O I saw you Glasgow— Penzance train 29th July. You: ear-ringed, denimy Scottish man with your three English kids. Me: dark-haired English woman with blonde, Scottish son, drawing pokemon characters. Fancy a pint? Box No U/395/1. O I saw you on the 3.15 ﬂight from Heathrow to Glasgow on Friday 11th August. Do you live on Minard Road, Shawlands? Is your name Stuart? So how do I know so much? The inquisitive nine year old sitting beside you asked all the right questions. Sorry I made a sharp exit! Would you like to meet up sometime, perhaps I could entice you to the West end for a drink? Box No U/395/2.
O I saw you Princess of Salsa in October Cafe Tuesday 8th August. We salsa’d. Let’s meet again and dance all night long after a luscious meal and long latin cocktail. Por Favor. Un Abrazo. Box No U/395/3.
O I saw you dark-haired bearded man working in Cul De Sac. Your bum sticking out of your trousers. Fancy Yo pants! Blonde chick. Box No U/395/4. O I saw you the original of the ‘a-likes’ in the Culdy. I like. Blondy. Box No U/395/5.
O I saw you Attic queen. I beg you to attach me to your collar. Box No U/395/6.
O I saw you Big Jim playing hard to get. The way you turned the lights on really lit my world. Box No U/395/7.
O I saw you you served me a smooth Guinness you sexy Irish hunk. How about we enjoy the smoothness together. Box No U/395/8.
O I saw you Foxy barmaid in Cul-De-Sac (darkish hair) you laughed at my ‘Turkey joke’. Box No U/395/9.
O I saw you sweet little boy at the Cul-De-Sac. You were working and shakin' your grooves. I saw you DJ there too. I wish you played me some music. Box No U/395/10.
O I saw you in Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam and Skye. Should we slow down next year? Please reply. Box No U/395/11.
O I saw you tall sexy blonde in white coat in Western. You listened to my heart, it skipped a beat. Can I get a private consultation? Box No U/395/12. O I saw you the girl in the cloakroom in the Garage — from Dumfries and planning to travel, likes big willies and Hubba Bubba (strawberry). What a honey - please contact Mr Fruitella. Box No U/395/13.
O I saw you kamba! Well not literally but I was thinking of you as I drank my kiwi soda -— you poor allergic thing you. Luv Antoine. Box No U/395/14.
O I saw you Lils, and I saw your lils - phoar. Are they real and can I feel? Cute Italian bloke from The Garage. Box No U/395/15.
O I saw you Angel in your corset. Did it hurt when you fell from heaven? Cupid from Trash. Box No U/395/ 16.
O I saw you Lady ping pong. Arse hanging out the fridge in the Tron, face full of food. Love you G. x Box No U/395/17.
O I saw you outside Black’s on Tuesday. It was special to see you looking happy in your glasses, suit and white shirt. Heavy breathing. Hmm . . . Box No U/395/18.
O I saw you working out in ‘Aspire’. What a body! You tall, dark with a blue Reebok vest. Me on stepper — l winked at you & I lost my contact lens! Box No U/395/19.
O I saw you honeyz. Jackass and Marsh. U R both beautiful. Just thought I’d write u a wee note to say hello, so, hello. See ya soon sexy babes. Loadzaluv Anon. Box No U/395/20.
O I saw you Duncan leave for Liverpool. I knew I’d miss you but didn’t realise how much. Love M & M xxx Box No U/395/21.
O I saw you sexy young Reid working at Glasgow Airport for KLM. Speak Spanish to me anytime. Let me fly high with you! From a passenger. Box No U/395/24.
O I saw you Steven, my favourite Barista in Tinderbox. What will happen to my latte now that you are leaving to play with computers? My froth will never be the same . . . Box No U/395/33.
O I saw you I met Stella W, from Argyll in Yang, a few weeks back. She’s starting Glasgow Uni, doing medicine and I’d like to say hey when she comes over! Box No U/395/36. O I saw you @ Pressure too. Keep at it babe. The single’s market needs more like you. We have more fun anyway. Trust me! Look for a note on the silver hi-fi . . . Box No U/394/3.
O I saw you at that dinner. The Chat, long gloves and foxes, but remember eyebrows are the key touch. The future is bright, the future is orange. Use it wisely. Box No U/394/5.
O I saw you born under a wandering star . . . you with long white sleeves. Me: an Australian on holiday, looking for someone to share the Glasgow night life with. What about it, Daddy Cool? Box No U/394/7. '
O I saw you in Bennets 4/8/00, pink top, dark hair, lovely eyes, Edinburgh girl. Me grey trousers, black t0p. We kissed as Hazel Dean sang in background. Would love to see you again. Box No U/394/20.
O I saw you in cafe Cosmo. Kindly return my shoes. Box No U/394/21.
O I saw you all the nutters who party with me for the last six years. Hope you will miss me coz I will — Pepe. PS Keep the noze. sore! Box No U/394/22. O I saw you Gawain, flawed knight - I’d like to get your armour off! F.H.T. Box No U/394/23.
O I saw you all you folk past and present of the Borders Cafe Puma crew. I love you all — will miss you . . . or not. Love Simon. Box No U/394/24.
O I saw you in Borders on Monday, meeting your friend and was drawn to your sideburns. I’ve stolen your c0py of ‘O’. Box No U/394/25.
O I saw you and the puma went waaa — my little Vickatu. Box No U/394/26.
O I saw you MUNDO. We don’t have to take our clothes off. . . to have a good time . .. we can dance and party . . . and drink some cherry wine. Love it. Box No U/394/27.
O We saw you two in the Attic, 28/7/00. I was bold and spoke to you, my friend was a shooting star. We’re sorry you weren’t as bold, we’d like to give you a second chance. Get in touch. Box No U/394/28.
O I saw you heavenly angel you captured my soul and set me free, a sparkling star you gave to me. Blessed with the light, we’ll travel together, our souls reunited, entwined forever. K x Box No U/394/29.
O I saw you Toby - guy with blue V-neck. Talk tennis, it turns me on, have I told u lately??? Box No U/394/30.
O I saw you lcelandic/ Glaswegian doctor in John Smiths Bookshop. I was attached, dark-haired bookseller — now single. Get in touch soon. Box No U/394/31.
O I saw you in Bar Brel, foxy barmaid all in black, nice smile. Fancy a Hoegaarden with me sometime? Box No U/394/32. O I saw you swimmy ﬁsh T- shirt, nice arse, best smile in the world. Three little words. Box No U/394/33.
O I saw you from the ‘69’ers, who are you? Which one of us
do you want? Box No U/394/34.
O I saw you Emma, in the Tinderbox with your sister and a gorgeous Frenchman. Gee! Who’s that man? Box No U/394/35.
I saw you CLASSIFIED
O I saw you Jemma when your naive mind made such a terrible mistake. I will always love you but mourn our death with tears. Live with hope. Sadness sucks. D. Box No U/394/36.
O I saw you JMC Las Palmas to Glasgow. You: good looking steward serving coffee. Me: guy in seat 11B. Let me return the favour. Box No U/394/37.
O I saw you Kenny from the Citz? Nae luck! Box No U/394/39.
O I saw you Susan cheer up! Even Kathy Bates smiles (sometimes). Box No U/394/40. O I saw you in the basement of Fopp Union Street. Will you ride the ginger surf again? Box No U/394/55.
O I saw you Fi, did you eat ma wings. David yer roast dinners are smashing. Box No U/394/62. O I saw you Dave, Shea and I love you. Box No U/394/63.
O I saw you Craig, lose weight before the plane goes to Shetland. Box No U/394/64.
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