Woman Gets the Golden Eye from Daniel Craig on St. Mark’s Place

Posted on: February 8th, 2013 at 11:24 am by
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Back in November, it was revealed that actor Daniel Craig lives on St. Mark’s Place between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. Apparently he digs the no parking on the street, making it tough for the paparazzi on his trail. Sightings of the hunky star and wife Rachel Weisz abound. Like this encounter described in a recent Craigslist Missed Connection.

If it’s to be believed, this wishful Moneypenny got the golden eye from Bond, James Bond. Translation – the anonymous woman reportedly made some steamy eye contact with Mr. Craig last Saturday night. Probably all in her head, but still fun to read.

Check it:

Just last week I was writing in my dream journal about you. Then, Saturday night, walking down St. Mark’s Place, we locked eyes and you fell in love with me. Call it fate. Call it self-fulfilling prophecy. Call it stalking. Whatever it was, there you were, the neon lights from the tattoo parlor illuminating your high cheekbones as you undressed me with your piercing blue eyes. You didn’t even care that I was wearing thermal long-underwear. You’re as much of a gentleman in real life as in the movies. I always knew you would be. We both went our separate ways, but I know you’ve been thinking about me ever since. You’re a big movie star. You are Bond, James Bond. You don’t have to make eye contact with anyone. But, you looked into my eyes. That has to mean something, right? Let’s find out over dirty martinis.

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