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Found on Craigslist – Missed Connections

Craigslist is a big, and sometimes scary, place. Craigslist Penn State is no exception. In an effort to better serve you, our reader, we have started an new effort to highlight listings we feel should be shared with the greater Penn State audience.

We hope we can find what you’re looking for.

Girl I see at 3pm on campus most days – m4w – 23 (PSU)

I know we never talk, because you’d probably never talk to me. But in all fairness I went through a lot of trouble finding out where you live and I’ve been parked outside with binoculars for like 12 straights hours, can you at least pull your blinds up or something? Hope this isn’t a problem but I feel like I deserve something for all of this effort.

Also could you bring me some hot chocolate if you see this? Gas is expensive and I had to turn the heat in my car off a few hours ago. It’s quite unpleasant in here. Temperature-wise that is. Dave Matthews Band helps pass the time, no complaints there.

The good old stalker trick. Never grows old. What if you followed the wrong person home? What a waste of gas.

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