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#8934 - 10/27/00 07:59 AM Re: personals
The "I saw you" section is part of the personals in the local rag.
It goes something like "I saw you crossing the road yesterday by MacDonalds - you stopped to pick up the bus ticket that I dropped on the floor but I didn't find out your name ... more slush etc" Reply to PO Box 395762
I was just wondering if they were widespread as I haven't seen them anywhere else.
#8935 - 10/27/00 08:07 AM Re: personals
Loc: London, UK
They sound awfully sweet. And probably pretty useless too. The last time I heard of them was probably in Sherlock Holmes - what was the one in which the code word 'pericolo' was used?
#8936 - 10/27/00 10:04 AM Re: personals
Loc: rego park
Yes, Jo, the the Villiage Voice (NY) is filled with "i saw you" on the subway, on line at a movie theater. It hard to decide if they are funny or sad sometimes. I guess having seen them for years, i never thought about them being unusual._________________________
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