Craig and his wonderful list

victrola recordThe 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...

Somewhat non-optimistic vegan who will never have a mohawk seeks other vegans to live with.

She says she's looking for her prince charming, but it sounds like "sugar daddy" might be a more accurate title.

This guy wants someone to kick him. He prefers if you can do it with some accuracy.

Do you have what it takes to be a "non-girlfriend?"

Is "you are so much cuter" than your dog what a woman wants to hear? Maybe it depends on the dog.

From the who-knew-that-was-hot file: clavicle piercings.

This listing sounds a little bit like a Jennifer Lopez movie.

For sale: CliftonPerk.com.

These are some seriously vintage vinyl records.

And you could make your block a little like NYC with this hotdog cart.

Comments

> This guy wants someone to kick him. He prefers if you can do it with some accuracy.

I like the way he tries to rationalize a pretty "common" kink. Body hardening. Good one.

"I am not a hippie vegan type of person, as I am drug free (straight edge, even), and could never stomach the kind of optimism it would take to be labeled "hippie." "

Great way to sell yourself as a potential roommate: let people know right off the bat that you're kinda miserable. I see what he's trying to do, but unfortunately he comes across as more of a grump than anything else.

My other fave? The girl looking for Prince Charming.

" Please be interesting and don't be gross, be original or don't bother."

And rich and old. Let's fix her up with Cary Grant's character in "Daddy Longlegs."

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