Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist fisher price med kitThe 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...

Rose's chest of drawers has been found.

She was admired for her "comfortable smirk, cheekbones of biteability backed on creamy red tinged ivory skin, solid womanly structure of pure shadow joy fitted in dead-on flattering cloth."

He was happy to see she was showing off her "amazing glutes."

"If wishes were pineapples i could make pina coladas, but wait you drank all the rum last night..."

Incidentally, he's a Blues Brother.

It's probably not a stretch to paint him as smitten.

In most circumstances "I'm the fraternity man with the tattoo and the giant American bong" might well distinguish you. Chatroulette might be a different story.

Her scan of the radiologist came back positive.

Random items available

For sale: "great" strawberry plants ($2 each)

For sale: "frisky" kids ($50 to $75)

For sale: vintage Fisher Price medical and tool kits ($15 each)

For sale: 3 old Saratoga Vichy wooden crates ($100)

For free: a telephone pole, cut in half

For free: "almost new" nail clippers

(Thanks, Bonnie!)

photo: Craigslist posting for the vintage Fisher Price med kit


My sister and I had that Fisher Price Med kit when we were kids. I had forgotten about it until I saw the pic. I'm tempted to buy that...

I had that Fisher Price medical kit, too. Probably still have it in my attic somewhere. I remember giving my teddy bear a check-up with it!

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