Craigslist user seeking girl to conceive small children with him during eclipse

Most people post ads to Craigslist looking for a roommate or maybe a chore, but one enterprising gentleman from California was seeking to inpregnate a fellow eclipse enthusiast.

According to an ad that appeared earlier this month in Craigslists activity partners segment, a 40 -year-old man from the San Francisco Bay Area is looking for a woman who wants to conceive a child with him during Mondays total solar eclipse.

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I am 40 years of age, Caucasian male from Europe. My heritage is strong and pure, he opened his proposal, which may or may not have been genuine.( Oregon Live reported that he did not leave his contact information .) My appears, instincts, knowledge and strength is 100 percent pure and 100 percentage lethal, ” he added.

In his post, the user was attempting a worthy female with strong genes, beauty and smart-aleckies to make love with him during the eclipse, timing it so that the moment of conception happens as the moon passes wholly in front of the the sun. He also wanted the intimate act to take place in Oregon presumably in the path of totality although he had not yet determined an exact place.

When totality pass, we will have simultaneous orgasms and we will conceive small children that will be on the next level of human evolution, he wrote.

The man also touted that everything will be aligned in the local world, including both his and his partners cosmic energy, and even his penis, which he told would be directed toward the sun.

However, he does have one caveat: Any girl who accepts his proposal must like cats, but her posture towards narcotics is apparently not a concern.

Drugs are OK. Nitrous Oxide while we climax and experience totality and conception, is OK with me, he added.

Oregon Live reported that the original post was removed less than two days after it was initially posted, but a transcript of the ad remained in Craigslists best of section as of Monday.

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