Everyone knows the classic “put an advertisement on Craigslist to find a hot, conscious-optional girl to take to the BCS Title Game with your extra ticket” routine. It’s a story as old as time, and one that a Texas Longhorn posted in hopes of using college football to get him some "companionship."
This ticket is for a classy hottie that will accompany me to the game.
It's common knowledge that MySpace is where you find slutty hotties, JDate is where you get well-read hotties, and the To Catch a Predator message board is where you find hotties who are actually undercover police officers. But the Craigslist “For Sale” section – that’s where the classy hotties go, so he’s off to a great start.
I have a suite for the 6th and 7th at the Langham, Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena.
From what I hear, nobody can hear you scream from the fourth floor rooftop rape garden so he’s clearly done his homework.
All expenses are paid for: flight, food, alcohol, hotel, and ticket.
Remember when your parents told you not to take candy from strangers? Well, they never said “don’t drink unlabeled booze from a stranger you met on a website that actually lists a murder rate on their homepage” – so you’re probably all right.
The suite has a California king size bed so you must be fine with sharing a bed with me while you are staying in Pasadena.
Seems like a reasonable request at this point.
Must send pictures and must be a girl. No Guys.
He paid good money for the seats and doesn’t want to be sore every time he sits down after the play (again). Totally understandable.
Bikini shots are preferred (or something sexier).
Hear that all you “classy hotties?” Bust out those bikini pics you’ve been waiting to send to a guy from Craigslist who’s reserved a hotel suite in Pasadena with one bed and no emergency exit plan.
I had reserved this for my girlfriend and I but she recently broke up and with me and I would like to take another girl.
Wait, did you forget to tell her about the free alcohol and optional bikini pics?
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