Craigslist is filled with good deals on cars, trucks, and a boat load of automotive parts. The problem is that a majority of the ads are clearly written by brain-damaged ocelots with a weak to poor grasp on standard grammar rules, sentence structure, and the concept of spelling. On top of that, the quality of the photography ranks below that of the pictures captured by your neighborhood peeping tom but above that of your average real estate agent who believes that tight shots of dirty cabinets are what will move the Johnson’s split-level townhouse.
Every now and then, however, there is an ad that stands above the rest. This ad shows that the seller possesses healthy brains cells, and a solid grasp of salesmanship. Such an ad has arrived in our inbox, and we’d be horrible people if we didn’t share it with you. Our facial hair would fall out, both men and women would reject our sexual advances (we’re equal opportunity here), and our driveways would be punished by playing host to an endless string of sub-compact cars from the early 90’s.
Since we don’t want that to happen, you need to click past the break to see the greatest Craigslist ad of all time.