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The Craziest Craigslist Ads Of All Time: Vol. II (PICTURES)

First Posted: 10/12/10 10:00 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 07:00 PM ET

Last year we profiled 19 of the funniest Craigslist ads. Luckily for us, Craigslist continued to be littered with unorthodox sexual requests, the sale of unusual items and rambling manifestos that no one asked for. More than half of the posts on the classified board can probably be deemed "weird" or "odd," but some are just way more hilarious than the rest. We added to last year's list and brought you 19 MORE ridiculous Craigslist ads to stare at in disbelief. Vote for the weirdest one!

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  • Big Surprise

  • Just Do It Already

  • Remember Me?

  • Too Much Of A Burden

  • Is It Me You're Looking For?

  • Bed Intruder

  • Settle The Debate

  • A Useful Guide

  • This Is Normal

  • Sorry, MILF

  • #1 Paul Simon Fan

  • Igloo Sublet?

  • Generosity At Its Most Pure

  • Needs A Soulmate

  • A Medicinal Request

  • An Important Message

  • The Old Switcheroo

  • For Anyone Looking To Give Beard Advice

  • Take This Off Our Hands

  • Got A Decaying Corpse? Bring It To Baltimore!

  • Please, Take These Doll Heads Off Her Hands

  • Yam Lady Steals Heart

  • Don't Worry, He'll Season The Pasta

  • Relieve Your MJ Sadness With This Offer

  • Don't Taint Your Home Computer, Watch Porn On This

  • $50 For Four New "Pets"

  • Let "Buzzy" Take The Hassle Out Of Pet Ownership

  • Mildly Stinky Ass For Sale

  • Bar Fighting Lessons From A Professional

  • What Happnes When Thirst Meets Laziness And Has $2

  • Do You Have a MacBook? Do You Need A Bunch Of Useless Items?

  • Sounds Like A Match Made In Heaven

  • A Great Real Estate Opportunity For The "Outdoorsy"

  • Well, As Long As He Locks The Dogs Up...

  • Wait, You Have To Pay Someone To Do This?

  • Please Buy This Stupid, Stupid Thing

  • He Needs A Boat, You Need a Mexican Hat

  • Where Oh Where Can One Purchase Rusty Instruments?

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Filed by Ross Luippold  |