The first sign that a Craigslist ad is fake: a bareback, flech-hungry cumslut insists that “i have never done this before.” The second sign that a Craigslist ad is fake: he uses a picture of a porn star and says it’s him. The rat-murdering bondage daddy Nick Moretti wrote on his blog, “Damn… I wish I had that much fun in real life!!!!” Here’s the ad text and photo of the Craigslist offendor:
Muscle Latin Btm DDF 2 take Loads frm Muscle Top Aggressive Verbal Yng – 35 (South beach at a hotel)
Very hot totally athletic built dude, have a fantasy about being a total slut one night, maybe even get double fucked if you have an E for me, real masculine, hot sexy built discreet guy back home, just want to have all bunch of hot muscle or just in shape hot guys under 35 who have nice big dicks or medium cocks cut or uncut, as long as you are verbal and aggressive and you like to pound a nice hot tight hole, to come over and find me naked in bed, maybe blindfolded, then fuck my face, make sure start saving your loads of cum now, then eat my cum filled hole, drink a few beers and piss down my throat and spit in my mouth if you like and spank my ass and call me your fucking whore, then pound me and donations will be appreciated towards the cost of the room, any sort of small or large donations, but it is not neccessary, i have never done this before but it is going to be one fucking hot sex party and you are going to love it… i have two hot guys line up already. later,
* Location: South beach at a hotel
* it’s NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interest
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