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    I saw you Friday night 27/10 in Exchange Walk McDonalds, you gave a colleague of mine your phone number to pass on to me, however it was a wrong number, 1 of the numbers were a bit weird so it was unreadable, You were blonde with Wavy hair, must of been between 00:30 - 1:30am, long shot but worth it! maybe you went Ocean and then i'd assume you were a student from the Uni Of Nottingham?
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    (Original post by TheMeerCon97)
    I saw you Friday night 27/10 in Exchange Walk McDonalds, you gave a colleague of mine your phone number to pass on to me, however it was a wrong number, 1 of the numbers were a bit weird so it was unreadable, You were blonde with Wavy hair, must of been between 00:30 - 1:30am, long shot but worth it! maybe you went Ocean and then i'd assume you were a student from the Uni Of Nottingham?
    Highly unlikely they will be on TSR. If they gave you a wrong number, most likely they didn't want you to give their number.
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    (Original post by TheMeerCon97)
    I saw you Friday night 27/10 in Exchange Walk McDonalds, you gave a colleague of mine your phone number to pass on to me, however it was a wrong number, 1 of the numbers were a bit weird so it was unreadable, You were blonde with Wavy hair, must of been between 00:30 - 1:30am, long shot but worth it! maybe you went Ocean and then i'd assume you were a student from the Uni Of Nottingham?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    If they gave you a wrong number, most likely they didn't want you to give their number.


    Most likely she gave the number to the colleague unsolicited, as I can't really imagine the colleague bugging her to give them the number so it could be passed on

    if a girl gives her number unsolicited then most likely she is actually interested and wanted the guy in question to have the number.

    It's a long shot posting on TSR about it, but there's a slim possibility of it working.

    A more logical approach would just be to text all the different numbers it could possibly be. Only 1 number is unreadable, so that's like only 9 different mobile it could possibly be....

    just text each one with a sentence explaining you're not sure if this is the right number and to ignore it if it's not, and then proceed with the actual message


    simples.
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    (Original post by TheMeerCon97)
    I saw you Friday night 27/10 in Exchange Walk McDonalds, you gave a colleague of mine your phone number to pass on to me, however it was a wrong number, 1 of the numbers were a bit weird so it was unreadable, You were blonde with Wavy hair, must of been between 00:30 - 1:30am, long shot but worth it! maybe you went Ocean and then i'd assume you were a student from the Uni Of Nottingham?
    Hey it's me. Where have you been all this time ffs?
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    Yeah, never bugged her, as at work i dont feel the need to be chasing girls, but im expecting to see her friday night as ive seen her a few times on Fridays
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    Hey it's me. Where have you been all this time ffs?
    Lol. Highly doubt it.
 
 
 
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