Craig and his wonderful list

chuck-e-cheeseThe good thing about Craigslist: it's a window into our fellow community members' wants, needs and aspirations. The bad thing about Craigslist: it's a window into our fellow community members' wants, needs and aspirations.

Good or bad, we'll let you decide...

Pet of the week: ball pythons. Really.

Those aren't just any pigs, they're skinny pigs.

At what point do you need to be rescued from your rat rescue?

It sounds like this guy's looking to triple word score with the ladies.

There's currently an open audition for the role of "the gay friend."

Um, isn't the first rule of Fight Club that there is no Fight Club?

Speaking of rules, this beer pong match in Glens Falls has a lot of them. The most important? No tools.

Unlikely meet market: Chuck-E-Cheese.

We really don't want to know what "crockpot" actually means.

He had EZ-Pass, but didn't make a pass.

There's been another hot Pepsi guy sighting.

Teachers who like to sing songs about math? That is certifiably adorable.

Yep, when you stop being able to count how many hangers you have, it's probably time to give some of them away.

photo: Flickr user terren in Virginia


Spotted under FREE for all those wacky freewheeling popcorn-makers who don't mind a gamble- An inconsistent microwave.

The first rule of Fight Club is you don't talk about Fight Club.... or post about it on Craigslist.

But if they *do* fight, I want to be there to document it. Darwinism at its finest.

RE: gay friend search

What exactly comes between shopping and tanning?


love the reemergence of hot pepsi guy, i'll be on the look out

-S, remember the last rule: if it's your first time, you have to fight.

I'll show you the Swedish reverse-lock leg cheese noodle throat anti-arbitration hold, it should help.

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