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Saturday, October 12, 2013
FINALLY - AN ORIGINAL AD
For lack of anything better to do and/or a penchant for trolling around the hood, I log onto Squackpage and Craigslist in gallery mode (much more efficient) to check out the ads at least once a day. In just a few minutes, I'll know who's been up to what in Manhattan for the previous 24 hours. And I often wonder why anybody would post voluminously when it's so easy to see hundreds of ads in so short a time. What's the point? Well anyway...frequency of posting isn't my subject matter today. Rather, one particular ad caught my fancy.
Reading an escort ad is mostly like eating a rice cake. There's simply no flavor or substance. It's the old "you've seen one you've seen them all." Mulling through poorly-written advertisements in which the girls themselves extol their own virtues ad nauseum is hardly grey matter-enhancing! But yesterday, I actually found an original Craigslist ad that made me laugh. Instead of championing her body or skills outright and suggesting that guys come over to put her to the test, the girl took a self-portrait looking down at her awesome DDD's with the headline "your ad on my cleavage!"
Yup! For just two hundred bucks a day, she'll put your message right on the sweet spot and parade it wherever! Clubs, Times Square, Yankee Stadium? You name it and she'll perpetuate your mythology in a place where everybody is sure to look - her fabulous tits!
I absolutely love the concept. I mean...who doesn't look at awesome cleavage? Only one problem, though: While the doctor's work is first-rate, the fact remains that her endowment is fake! And call me crazy...but fake tits connote a bait and switch hustle which would obviously extend to whomever advertised on said plastic juggs! Now if she had real DDD's, that would be different. But fakeroonies? Sorry honey. I'll keep my two hundred bucks.
Whatever...here's the ad. Enjoy!