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Missed Connection – “To the food runner who’s been running through my mind since last week”

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“Dear PoPville,

To the food runner from Albi who’s been running through my mind since last week,

It started last Friday night, October 1 when you brought me a bottle of DC’s Finest Tap Water- and let me swirl and waft to my heart’s content. We spent the rest of my well-hydrated evening making eye contact and trading barbs back and forth.

When you accidentally called me predictable, we later decided together I was sincere. I had my number on my receipt ready for you as I watched you walk to your car at the end of your shift.

If you see this- interested? Cause I am.

Sincerely,

Pinstripe Jumpsuit

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