MISSED CONNECTIONS: BEST FRIENDS EDITION
- •That highly successful senior who sat behind me in my New Testament classShe had many good things to say. The only conversations I had in that class that I enjoyed were with her. Always had a Facebook page open for something successful or interesting she was involved in. I was just a confused freshman.
- •That one emotionally fragile girl I worked with for like two monthsShe had a really creative spirit that kind of manifested itself in this trendy insecurity but I admired how open she could be. Gets my humor and appreciates it.
- •That hilarious and surprisingly sober gal at that unfortunate party incidentMy friend had just essentially broken up her ex and his current girlfriend, so I drove her to his house to make things right (why do I do things like this? I should just go home about 97% of all nights). He was having a party, so while they went out back to talk, I chatted up a kitchen full of drunk folk. This one girl and I hit it off, and we talked for a long while. But then I had to leave to drive my friend home (not without a drugged-up profession of love from the ex in my backseat first).
- •That guy who stage dove at that Walk The Moon concert and broke some girl's face in the processOne of my favorite concert stories. I was outside the venue with @chanellediaz when this girl was escorted out, her face covered in blood. This lanky kid came running out after, and I asked him what happened. Apparently he had tried to stage dive, and his teeth ended up in her forehead. The rest was this funny lil interaction where I convinced him to stay to talk to the police and he awkwardly tried to get my number. What a dude. (Epilogue: The band reached out to the girl when they found out!)