She's thinking, "I think I'm falling in love with you, too, original phone owner." (via)
24-year-old Swiss student Niklaus Knecht was sleeping on a train to Zurich when someone cut open his jacket pocket and stole his phone. Not long after, a woman who appears to live in Morocco started taking photos of herself and her friends—photos that automatically uploaded to Knecht's Dropbox. And the theft victim fell in love, like he had Stockholm syndrome for people whose phones are stolen. Now he's not interested in getting back the phone; he just wants a date with the pretty gal.
Knecht is clearly already smitten and blinded to his new love's potential faults. He doubts she stole his phone, but he "think[s] it would be interesting to find out how she ended up getting the phone, although I'm sure she had nothing to do with the original theft – I guess she simply purchased it from whoever did steal it." He might as well have added, "Because Charlotte—I'm calling her Charlotte now—is too kind to knowingly buy a stolen phone. She'd never want to hurt me like that."
Even when she's relaxing on the beach, she can't help but wonder about Niklaus. (via)
Knecht and his friends created a Facebook group to find the mystery woman, whose interests include taking photos of herself, smoking on the beach, and cuddling stuffed teddy bears—a.k.a. she is the perfect woman—and it has been viewed by over 13,000 Moroccan Facebook users.
I hope Knecht finds this Moroccan chick, they fall in love, and have beautiful multiethnic babies. And then it's made into a movie with Ryan Gosling and Scarlett Johansson.
That teddy bear is probably from her parents or a platonic friend. (via)
(by Shira Rachel Danan)