When you’re looking for a job, scanning Craig’s List is a constant source of both humor and horror. Case in point:
Digital artist seeking female models for bondage art project. I need a few lovely models for a series of mock kidnapping photos/videos. Must be comfortable with being tied up, and have a love for art that pushes boundaries (no nudity).
Uh, yeah. Even if I was “comfortable with being tied up,” I doubt that that would be a blanket policy encompassing any wierdo I find on Craig’s List.
CHRISTIAN MALE MODELS AGE 18-20 (TORRANCE)
*******CHRISTIAN MODEL CASTING CALL!!! WE ARE LOOKING FOR “ON FIRE FOR THE LORD” MALE MODELS. MUST HAVE A CHRISTIAN LIFESTYLE AND A TESTIMONY IS A +. LOOKING FOR ALL ETHNIC BACKGROUNDS FOR AN UPCOMING EVENT AND OPORTUNITY!!! CONTACT MONICA
I get the capitalization. If there’s one thing that gets my attention, it’s capital letters. And exclamation points! I loves me some exclamation points. But what’s with the seven asterisks at the beginning? Could they be symbolic of something?
I also love that they want you to contact Monica, patron saint of alcoholics.