Editor's Note: Patch has no control over the status of these posts on Craigslist and how long they remain available.
You know that friend you have who likes bacon a little too much? Yeah, this could be him.
This poster from Central Mass wants to know what you think about on a warm summer day. Innocent enough, right? We should note, however, that his ad, posted in the "platonic," section of Craigslist, started off with the anecdote about how he had a fantasy while outside on his lunch break about a woman who was wearing a bikini made of bacon. Now that he's spilled, it's your turn! (Actually, don't tell us. It could be a violation of our commenting terms.)
He probably stopped searching for your "missed connections" Craigslist posting in 2009. But it's worth a try anyway.
Somewhere in MetroWest, there's a person hoping that a current or former Poland Springs employee remembers their meeting in the spring of 1999. "You worked for Poland Springs and lived in Framingham," wrote the woman in the "missed connections" section. "I still think about that night and what was said. I wonder of (sic) you still remember."
Read on to find out what you can get for free on Craigslist. You can thank me in the comments.
A poster in Shrewsbury has announced that he/she has, free for the taking....wait for it....a Kia Spectra owners manual. That is all.
After the rainy weather this week, this stuff might be a little soggy. But hey, it's free!
On Sunrise Avenue in Grafton, there is (or was, as of Wednesday), some free stuff on the curb, including a "fully functional" white wicker love seat and a pogo ball.
"HTML Code" is not code for anything. Seriously, he says.
A 23-year-old man in MetroWest posts that he knows while "this won't make sense to many of you," he's posting in the "man looking for man" section looking for someone to help him with some HTML coding. He needs help creating a few email templates and starting a blog. Why is he posting in this section instead of help wanted? In his own words: "Because gays just do everything better."