Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist old stadium seatingThe 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...

And then, from inside the Palace, she appeared with a magical Trey ticket.

They bonded over how much they hate the Apple store.

"[I]t's so weird to just walk up to someone near an ice cream counter and say, 'Hey, the way you eat a banana split gives me a boner.'"

She took a picture of "that guy."

Filed under: unusual requests.

"Must be OK with my goatee..." Yeah, that seems like it would be the least of her concerns.

"You apparently like cute children, and I'm fertile." Well, that is... very forward of her.

"It was as if god cleared a spiritual pathway to my unborn baby's father."

The "perfect" woman was in the Glenmont Cumberland Farms at 6:15 pm.

"I know there weren't a lot of sexy brunettes in price chopper at 3:30 with a bum foo,t so i just need to hope you read this." Hey, now, we wouldn't jump to that conclusion with some sort of study.

Missed connection as appreciation.

A missed connection for... a time capsule.

First time we've seen someone try to catch an alleged thief on Craigslist by posting a surveillance cam still.

"Did you lose a bong near Target recently?"

Random items available

Popular now: snowblowers.

For sale: a lobster trap ($95)

For sale: an old printer's tray ($60)

For sale: antique stadium seating ($200)

For sale: an old firehouse alarm ($50)

For sale: used slate (make offer)

For sale: a Slush Puppy machine ($350)

photo: Craigslist item "Antique Stadium seating"

Comments

I am not going to look the same way at a local dude with a goatee again. Dang.

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