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I was at the McDonald's near the Hyatt downtown, waiting with the crowd for my drink order. It was a Thursday and I noticed there were a lot of people with name badges, so I figured there was a convention going on at the hotel. Beside me, I noticed an attractive man, also waiting for his order. He didn't have a name badge, but he was wearing a golf shirt and dress pants and had a laptop bag over one shoulder, so I assumed he was one of the convention-goers. I noticed him and he noticed me, but that was about it. The next day, I happened to require another McDonald's coffee, so I was at the same McDonald's at about the same time I had been there the day before. As I was standing, waiting for my coffee, I was checking a couple of things on my phone. And then I looked up and over to the cashier for some reason and there was Convention Guy again, staring at me. He was wearing a different colored golf shirt this time so I still contend he was at a convention or meeting of some sort. Anyway, we made eye contact for a meaningful second before he got called to the cashier. Just when he got called, my coffee came up and I was off to work. My new word? I totally Vancouvered that encounter. Sigh.


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Why do you think

Mar 25, 2019 at 7:34pm

That you are entitled to the guy's time?
He's just in there getting coffee,and doesn't need to be harassed by you.

Purple Prose...

Mar 25, 2019 at 8:10pm

... "I happened to require another McDonald's coffee"? You Vancouvered this whole post, pal. Vancouvered it hard and put it away wet.


Mar 25, 2019 at 9:06pm

The synonym for Vancouvered is pointless?


Mar 25, 2019 at 9:26pm

He was just eyeing your McNuggets.

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Awesome Coin

Mar 26, 2019 at 11:55am

Love the name. I'll be using it

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@Purple Prose

Mar 26, 2019 at 2:01pm

Vancouver (verb): stage a situation or encounter that one has no intention to take advantage of. "I Vancouvered a trip to McDonalds for coffee so I could ogle the man I saw yesterday."

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