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This Week in 'Missed Connections' at DFW Restaurants

Love can strike when you least expect it — like in line at Starbucks or the drive-thru window at Jack in the Box. Craigslist's "Missed Connections" section is full of wandering hearts seeking a second chance to make a love connection, and a surprising number of them take place at restaurants. Here, touching highlights from the past week in DFW-area missed connections:

1) You farted at La Margarita. - m4w (Irving)
I was the good looking guy at the table next to you that turned around and said "was that you?" You quickly replied "No... That wasn't me!" You almost seemed insulted I would even ask. As the stench grew you continued to deny your flatulence, but it was crystal clear. I frantically waved two tortillas in the air to get rid of the stench ... You are hot, and even if you're a liar and fart like a Clydesdale I'd like to get together one day, but maybe skip the Mexican food.

2) "Love Machine" - m4m (Mama's Daughter's-Irving Blvd.)
You were the medium height (about 5'9"), muscled, African-American guy with the shaved head and glasses ... Your muscle built chest, shoulders and arms were filling up your green t-shirt with "Love Machine" (I can only imagine) across the front. Your khaki shorts were completely full to capacity with your big round butt! So whether this gets your attention or not, just know you had some admirers today.

3) Miss Amazing - m4w (Matt's Ranchero Mexican Food)
I saw you at the bar and said, "You look amazing" I was with a couple of other people or I would have stayed and hit on you properly. Would enjoy another chance to know you.

4) Fletcher's Corn Dog - m4w
At the music festival in Plano today. You were working the corn dog stand. Very pretty with beautiful hair and a GREAT smile!!! Made me want to buy a dozen... one at a time......

· More Craigslist Love posts on Eater Dallas [-EDFW-]

[Photo: La Margarita Mod Mex/Facebook]

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