Ahh, the good old days, when men were men, women were women, the Internet didn't exist and one had to troll at a much slower pace.
Craigslist personals haven't been the same since the spambots and professional escorts moved in, but now there's Collective Love, a service that can help us remember the site's glorious, incomprehensibly written past.
Knowing what gets posted on Craigslist, it's hard to believe Sinéad O'Connor went through a dry spell in the romance department. But she did, admitting in a recent column for the Irish Independent that "yams [were] looking like the winners." Figure that out for yourself—I'll spare myself the trauma of explaining it.
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