at the deli today around noon. You had on your work uniform. If you see this tell me where you work or if you’re on qwikmeet tell me what name you go by.
Noticed you in Food lion- working on lights. You mid 40’s, dark hair, scruff, looks like plump ass.
You looked to be checking a couple guys out. What are you into?
Went in with my roomate his service engine light was on.i was in passenger side.you came out to scan the car and had a sexy accent possibly russian or german? Are you single? Are you looking?Whats your name? Tell me what i had with me so i know its you.
We met yesterday in the makeup isle, you said I was handsome you would like to hang out sometime. I was wearing jeans a grey t-shirt and black beanie. You were wearing a black dress brown knee high boots and you had brunette hair. Lets meet tonight I am available and would love to make you dinner and have a few drinks. Please respond if you remember me.
Dark haired babe with the full sleeve. You’re super pretty and I would like to get to know you.
I met some great guys driving Saturday night. So you know who I am, Im a tall beefy hairy guy, that drives for charity. Hit me up if you know who I am.
Had a great time chatting with you yesterday on our Uber ride. Hope you had a good day and maybe we will meet again soon.
You were my lyft driver to take me back to my car. Thought we connected pretty good. I’m a male so are you. We were talking about cars and what each cars brand stood for. If you see this and wanna chill let me know what your second car is.
You mouthed something to me when I walked past. It would be fun to run into each other again. Tell me what you said.
we used to chat about everything , loved our secret meetings when we did years back,, always think of you! wish you would say hello again. my first initial is R I am male you female first and last intials A. Z. would love to hear from you!
MWM that stopped to fix your flat. You were a fine black woman that needed a pump. Is it you?
I am tired of seeing you at a distance and I would like to speak again. I am kicking myself for not getting digits from you when we last spoke. You know where I live and my phone number is right on my van. Call me, girl and let’s get together soon.
Hey star if you see this hit me back. I gave you my number this morning.
I was watching you shoot pool most of the evening, I had to leave, so if you are interested in some relaxation, I live in Port Norfolk not far away. You are welcome to stop by, safe, clean and discreet older guy.
I miss the days we used to hang out which was long ago
My 46 birthday came and went and I couldn’t help thinking of you
It’s been too long, let’s reconnect
I’m headed out of town for the weekend but would love to start emailing again and see about finding time to get together
So we work together, although we really dont say much other than saying hi and maybe complaining a little about the day, but I always catch you looking at me and vice versa so I just wondered if there was something there.
It could be this is all just a misreading but the way your face lights up every time I say hi to you.. it makes me wonder because you are gorrrrgeous.
Anyway if this reaches the intended person, tell me your name and where we work (and maybe a picture) and I’ll hit you back up!
Through his camera lens focused on motorcycles, photographer Liam Kennedy makes his home on the open road and inside the bike community.
Candid but clear, and often colorful, the photos of Norfolk’s Liam Kennedy tell a visual story of life on the road in modern motorcycle culture. His photos follow Virginia’s subculture throughout the Old Dominion and across the country.
“I think motorcycles attract someone who wants to be free,” Kennedy said. “A motorcycle, from the outside, looks like a violent activity — but in reality, it’s nothing like that. It’s the closest you can get to feeling like you’re flying.”
Kennedy came to the profession through his background in the military; he was a photojournalist for eight years, and did his formal training as a Mass Communications Specialist in the U.S. Navy. On the heels of his years in the service, he’s found a calling for his work within his own subculture of motorcycle enthusiasts. Between planning cross-country trips and traveling back and forth to Richmond, he’s made a place for himself in the statewide community of riders and builders.
“In Virginia, people are very interconnected with each other,” Kennedy said. “The culture is the same from Norfolk to Richmond. We all know people in each area, but there isn’t one scene over the other — there’s a competitive aspect to what we do, I suppose, but you’re hard-pressed to find that around here. There are no real bike shows where people are winning big awards (at least with our kind of choppers, anyway). It’s hard to explain; we enjoy riding, we like unique bikes, and there are a lot of talented people in Richmond, Portsmouth, and Norfolk. I don’t build bikes, but I can appreciate what some of these people are doing.”
