Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Beige Duck Pattern Stove Covers - $2

I saw your ad on craigslist for the
Beige Duck Pattern Stove Cover . In the ad you say
"One set of 4, these are new and were opened only to put on the stove when we sold our parents house. Must be picked up."

Will you be informing the people who purchased your parents' house that I will be coming to pick them up or will I have to explain the situation?


Hi ,

We already did sell the house and just have the stove covers in storage at their office. If you are interested, they can be picked up anytime at XXXXX, Unit 8. The office is open Mon-Fri 11:00am-6pm and on Sat 10am-2pm. But please confirm a day and time that would work for you so I can inform someone to have it ready at reception.

Thank you.

Why did you want to hide the stove when you were selling the house. Is it a fire hazard?

The stove wasn't a fire hazard, my mom just liked to cover the burners for decoration.

If your mother is such a fan of covering burners, why would she not have already owned a set? You claimed these were ONLY used for the sale of the house...

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Top ten gifts for guys - $7

Top ten gifts for guys

Hi There,

I saw your ad on craigslist for the Top ten gifts for guys . I then saw the picture of the change holder. I don't mean to be crude here but the "top ten gifts for guys" are

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Monday, November 30, 2009

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Hi There,

I saw your ad on Craig's List for the PANCAKE MAKER . In the ad you say that I could "COOK BOTH SIDE WITH JUST A FLIP OF THE PAN". That is amazing. I didn't know that the technology existed to be able to cook both sides of a pancake just by flipping something over. I wonder if there is a way to do that by flipping something over that is a little lighter than a pan, like maybe something the weight of a pancake? I guess that is too much to ask for I should just enjoy this space aged technology.