Best of Craigslist: Selfie Edition

“I’m trying to sell my horse. But first, let me take a selfie.”


Why do people think selfies make sufficient sales photos? Are you trying to sell us your horse or your face? Exhibit A:





Um, OK. We really get a great sense of what your horse’s blaze looks like — great job. Our next one, sent in by Kate, isn’t technically a selfie but it stills merits some recognition: “This picture is freakin’ hilarious. This is what I’m going to do in my next sale ad.”





Moving right along… from Shay: “Love the Best of Craigslist articles, I mean, you just cant make this stuff up!! Apparently there is a surplus of bread horses on the market over here on the west coast.”

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From Misti: “Because it’s creepy AND Valentine’s day is coming up? HAHAHAHAHAHA!”

Creepy Horse Head Mask – Tailgating, Steelers/Penguins, Valentines Day – $20 (CECIL)


Brand New
I can ship this to you or you can pick it up in Cecil, PA (near The Golden Pig)
Shipping is $3
If you need it shipped, you can pay by Paypal (with delivery confirmation) or by money order/mail.

Yet another universal truth – a person wearing a Horse Head Mask looks downright disturbing. But don’t take our word for it, wear this latex mask with realistic fur mane to your next social function and watch as people scramble to avoid you!

Wear it to Steelers Games, Penguins, Downtown, Creep out your Family!
Realistic brown latex horse mask with faux fur mane
Fits most adult heads
Guaranteed to get you noticed at social functions


From Meagan: “Congrats on your super creative spelling of ‘gelding’! Really, you made that way harder then it needed to be. And thank god for those pajama pants, without them that camo almost had you hidden!”



From Chloe: “I would really like to know what the Kentucky DerbyShire is…”


From Bailey: “Saw this and just about died. Looks like a dog kennel on wheels!”


Readers, if you run across an “interesting” ad in your Internet wanderings, send it our way! Email the link to [email protected]. Who knows – maybe you’ll help connect a horse with a safe, loving home. Go Riding.



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