Kennedy plans to make his official move to the River City within the next few months. While he’ll make Richmond his home base, much of his time will still be spent on the road, working as a freelance photojournalist and documenting his travels from coast to coast.
“It just so happens that Richmond has been my landing base for the last two years. I really found a sense of community there,” Kennedy said. “I wish I could tell you what it is about Richmond — in my whole life, I’ve never lived in a place more than five years, but for what I enjoy doing, for my lifestyle, Richmond fits the bill. It’s a very transient town, so someone coming and going is not unheard of.”
It’s been five years since Kennedy found his love for motorcycles, and he purchased his first bike shortly after in 2015. While he’s started learning the mechanics of the bike and doing its maintenance work in the last year, the main thing he operates on a motorcycle will always be his camera.
“I am operating my motorcycle while I’m shooting photos. I’m shooting from the hip, I’ll take my arms off the bar. I’m an idiot,” Kennedy laughed. “I grew up in Indiana, I took high school film and digital classes and was big into filming skateboarding when I was 16… I still skateboard, and I’ve been skateboarding since I was five years old. I do photo and video work for Cardinal Skate Shop down in Norfolk.”
Filming skateboarding videos was Kennedy’s introduction to working with photo and video media, and he pursued it through his younger years until he came to the end of high school. When he was faced with the decision to either be kicked out of his house during school or join the military, he chose the latter — and with an interest sparked by high school photography classes and filming his friends skateboarding, he joined the Navy with a rank concentration in Mass Communications. Later, through the military, he enrolled at Syracuse University in New York.
“It’s funny how much art you actually see when you’re in the military,” Kennedy said. “For instance, all the command logos — somebody had to make and design those. And generally, they’re by someone in their command, or someone who does my job. We’re trained to do photo, video, AP Style journalism, and graphic design… The military is one of the best things that’s ever happened to me. I learned a lot about life, not just in my job, but with the people and where they come from.”
Kennedy’s professional equipment of choice is usually a Nikon D4, and he uses a Nikon D610 for personal use as well as a Nikon f100 for 35mm shooting. His name carries award-winning photojournalism with his work, which has taken him from the continental United States to many small corners of the world.
“I did an article in the Philippines in 2013 after a bad typhoon hit the area, Operation Damayan. We went there to deliver relief aid,” Kennedy said. “I’m probably more reckless with gear than I should be, but the hardest part of those situations is having to detach yourself from the reality of what’s happening. Photographing people who may not be alive anymore, or who may have just lost their house; being respectful to them while getting the story, and trying to relay that information to people who have no idea what’s happening. Photographing protests is natural. I become detached when the lens goes up to my face — like I’m just watching a movie. I’m not happy or sad, I’m just there.”
These days, it may seem like Kennedy’s passion lies in the motorcycles themselves, but in reality it’s the people who ride them that provoke his affinity for the bikes. He rides a 1999 1340cc Evo Big Twin chopper.
“Choppers are so stripped-down and basic. Choppers are teaching me patience and how to work with my hands. We’re losing craftsmen every day,” Kennedy said. “We’re losing people who know these machines and how to work on them. [In photography], I’m trying to preserve these men and women who work on the machines in some sort of fashion. I don’t want some kid to forget and think everything is automated; sometimes you’ve got to work with your hands and get dirty.”
The adventure comes with the ability of a motorcycle to turn a simple means of transportation into a wilder experience of motor freedom. When society has come as far as it has in technology, Kennedy notes, we have a tendency to forget where we’ve been, and the foundation that was laid many years ago which allows modern tech to thrive as it does today. The functionality of older and antique motorcycles — especially Harley Davidsons — is simpler, but temperamental in ways unique to each bike.
“Breaking down is part of the fun,” Kennedy said. “It’s not really fun when the vehicle does it all for you. The motorcycles — I could take them or leave them. It’s really the people I enjoy. Without the people, we wouldn’t have the bikes. We wouldn’t have this kind of folklore around it.”
