- Unknown girl: This message is for the girl I saw in the Laxmi Nagar main-market. You were wearing a black t-shirt with '06 Nippon Vogue' written on it in white colour. I would like to start a long lasting friendship with you. Yours Rakesh. [No address/phone/email given for Rakesh]
Hi Sweet Girl: I don't know your name but I know that I like you. I saw you at shankar fast food corner on Mutton Street You were with your three friends and were wearing a sky blue t-shirt and a dark blue jeans. I was wearing dark blue shirt and a light blue jeans. I want to be friends with you. Please mail. Vasant. [No address/phone/email given for Vasant]
Hey unknown girl: You were wearing a white shirt and black jeans and was pillion on a two-wheeler with her friend, coming on the road leading to Borivali station at 12:40 pm on 14th. You are still in my mind so I thought of sending you this message. Contact me asap at
Hey unknown man (I think): you know what? You've got it entirely wrong. All three times, it wasn't an unknown girl or a sweet girl. It was me, and I'm sort of mad that you mistook me for a girl three times. I would like to start a long lasting enmity with you. Contact me asap.
This seems to be the Indian version of "Missed Connections". If you found that funny, maybe this might interest you.
GamesmasterG9 - thought of craigslist after reading this post as well.
There's is craigslist for a few Indian cities too (http://bangalore.craigslist.org/), as you'd have noticed, but largely unused.
:-) Such ads always get us cracking up. Good one.
:))) nutcase. you.
Yo Ho Ho! (just trying out my deep-throated laugh)
moments like this....priceless.
Why doesn't mastercard use these classics to advertise?
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