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A Californian woman has posted on Craigslist in the hopes she can be reunited with an Irish man she met in a notorious Dublin nightclub last year.
Describing herself as “The Girl from California,” the female posted on the popular American website last Saturday as a ‘w4m ‘ or ‘woman looking for a man’ she met in Copper Face Jacks on December 28th last.
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“On December 28th, you crossed the bar and kissed me before saying a word. We ended up at a hotel where all of the rooms were named after Irish celebrities. You took my email address, but I haven't heard from you and I don't have your contact information.
“I have something to tell you.”
“The Girl from California.
The Harcourt St nightclub, which is steps from Dublin’s Stephen’s Green, made headlines last year when it was revealed that a member of President Obama’s secret service team met a female in the nightclub whom he subsequently had an affair with.
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