Kennedy’s Harley has seen many miles of open road, not only in Virginia but in trips across North America. He’s had breakdowns that forced him to leave his bike on the side of the road in Arizona overnight, and he’s been stuck on a mountain in San Diego as it started to snow. Riding cross-country from Virginia Beach to Mexico, he teamed up with a group of friends to begin a major trip crossing national borders.
“We were in New Mexico, and my buddy lost his gas cap. We had already pulled over four or five times that day, people were breaking down and losing stuff,” Kennedy said. “We couldn’t get out of Albuquerque for whatever reason, and while we were looking for the gas cap, my buddy Ethan found a $100 bill. So we ended up buying a new gas cap. We were trying to make it back through New Mexico, and the sky split in two — pitch black on one side, and bright daylight on the other. We were about to have a very bad time in a few minutes… everything just opened up with hail, wind, and no shelter to stop at. So we just had to keep riding through it.”
As long as there are folks still out there willing to take something apart in order to learn how to put it back together, craftsmanship stays alive. It’s kept by those with the due diligence required for the impressive skills, and Kennedy is one who keeps this brand of freedom alive and well-documented — providing proof that society might not have changed as much as we think. When it comes down to these individuals, after all these years, some still prefer to hear the pull and chug of an antique chopper over the hiss of modern mechanics.
Kennedy is set to head out on another cross-country trip in June, seeing the Pacific Northwest and traveling back through an outline of the United States.
“I just do my own thing. I go wherever the wind takes me that week.”
Written By Ethan Malamud and Caley Sturgill. Photos by Liam Kennedy
We voted last week here in Virginia and this seems to have had an effect on the Missed Connections this week. So if you worked at the polls last Tuesday and found yourself eyeing a handsome young voter, then you just might have a post waiting for you below.
We’ve also got flexible dead ringers for Drew Barrymore, lusty UberEats drivers, and plenty of Kroger shoppers keeping the larder stocked with love. And hey, if you’re Connie who drives the BMW and shops at the Food Lion, it seems you’ve got your own little fan club going this week. Make these men some meatloaf already!
But hey, if you’re going to use a 50-cent word in your Craigslist ad, we just want to warn you to look it up first. Because let me tell you, it’s doubtful anyone’s dress is particularly famished (which means hungry), no matter what color it is.
Get those dictionaries out, Virginia.
He alway wore a shirt that said I’m not gay but 20 bucks is 20 bucks. Lol
I came in to polls at about 6:30 P.M., wearing heavy gray coat, had a mustache and goatee. You had pink nails and black nylons. Your name was Exim? You told me but I’m not sure how to spell it.
You’re a good looking gal. Didn’t get chance to go back and talk – drinks sometime on me? I live just around the corner.
You used to call me that. I have missed hearing that this past year.
I hate the way things ended between us. But i guess when one person wants to be in a committed relationship and the other doesn’t, it’ll never work. Just wish I hadn’t of fallen in love with you. (you never knew that part)
Even thou we met here, I’m sure you don’t look at this anymore. I just needed to vent.
Drew Barrymore look alike
You are pretty flexible and I bought you a drink. You are gorgeous and easy to talk to. Your name was Kara? Cara? Tara?
To the beautiful woman who pulled up next to me at wawa , we exchanged eye contact and you smiled , I wanted to say something to you but I was too shy. You had Tennessee plates. I know this is a long shot but if you see this I would love to buy you a drink or hang out. What was I wearing so I know it’s you.
Friday night 6ish at the Midlothian Blvd. Food Lion near Salisbury. You were going home to make meatloaf, I gave you few tips. Wish I had offered more. We talked about Jazz Fest, you did that in New Orleans. You driving a black BMW. I would love to have more conversation
You were making meatloaf, tired of chicken. I don’t cook at home because I do that all day long. You driving a black BMW, smoldering, beautiful eyes. I offered to cook for you, that offer is open anytime. You really woke me up.
Saw you today in the soup isle, I bumped into some and they fell, I apologized, you said it was all good.
If you see this, hmu
To the absolutely beautiful woman I saw at Kroger today around 5pm. We shared looks and smiles. I was in a bit of a rush, so I couldn’t stop and say anything. I know this is a long shot, but hoping you see this and we can get in touch.
