Bird Says 'Good Night'; Man Looks for Sugarmom; Married Guy Lost That Lovin' Feeling
Craigslist: it ain't got no good grammar, but it's got lots of deals and love.
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Can you spare the time?
Last week, on a Saturday afternoon, he saw you at the Town and Country Bowl in Shrewsbury. You were bowling on lane 10, and he was apparently staring at you. "You were absolutely the most stunning woman I have seen in a long time-can't get the thought of your 'perfect 10 body' out of my mind!"
You get a hiking and TV partner; he gets out of debt
A 30-year-old MetroWest man seems to have gotten into some financial hot water. It's "pretty serious" and he "needs help fast." This man is looking for a friend to help him with his debt. What do you get for being a "sugarmommy?" He can dedicate about 20 hours a week to being your friend, and that includes hiking, talking and watching TV.
He's lost that loving feeling, and he just wants to talk about it, with another girl
How many guys' girlfriends or wives continually try to make it work? That's what this man in Framingham wants to know. Maybe, he says, he should have been posting in "rants and raves," but is reaching out in the "strictly platonic" section, seeking a female friend to talk with about the woes of marriage. "I am very frustrated both emotionally and physically. Just looking for a woman to be friends with." Oh, and put "butterflies" in the subject when you contact him.
The first rule of fish club is one must find members of fish club
A fish enthusiast is looking to start an aquarium club in Marlborough and the surrounding towns. This person is "hopping" to get some feedback as to whether or not there is interest.
If only there were a word that rhymed with "wild"
There is a poet in Natick, and his work is on Craigslist. Here is a taste: "You found me out in the wild/Your picture from your ID was sexy and you had three childs/ We first dated and played on the ice/My ATM card was declined... Oops not so nice."
Play ball in Framingham
A group of players from Framingham is looking for more players of all levels and ages to form an established, ongoing weekly pickup game at various fields. They hope to start cracking the bats by April 7, and ask you to "try to remember how to get under a fly ball, then have possibly two weeks of practice to get 'game ready.'"
Quaker parrot looking for a new home
Chronic illness is forcing a family in Holliston to seek out a new home for their pet bird. The bird is in fine health and has a large vocabulary, including the words "hi," "hello," "kiss," "come here," "good night" and "step up." She will sit on your shoulder and nibble your ear, and cuddles in your hand. Her noisy time? 2 p.m. Give the sweet gal a home where she can fly around and be herself.