Ridiculous craigslist ads....

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I want to meet this man.

It's hard to tell what my favorite part of the ad was, because it was so fucking awesome, BUT I think this gets me:

"Sometimes I play guitar. Are you going to love getting baked and listening to Bob Dylan and Pink Floyd? LIVE? WHENEVER THE FUCK YOU WANT? Of course you are! I'll take requests and learn any song you like, because I have the voice of an angel and the acoustical stylings of James Fucking Taylor. AWWWWWW SHIT YEA! "

acoustical stylings of James Fucking Taylor... awesome.

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@slayer9019 - "Hipster-ass Hipster Bike for Hipsters" = hilarious. That was awesome lol. This line got me sore in the gut piece from laughing:

"...It's supersturdy now; I welded it to fuck and back. I painted the welding joint green because I was feeling creative and I don't have to explain my art to anyone."

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When a woman is bucking wildly against you, it's not because she wants you to pull back and slowly swirl your cock around her vagina like you're mixing a cake batter up there.

hahahahaha (from the just fucking fuck me already one)

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LMAO @snow nazi. Man that shit is hilarious. Sounds like he has a shitty neighbor with a hot assed wife. Just bang the neighbor wife on a sat night say you're "going bowling" or some shit

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I just saw this stupid ad on Craigslist and thought I would share the humor.....

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