We were both in Kroger around 10:40 this morning and we kept running into each other. Every time you would look and smile. I was the girl in the yellow sweater, hoodie, and patterned leggings who looked like I just woke up. If you see this and still thought I was cute, hit me up 😂
You were at Kroger 11/5 long black hair Levi jeans driving a Nissan. looking amazing!! If you think this was you and your not attached get back to me.
You were at Dick’s a long while back. We chatted, looked but didn’t find what either of us wanted to buy. Walked out together and had a nice conversation in the parking lot. I wish we’d exchanged contact info, but we didn’t. I know it’s a slim chance you’ll see this, but if you do and remember me get in touch.
Wow… All i can say is you are AMAZINGLY gorgeous!! I delivered you food last week, and I could barely speak when you opened the door! Wish I could’ve said something at the time… doubt you’ll see this but had to try. Tell me what you were wearing when you came to the door, or what food you ordered so I know it’s you!!
I wish I had an opportunity to speak with you today. I would have asked for you number. You are a beautiful asian female. And you were not alone.
Looking for Nicole, you were next to me on the left at The National in Richmond, on the left front part right next to the stage. We clicked very well, and I regret not getting your number. I hope we can reconnect
We met about 5 or 6 years ago. Your name is Justin and you lived with your family in Yorktown, when we first started to talking you were still in high school and when you graduated you wanted to study fashion. I found you at a Pier Party one summer and ran into you at some of clubs around Tidewater. We chatted for a few years. I had your phone number but it was changed. I the main reason for the message is just to see if you are okay. You were a friend so if you see this, please let me know.
I am a retired man and am looking for a partner to do morning mall walking. Exercise is important. Use it or lose it.
We chatted at Miller’s and I know you wanted more, and I would definitely give it to you. Tell me what you were wearing and let’s get together.
I wanted to apologize to the cashier for starring to hard. I have never seen someone has gorgeous as you and couldn’t help but stare. I won’t put your name out there but it started with a R. This was yesterday around 4:45-5.
You are the woman with the dark hair, you were working on the computer yesterday, November 10th, at about 10:30. I offered to help…. You’re gorgeous. Maybe we can meet?
Truck driver picking up a shed thank it read a miller trucking or transport heading east on rt 60 I pulled over so you could get by we both smiled and waved at one another I was hopeing you would have stopped and chatted if you see this I know it’s a long shot what color car was I driving ,thanks if you see this add and hit me back.
You were in front of me at Costco – buying only one thing – Crest teeth whitener. We exchanged a few words. So… let’s chat a bit more. If you have snap or qwikmeet tell me your handle.
You made my day with your smile-so much that I needed to leave. Thank You-That is all
You are astonishingly beautiful. I come in there at least twice a week and would like to get to know you, if you’re single. I’m Tommy and a white male.
To the cute middle aged guy in the jeans and sweater with black hair, we were walking out the door near each other. Tell me what you were looking at when I first saw you. I hope you see this and respond. If you’re on okhookup tell me what name you go by.
M4F you came into my room. We talked about some commonalities. Loved our convo, your smile and eyes, and our hand shake.
Prove to me that you know who this is…. 🤔
cute guy in mens room asked me about my watch. HMU
I’ve come in there a few times to get rid of some games and you’ve helped me once or twice. I’m a mild gamer, nothing too hard but I just wanted you to know that I think you are astonishingly beautiful and I wouldn’t mind talking/getting to know you. I hope to hear from you.
Hello, I hope you get to see this you drive a grey odyssey Honda van and we flirted with each other today. Told you I would make you do something. And you said you needed to do it badly (lol) if you think this is you . Tell me what we talked about and exactly where I work. Would love to make it come true
Today around 2:50 to 3:00 pm you a beautiful blond, wearing a famished brown dress came into verizon. We made eye contact quite a few times. Me: I was standing at a counter near the accessories. Had glasses on. Prove it’s you and tell me what color or kind of shirt & or pants I was wearing. Should have spoken to you as I didn’t see a ring, but I had to go. You are very attractive.
