Girl on train is soulmate in
fellow passenger's imagination
An attractive girl on the westbound overground tube last night was imagined by a fellow traveller to be his perfect match
Having noticed the striking young woman sitting opposite him, passenger Milton Hence (28) pictured her as his perfect partner, sharing romantic candlelit dinners together and discussing the novels of Paul Auster long into the night.
Extrapolating wildly from her slightly indie clothes and the top of a book protruding from her bag, Hence imagined them attending retrospectives of the early films of Terry Gilliam and bonding over a shared love of shortlived science fiction series Firefly.
But in reality, the girl, 27-year-old administrative assistant Stacie Putnam, was reading a Sex and the City novelisation, had switched over in disinterest after 10 minutes of Time Bandits, and had often declared that all science fiction was "stupid".
Fortunately, the fragile bubble of
He extrapolated wildly from her slightly hippy clothes and the top of a book protruding from her bag.
did you know?
Scotland is made entirely out of papier-mâché. It was constructed in 1904 to lure over American tourists. This explains the ridiculous clothing/accent/musical instruments/cuisine/facial hair.
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