Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist vintage alphabet blocksUpdated

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...

"I promise to run into other cars so I no longer take an additional 4seconds from your life."

He bought face wash so he could talk to the goddess with the sweet, sad eyes.

She needs to find some lady friends, because awkwardness.

No, driving around again was a lot weird.

This guy really is persistent in his, uh, fact-finding mission.

The words "killer butt cheeks" sound better if preceded by "attack of the."

Well, we all have our morning ritutals.

This week's euphemism-or-not: "I go through your toll booth almost ever Sunday morning."

"Put 'butter my hard roll' in the subject of the email to weed out spam." Just... no.

"Please be sane i'm not interested in the craigslist killer! yeah I watch the lifetime channel..."

That is an obstacle to missed connectionage.

The bounty for his sunglasses: a six-pack of beer.


Random items available

For sale: vintage wooden alphabet blocks ($25)

For sale: "The Indianapolis Kraut Cutter" ($75)

For sale: coin-operated pool table ($1399)

For sale: 575 bubble wrap bags ($25)

For sale: a pair of Poang ($50)

For sale: pygmy goats ($75 and up)

For sale: Sebastopol geese ($125)

For sale: "The original bike that the bears rode at the Catskill Gamefarm. ... Sorry no pictures so please don't email me for one." ($1)

(Thanks, Tommy!)

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photo: Craigslist item "45 Vintage Wooden Alphabet Blocks"

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