Craigslist is to the Internet what the classified pages are (were?) to print newspapers: It’s a website for people to sell or buy goods and services, find jobs, check out apartments, and make filthy, disgusting, personal connections. And because it largely functions as a zany virtual bazaar of assorted depravities, it often surprises and amuses. Humanity doesn’t get more human.

Study: ‘Pimps’ are doing business online, despite stings
But sex workers say researchers ignore how the internet has made pimps less necessary.
Dudes claim $50 reward for finding prosthetic leg stolen by beavers
This might be the weirdest lost-and-found story in the history of Craigslist.
Close Encounters of the Casual Kind: Women were on top at the DNC
Sometimes it takes a village to get your rocks off.
Real estate brokers are now using PokéStops to sell apartments
'Community driven building that is also a POKESTOP with a lot of perks.'
Woman on Craigslist roasts ex who gave her ‘breakup blender’
Hell hath no fury like a woman who receives a totally bizarre breakup gift.
Leaked DNC email reveals fake Craigslist ad planted to smear Trump
'The boss has very strict standards for female employees.'
Close Encounters of the Casual Kind: Fourth of July edition
In our new Craigslist sex column, July 4 gets off with a bang.
You can own this couch that Bernie Sanders maybe farted into
And it's free—just like college and healthcare should be.
This Craigslist missed connection is the ultimate feminist victory
'Thank you for being a peaceful presence in a predatory space.'
Here’s what $700 in rent will get you in the most expensive city in the U.S.
If this van's a-rockin', don't come a-knockin'.
No plans for Mother’s Day? Pretend to be this dude’s mom for $100
'I just really wanted to go eat a giant brunch while an older lady talks to me.'