I stopped by for a class. You had short blonde hair, were wearing grey “pink” coat and had on black pants. We exchanged a few what seemed to be interested looks at each other. If this is you and you’re interested, comment back with what I was doing and what I look like.
You were at the playground today with a young boy & two smaller girls. There was a party at the community center but you weren’t a part of it. You drove a silver 4 door car, had on slim fit addidas bottoms & flip flops. You were sexy AF!!!!! When I walked out you ran out in front of me to get your son & said sorry. I’d love to chat with you, see where things go, if you know who I am then describe me…….
It’s voting day here in the Commonwealth, and the connection with your polling place is definitely one you should not miss if you’re a registered voter. You can learn where you vote by entering your voter registration information at Virginia’s Citizen Portal, and you can figure out who’s on your ballot (so you can cram in some last-minute research before heading over there) by entering your home address at Ballotpedia.
OK, now that we’ve got the serious stuff out of the way, let’s talk about this week’s Missed Connections. There are definitely some hotties out there encouraging you to get out and vote, but we’ve also got our usual bumper crop of longing looks at the grocery store — now that’s what I call a meat market — and the Wawa (always). This week there are also some classic car fans kicking it old-school out in the country and some handsome metalheads who aren’t around quite often enough.
And hey, stick around until the end for a brief description of the events at the dry cleaner in downtown Spotsylvania. Don’t worry, it’s way less intense than that sounds.
Go vote, Virginia.
You corrected me on my polling place. You are pretty. Byeeee.
I can’t stop thinking about you and how cute you are. First ran into you in the bakery, then again in the wine section. You have the cutest smile and the perfect “dad bod”, with your incredibly cute preppy style. I am sure you were wondering why a woman in her 30s was looking your way and smiling, and possibly going out of her way to see you. I got really excited when you smiled back and asked me about a couple of bottles of wine, but I got way to nervous to take the conversation further. Now I am kicking myself for not taking that opportunity to say more, tell you I was really into you and that I have a thing for handsome middle aged men and that we should get together for drinks and get to know each other better. But I did not and now I am here posting this because it is easier to post this ad from home where you’ll likely never see it.
I was buying Halloween makeup and your daughter picked some out for me l found you very attractive. I’m older so don’t know if you have any interest.. would like to hear from you
It’s a bit chilly out there, let’s see if we can warm each other up! Make a new connection and help each other get warm and cozy.
To the cute, hunky guy who always wears Anthrax shirts: I used to see you around and at work all the time. Now that I finally have the nerve to ask you out, you haven’t been in for a while. Are you still out there??
I enjoyed talking with you this afternoon about the cars. You are very attractive. Maybe we can chat sometime.
You bumped your head on a light while cleaning that table. I was laughing at something else when I looked over and saw you…
We were gassing up Sunday midday, you had a sort of tan/beige truck. Beautiful hair, smile and profile. We smiled at each other a few times, you were joined by another woman upon departure and you gave me a nice wave as you headed out. If you see this and travel some, perhaps you’d like to meet again? Put something about me or my vehicle in the subject so I know it’s not spam. Thanks!
Love your outfit this morning. You look hot!
You were the very fit guy, possible Marine, in front of me in long line inside Wawa. I’m the goodlooking dark haired guy with whom you joked how hungry you were just leaving the gym. I’m looking for a similar wingman for post-workout fun.
We met a few years ago. It was an instant attraction as we both shared a love of music and nature. I was your biggest risk… your greatest mystery… and the most certain thing you had ever known…
I met you guys after Big Wild played a show at the National and we hung out. We went to a few bars and generally had a cool time. At the end of the night I gave you guys a ride back to your Airbnb and you were using my spotify and said “cool you like pup!?”
This is a weird way to get in contact..but I feel like we were all having a good time hanging out and one of us should have gotten the other’s phone number. Hopefully you see this. If you do, reply with some more details so I know you know who I am. And lets all hang out again next time you’re in town.
