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Best Personal Ads From 'LA Times Magazine'

If you love the smell of self-loathing and desperation, but hate Axe Body Spray, check out BuzzFeed's list of the 50 funniest Los Angeles Times Magazine personal ads. It's almost too much to take in at once, and half of them are probably fake, but they're still hilarious. One has to admire the unabashed honesty of wanting a "goofy hipster chick" to drive around so you can "brag about being the only white people at a filthy C-grade restaurant," or the guy who wants a conservative woman to "blast Hannity" in his Prius while abusing him. That's the thing about weirdos: They're frighteningly specific. And, it being L.A., there's a good chance the most outlandish ones are real.

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