Classified as Bizarre

All of us at Vero Cosmetic Surgery and MediSpa know that LAUGHTER is good medicine, even if you find your amusement from rather bizarre ads. The London Telegraph compiled these below from Craigslist.com

(Unless you have had stitches recently), throw back your head and laugh with us as we peruse these actual internet ads:

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“Tuesday night around 11:30. On 53rd btw 1st and 2nd. You came out of the subway and I followed you. You looked over your shoulder, saw me and started walking faster. I ran up, grabbed your arm, took your purse and ran away. I’ve done many a snatch-and-grab but no one has ever stuck in my mind like you. There was a quick moment when our eyes met that I felt something strong. I think you felt it too. If I wasn’t so shy (or so committing a crime) I would have asked your name. I, of course, later got your name from your drivers license. So Jennifer if you’d like to get together for a drink sometime get back to me.”

“I’ll give you $2 + cost if you’ll deliver me some orange juice with receipt. I’m too lazy to get it myself.”

“My fiancé and I are getting married in June. He has eight groomsmen lined up, and I only have one bridesmaid. So I need some girls who are attractive and around my age to stand up in my wedding. You have to be hot, but not hotter than me.”

Actual cat shown in ad

“This destructive kitty has been trained as a proud warrior and will fiercely defend your house, even against you. Has a very soft and furry belly, like a teddy bear – however he will bite your face if you try to touch it. For the love of God, someone please take this thing out of my house.”

“I’m a female in my mid-60’s, and I am looking for a roommate. I am willing to rent out the bathroom in my 1 bedroom east village home. My bathroom is large. You can easily put a twin air mattress in there. I only ask that when I need to use the bathroom, you and the twin air mattress are not in it. I do ask that when you are in the apartment, you confine yourself to the bathroom. I do not feel comfortable with a stranger walking around my living room.”

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