this is a map published by psychology today magazine showing where the most craigslist “missed connections” happen per state.
for those who don’t know, the “missed connections” portion of craigslist basically boils down to this: you see someone in public that you think is sexy and would like to fuck, then as a hail-mary pass, you post an ad on craigslist’s “missed connections” section saying something like “hey, i saw you at (blank) and would love to (blank).” then you idly sit by your computer in hopes that, by random chance, that individual reads your ad and remembers seeing you at (blank) and also wants to (blank) with you.
this map shows the most popular spot per state that people see others and try to reconnect via craigslist. i knew that nyc would be the subway. when you are crammed into a metal box with complete strangers for an hour commute to and from work, you can’t help but check people out. but i am surprised that oregon’s top spot is the bus. i guess the same philosophy applies but it is somehow less glamorous. at least we are not one of the multiple wal-mart states. wal-mart?? i honestly can say i’ve never seen someone shopping at wal-mart that i was attracted to, let alone eager to have unload in me.
random story: i was actually once hit on in the “missed connections” of craigslist. in nyc, there was a park that i used to jog at regularly and there was often a guy who would watch and flirt with me. (he actually took his cock out once, but that’s another story…). anyhow, one day i was bored at work and perusing craigslist, and saw an ad from him looking for me! lol. as the dutiful slave, i showed the ad to Master, who them scared him away by declaring that i was His property and could only do things with His permission. i thought that was really hot of Master
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