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Well, if you’re surprised, think twice and look around the next time you’re with your bunch of friends.

C.'s so-called "Soviet Safeway"--where the lines are as long as they were in Communist Russia--and they made meaningful eye contact.

Though he didn't have the wherewithal to approach her in person, he put up a Missed Connections ad on Craig's List, which she responded to ... Another friend--Maurice Amsterdam*--was in a small market on the Upper West Side the other day when a gamine woman asked him if she should spend the extra couple dollars for organic strawberries. As soon as he walked out, shy (and yet shockingly handsome) Maurice kicked himself for not engaging in what she had obviously hoped would be a flirtation. Do you remember how, a month or two ago, I flirted in line at Whole Foods with the groovy talking head I'd seen less than an hour before, holding forth on CNN? In fact, I'd even go so far as to say we're friends!

[Read: Signs you’re more than friends already] Text flirting with a friend When you text flirt with a friend, it can start off as a cute funny thing, something worth a giggle in the start, but as the days go by, the messages can get kinkier and more sexual.

Men and women have always been attracted towards each other, and at times, even the best of friends can end up having an emotional affair or may set off the vibes that can arouse sexual interest in each other.

Somewhat startled by her unexpected question, Maurice mumbled, "Sure, why not? Also, as I've mentioned, the local Stop&Shop is one of my father's favorite places for meeting ladies. Granted, she was a girl--a brilliant Arab-American writer (and syndicated columnist! In other words: According to my personal research, 2 out of 3 grocery store flirtations end in successful relationships!

**As such, I decided to get some tips from the nice people who run the Whole Foods Market chain about how to increase your chances of finding love in the dairy aisle.

Dear lovelies: In the last few weeks, a number of my friends have had interesting grocery store encounters.