Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist mini donkeyThe 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...

"[P]lease know the difference between "their, there and they're" and "your and you're." Because that drives me f------ bonkers."

"[I]t's tuesday, so i should definitely move hours away from my home, family, lifetime friends, support, and just start all over by myself, with a broken heart. yes, excellent idea."

She sounds a bit upset by his driving.

The sexiness of the record store goddess is apparently not time limited.

"You exude a presence that I could literally feel" -- perhaps it's the mini skirt tattooed on his brain.

"We met underneath the phosphorescence of a nuclear Four Loko positioned below that alien light on the back porch."

The buffet included double entendre.

"You were pregnant and gorgeous in your bikini."

He has "sturdy hugging arms."

Pretty sure that's not what the bat signal is for.

Really don't know want to know about the mulching involved here.

Hoop-ga. Hoop-ga. Hoop-ga. (We just like saying "hoop-ga.")

Random items available

For sale: "sh*t and spin" - "could use a good cleaning" ($20)

For sale: "state of the art" frozen yogurt shop in Albany ($200,000)

For sale: ornate cast iron pulley set ($65)

For sale: an old ship's porthole ($245)

For sale: more than 250 old AP photos ($100)

For sale: a commercial deli slicer ($550)

For sale: a cupola ($200)

For sale: blue-eyed, moon-spotted goat doeling ($250)

For sale: spotted mini donkey ($800)


(Thanks, daleyplanit!)

photo: Craigslist item "spotted mini donkey"

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