Lusting After the NYPD

Posted on: March 25th, 2010 at 6:34 am by

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One neighborhood fraulein hit the Missed Connections wire to find that special NYPD officer who helped paramedics “load the old guy into the bus around 7:30 tonight.”  Lusting after the proverbial man in uniform. How cute.

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Here’s the ad:

You were the cop assisting the paramedics as they loaded the old guy (homeless drunk?) into the bus around 7:30 tonight. I was the petite, exotic brunette in a pony tail wearing a short rain/sports coat walking by. Our eyes locked for a long couple of seconds and my god (!) you are so gorgeous. About 6′ with brown hair. The way you looked at me told me you were probably digging me too. It was one of the most inappropriate times ever to say hi to you so I kept silent and kept walking. If any of the guys in your precinct see this post and tell you about it, I’d love it if you contacted me. I’d show you just how attracted to you I am!

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