In a email to Eater, one of the post writers — who wanted to remain anonymous — said the dinner will happen even if they don't find suitable dates.
"All personal details about us are true." He also says they've gotten a couple responses, though Craigslist doesn't necessarily "attract the discerning Polo Bar date-ee.
Karlie closs has yet to reply...[sic]" See the full copy of the letter below, and go here for the Craigslist post.
(source) In March of 2008, reported on a Craigslist hoax that cost one man almost everything he owned.
In Jacksonville, Oregon, scammers posted prank ads on the website claiming that the person who lived at Robert Salisbury’s residence had to leave town suddenly, and that everything in his house was free for the taking.
In an attempt to stay ahead of the game, two "smart, funny, attractive" New York ladies have put together a Craigslist ad in hopes of finding two "fall boyfriends," and they didn't hold back when it came to their requirements.
Aside from stating that they are "looking for boys we might be able to stand being sober around," the unidentified single gals want guys who are "interested in something steady/serious-ish as the weather fades from hot, humid, and care-free to crisp, chill Patagonia vest season."Additionally, "Interested parties should have a window in their bedroom and want to cuddle with the window slightly open to let the fresh autumn air in while a fall scented candle (that I'll buy for you, babe) fills the room with cozy comfort."To be considered, the potential fall boyfriends must have a "chill group of guy friends," be 27 years of age or older, at least 6-feet tall and an Ivy League-educated former frat boy who enjoys wearing loafers (among other things).
As summer comes to an end, singles are reminded that cuffing season is upon us.
For those who are unaware about what cuffing season is, it occurs during the fall-winter months when the weather gets colder and the holidays roll by one after another, and those who usually prefer to be free and unattached decide to become "cuffed" or tied down in a serious relationship.
Q: Why would you buy something on Craigslist when you can just order a similar-looking, similarly-priced item online without the hassle? For me, I like the feeling of finding a diamond in the rough and snagging something that’s on-trend but still slightly different than something you can acquire in an online shopping cart. Sure, sometimes items aren’t in great condition after years of use, but you can also find practically-new pieces at steep discounts.