photo by Chris Williams
I had a missed connection at The Salt Line in Navy Yard last Saturday night (7/24) and thought I’d give it a shot and put it on here. I was sitting at the outdoor bar with friends, he was standing in a group behind us. When I heard someone yell “Live Free or Die” I turned around and abruptly blurted out “are you talking about New Hampshire?” (I don’t meet many other people from my weird little state down here.)
We chatted for about twenty minutes about New England, my feelings about Tom Brady and the particular superstition my family has during Patriots games. I couldn’t tell if he was with one of the girls in his group or not, so I didn’t offer my number when his friends came and told him it was time to go. If you’re reading this and single – let’s watch a game sometime!
The girl who’s always outside during Patriots games”
Ed. Note: If this is you, please email [email protected] so I can put you in touch with OP. PoPville is not affiliated with either party, please proceed with any potential connection at your own risk using caution as you would any online encounter. For those curious about past missed connections, some have been made and when possible I’ll try to update when/if more are made.
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