The 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...
"You have the perfect accent for telling me I am a wanker."
She accused him of lying about lamps -- that was apparently a good thing.
"Either you are really good at your job, or we were making some kind of connection..." Every missed connection for a server, ever.
"You're so vein..." Uh...
What could be awkward about trying to pick up your OB doctor.
To his co-worker: "You have a killer back end." Depending on where they work, that could mean so many things...
"Next time I will tell you I have some alcohol I smuggled into SPAC and with any luck, you can search for it!"
A uniform can make you look hot, even when buying allergy medication.
"I DRIVE a Toyota corolla so it will be fun for us to go places and have fun." Nothing says fun like a Corolla.
They really miss their dog.
Is there any crime lower than oboe theft?
Random items available
For sale: a 1936 Dodge convertible ($1200)
For sale: a polished horse jaw bone, partial (no idea) ($10)
For sale: Nipper's hot dog cart ($8000)
For sale: a stuffed squirrel ($75)
For sale: a "huge" collection of Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars ($60)
For sale: organic garlic ($8/lb)
photo: Craigslist item "Stuffed squirrel"
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