Craigslist is probably the most eclectic listing of stuff ever compiled onto one domain.
While enough trolling may score you some one-of-a-kind vintage finds, there are plenty of things you should steer clear of. Think opened foods, prescription medications or pretty much anything found in a bathroom.
We know you're all savvy Internet users who wouldn't fall for these kinds of buys. You may, however, be tickled by some of the crazy household items Craigslist users try to sell — or even give away for free — to other users.
We rounded up 16 products posted on Craigslist no one should be purchasing. We didn't link to the products, because the links expire. But of course, if you're listening to our advice, you wouldn't be interested in purchasing, anyway...right?
Craigslist isn't designed for content discovery. Usually we know what we want — a cheap dining room table, a solid internship, a non-sketchy apartment — and we search for it with tunnel vision.
As a result, we can miss a lot that the site offers. Between a special YouTube channel, forums on a variety of topics and even a charitable grant program, there's more on Craigslist than you may have thought.