Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Missed Connection: Nickelback Couple Wants to Swing

Posted By on Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 12:54 PM

This guy put anyone else in the mood for a three-way???
  • This guy put anyone else in the mood for a three-way???
People who try to ignore the more depressing spectacles in life probably don’t recall that Nickelback came through Music City one week ago today. Gold announced it, but he didn’t do so with the same righteous indignation as when the Canadian kings of vanilla radio rock strolled through town back in February of 2009. Well, as you might expect, Nickelback concerts at Bridgestone Arena are breeding grounds for all sorts of sexy people who enjoy sexy sex with sexy strangers. From my favorite Missed C. in a long time:

we were at the nickelback concert on the 14th. you are a very pretty petite female. we were smoking and you were asking about my funnel cake, and then was talking about my wifes shirt. i told her that i thought you were interested in her or me. if so reply with "you were right in subject title and tell me what city we were frm.

Perhaps by “funnel cake” the petite miss actually meant “dong.” And perhaps by “wifes shirt,” the poster truly meant “wife’s butt.” Anyhow, it’s smart of the poster to demand the name of his hometown from any responders — you know, to make sure he ensnares the correct trollop. Last thing he and his wife want is some random weirdo responding to their swanky plea for freaky couple sex!

And while we’re on the subject of love, there were a couple of missed opportunities at romance during last week’s Live on the Green feat. Dr. Dog: One that was very sweet — the rare example of a Missed Connection that you actually hope ends up working out — and one in which a dude seems to think that when a girl asks you to move out of the way, she possibly means, “I’m attracted to you!” Godspeed, would-be lovers.

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