Your tall, dark hair, tattoos on both arms, you were in line right in front of me. You had on a shirt that said Texas proud!! Your driving a new all black Camry. You were easily a 10!!! We looked at each other as I was walking out to my truck. I’d love to chat…..
You always come into the grocery store I work at late before we close. Always in black pants and usually a black shirt but last night it was white. You are absolutely gorgeous and always give me a a beautiful smile. I’ve been hoping you’re single. Tell me what store if you think it’s you I’m talking about
I went to Whole Foods around lunchtime yesterday and picked up a few specific things. You were in front of me in line, and as we were chatting you became amused with what most of my purchase consisted of. I thought you were cute. If this is you tell me what I was buying. If you’re on fb or qwikmeet tell me what name you go by.
You weren’t trying to brighten anyone’s day, but you did.
Very tall and thin mechanic. You went through the hallway to the bathroom. You of course had a cap on and blue shirt. But you were the tallest person in the place. Email me please
You were wearing a short shirt and gym shorts. We exchanged looks a couple times. I had long hair. Really wanted to say something
The beautiful woman that was at the Dry Cleaners this afternoon. You were wearing grey slacks with a black blouse driving a silver/grey vehicle. You were with another lady, who stayed in the vehicle.
We made quite a-bit of eye contact, gestured to one another with smiles and glimmering eyes. I was in a black Altima.
I’m 100% certain that had we both had a few seconds, we would have had a conversation and I wouldn’t be posting this-LOL.
It’s a long shot but, this is a Missed Connection. You had something else other than dry cleaning that you put into your vehicle. I hope this is a brief description of the events and if you are the beautiful woman that may be interested in me, I hope you reply with a couple of details as I can share more details.
We keep looking at each other. Wonder if we’re looking for the same reasons. If interested give me a smile next time we look at each other.
So you saw me checking you out, and damn, you are the most amazing thing I’ve seen in a long time! You were getting gas and wearing a skin tight black jump suit (I think that’s what you call it lol), with pink/orange hair. Would love to see more of you, you were blowing my mind! 😉 What was I driving?
You were my first man to man kiss, your name is Jason, and you are in your 50’s. I told you that you were my first and I can not locate you. Send me a message.
We spoke in line at the deli today around noon. You had on your work uniform. If you see this tell me where you work or if you’re on Okhookup or kik tell me what name you go by.
It’s been almost 20 years so this may prove difficult. I’m looking for an old friend that is or was a postal carrier for midlothian. She worked or still works, may be retired, at the postal office behind what is or used to be Ukrops grocery store in sycamore square.
Contact me if you can help. I’ll give names and description if it helps.
Hey, We just met at the Walgreens on Battlefield. You were with your son and I was alone buying a birthday card. If you see this tell me where I told you I moved here from or if you’re on quickmeet tell me what name you go by.
was in there today about 230 pm you wanted on me , you have brown curly hair, brown beard, thought you were cute as hell, if you see this hit me up
Brunette that works there, I want to say you’re the manager. Glasses, hair was up in a bun. Wearing a black jacket. Name starts with an H I believe.
I seen you in the purse isle and tried to act like I didn’t see you until you had to back up to let me through. I said excuse me, and you politely smiled and moved. I managed to get behind you in line, and was checked out b4 you. As I was leaving, I motioned towards your cart and said” JACKPOT!” and got that smile again with a little small talk. If single and interested, I am too!
RVA Magazine is proud to showcase The Hustle Season Podcast every Saturday afternoon. Produced at La Cocina Studio in Richmond, VA; homegrown musicians Kelli Strawbridge, Reggie Pace, James Seretis (La Cocina’s engineer) & Gabriel Santamaria bring their irreverent, outspoken and at times thoughtful opinions to the masses. Focusing on pop culture and politics both locally, nationally, sometimes otherworldly – join in as the guys try to figure out what’s going on this week.
Welcome to episode 103 of #thehustleseason!!!! Kelli’s back from his honeymoon and talks about the perks of TSA, the boys get into the best headphones, more Prince stuff, weird animals around the world, and what if young people fought our elders in a battle for the supremacy of the world?? Find out here on The Hustle Season!
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