Monday, October 16, 2006

Friends with Benefits

Huh?


Classified ad from In Newsweekly, Oct. 18, 2006 print edition

8 comments:

Kevin said...

Makes me wish that I was a very liberal, open-minded Lesbian Sister so that I could find out what the "unique relationship" would be.

Blondie said...

Once I was exploring craigslist and found a bunch of listings from men who were in town for the weekend and wanted to hook up with girls. There were pics of the men, phone numbers, everything. WTF?

Biomed Tim said...

Note to self:

Delete Craigslist postings and remove photos. Blondie no like...

Mulysa said...

this ad makes total sense...

see, the guy's male, and he's an African medical lab tech for the past 35 yrs, which means that he isn't necessarily african, but rather IN africa for the last 35 yrs, making him about at least 55. he's (very) friendly and votes for the democratic party. in africa naturally.

he's lost a very (also) democratic open-minded lesbian who's his sister who he also hopes is either single or in a lesbian relationship because she obviously can't handle a relationship with a man.

he wants a unique relationship with her and the benefits include med lab services.

it's right there, in perfect english...

Odat said...

"possibly"??????? wtf...lol
I wonder!

BeeJiggity said...

A brotha wants to get his freak on with some un-shaven lady-lickers.

Where's the puzzle?

Barb said...

Someone should write the email to find out what the benefits are.

PARLANCHEQ said...

Kevin: Me, too! I'm half thinking of pretending to be just so I can get all the juicy details. ;)

Blondie: That kind of stuff is on Craigslist all the time! Half the ads I see there I think can't really be for real.

Biomed Tim: Ah-ha! We have now found out who has been posting all those risqué ads to Craigslist. ;)

Mulysa: Oh, OK...med lab services, that's something every girl wants. I'm sure he'll get lots of responses. :)

Odat: Guess he didn't want to commit 'till he saw who was going to respond.

Beejiggity: Hmm, you seem to know a lot about the ad... ;)

Barb: Actually that is a great idea! Now I am mad at myself for blurring the email address. I have to dig around and see if I can find the original ad, so I can write for details!