Calling Katherine Heigl.
Calling Katherine Heigl.
“Stranger has disconnected.” NSFW language.
There are the spammers, the creepers, and then the stuff you actually want.
Time to get that set of iguana sombreros you’ve always dreamed of.
“We do not want to die, we just want to be injured enough to get out of taking our finals.”
“East Awesometown” = actually West Murderville.
You really shouldn’t have tried Craigslist.
The Stone Age is, like, so over.
Plus the 18 worst Super Bowl fails ever, the 12 highest-rated comedies streaming on Netflix, and 27 spelling errors people keep making on Twitter.
Because this dude on Craigslist is selling one, and Lena’s helping him get the word out.
Break your heart on Monster.com.
Plus 10 life skills you must learn by age 30, 11 signs you’ve found your dream job, and the 7 greatest Craigslist posts of 2013.
Plus 10 Disney-themed puns to help you study for finals, the 5 best campus jobs for a bro, and 8 things you learn at Santa Claus school.
Where can one get a stranger’s belly button lint, you ask? There’s a chance not all of these are genuine.
“When you speak up, people start learning that they’re not by themselves,” she said.
How not to sell your used underwear courtesy of Dinosaur Comics.
Looking for love at the jury box.
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Plus the most star-studded cemeteries in Hollywood, revisiting the artists from the first Now That’s What I Call Music!, and the Museum of Bad Art.
Craigslist is a whole new kind of creepy. Click on the screen shots for the full posting.
UPDATE: The GIRL who posted the ad confirmed to BuzzFeed via email that the cat was returned to his owner. “Not on purpose, I was extremely intoxicated and thought he was just some random stray I was rescuing.”
Just $1600 on Craigslist!
And then she just never stopped pedaling.
This was seen today on Craigslist as a response to the personal ad that recently went viral.
BRB crying. From Craigslist Brooklyn comes this epic, wrenching piece of personal ad literature.
Everyone really is up to get lucky.
Just why? It’s for a party on Long Island in New York.
She says she wasn’t actually going to give him away, but she’s still been charged.
A painful lesson in the art of copy/paste “Emoticons. Format.”
Plus Walter Jr.’s adult-ish photo shoot, very odd Pinky and the Brain news, and the sound of the Big Bang.