Would You Ever Use Lubbock Craigslist for the Personals Section? [POLL]
Some people cruise through Craigslist looking for a great deal on electronics, cars, video games and everything else they have for sale. Sometimes people use Craigslist to find new roommates or to use the message boards to vent about nothing at all. And then there’s those who use Craigslist for what everyone else is afraid to look at, the personals.
Often times you hear jokes about the desperate pleas and shameless write ups in the missed connections section of Craigslist. They often go something like this.
“You: Cute guy at the bar that ran towards the bathroom after your friends made you take yet another shot of a tequila. Me: Girl whose shoes you accidentally threw up on running towards the bathroom. You came back after throwing up and joked about the whole incident while staring at my boobs and sweating profusely. Respond to this and put what color my eyes, hair, shoes and bra were so in the title so I know it’s really you.”
Then there are those who use the personals for one reason, hooking up. Usually the girls who post are scammers while the guys just feel like showing off or using it as a reason to post a picture of their ding dong online. Steer clear of this entire section if you can folks!
Lastly there are those who legitimately use it to try to find love, or a least a date. Lord knows why they won’t use an online dating service like Match.com or eHarmony, or even the free ones like Plenty of Fish. No, they insist on finding love at the same place that you can buy someone’s PS3, find a free broken hot tub and look for employment. Go figure.
That now raises the question of would you use the Lubbock Craigslist personal ads to find love, look for a hookup and try to find a love lost. Some already have, some always peruse the ads either interested or looking for a good laugh and others just completely avoid the section like the plague.
Where do you stand on the issue? Take the poll below so we can see just how cool or weird our listening audience is. We’re not here to judge, just to see what you think.