5 Things You Never Knew You Needed on Wichita Falls Craiglist
Ah Craigslist, it has become a beloved icon of American culture. We can all agree that Craigslist is extremely practical and helpful when you need to get rid of something and make a few dollars while you do it. But Craigslist can also be a fun source of entertainment. You will be amazed at the things you can find on Craigslist. I have to admit that Craigslist of Wichita Falls has a pretty good reputation, but I did find at least 5 questionable items.
This thing just gives me the creeps. If you grew up in the Ghost-buster era, as I did, you might be having flashbacks of the giant stay-puff marshmallow man. How can something so cute and cuddly weird you out when it's blown up to 10x it's normal size. I have no idea what you could use this for but if you have a mere $150 it could be yours!
This craigslist ad seems fairly normal. Lots of people have old toys that are considered collectibles. The seller lists hot wheels , NASCAR die cast, baseball cards football cards, basketball cards, early Playboy magazines,action figures,sports figures,all still in packages.
What's with the Playboy magazines? It's as if he just slyly stuck them in there between basketball cards and action figures. While I'm sure early Playboy magazines could be worth some money, I'm not sure I would list them under toys.
This is not the actual picture listed on craigslist (I had to find my own on flickr..."the interesting things you can find on flickr" could be a whole other post!) The fact that this very odd ad has no picture to go along with it, scares me even more. I am all about saving money but I think this might be taking it a little too far.
Do you ever have that problem when you buy a hedgehog and then start to feel really insecure about your ability to own that hedgehog...well then, look no farther than Craigslist! Now for the discounted price of $3, you too can be the confident hedgehog pet owner you have always dreamed of being.
Lastly, the ever popular cemetery plot. I know that selling your previously purchased cemetery plots is actually quite common and does seem practical. But something about it just seems a little creepy, am I the only one?