For Missed Connections’ final post of 2011, we ask you, dear readers, what do Tim Tebow, Vox Populi and “a mature, handsome buck” have in common? One rather haughty lady eating with her mother at “Leopold’s Kafe” wants to reconnect with a pepper mill enthusiast-cum-Broncos fan. Though if she’s unable to place the gentleman’s accent, […]
Sometimes on Missed Connections, you don’t get what you’re looking for. And sure enough…
This Halloween edition of Missed Connections is scary as only Missed Connections can be. Some people don’t need Halloween as an excuse to be creepy.
Although we only have one missed connection this week, it will TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY. I mean, you probably didn’t notice I was following you, right? Isn’t that discrete?
This week’s Missed Connections is very … He was probably too “… whatever” to say hi in person then.
This week’s Missed Connections is full of all sorts of colorful characters. Worst pick-up line ever?
It’s missed Connections Friday! Restoring your faith in humanity right before the weekend. Because if you’re wearing the same cardigan, it must be true love.
This week in Missed Connections, we meet three hopeful Georgetowners who had no actual interaction with their subjects. Might sound a little off, but then again, this is the Internet age. Because, as proven by Edward Cullen, girls love it when you turn on your dazzle.
This week, more could’ve-been-cute almost-meets from the lonely residents of Georgetown. I don’t know about you guys, but when my friends are “being emotionally supportive to” me, I prefer that they’re not also eying a pretty brunette across the bar.
Welcome, dear freshmen, to the return of Missed Connections! For those of you just joining us, we here at Vox (specifically, me) enjoy taking a few moments out of our day to acknowledge those whose romantic lives have taken a turn for the far, far less fortunate. These are the denizens of the Missed Connections. […]
Vox’s Missed Connections: Chronicling America’s slide towards cultural armageddon since 1969. I refuse to believe there are men who patronize Baked and Wired without glasses.