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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Mardi Gras: What Happens When You Search for Your Baby's Father on St. Louis Craigslist?

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He wanted to leave his name out and told us only that he's a 30-year-old lifelong St. Louis resident.

"I like seeing how other people react to obscure situations," he says. "Years ago, I saw on Craigslist there was a similar post...that might've been sincere.... I wanted to see what kind of reaction I'd get."

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The idea just recently popped into his head, and he says he doesn't normally post on Craigslist and hasn't done anything like this before.

He also says he wasn't too surprised by the results.

"It just confirmed the way I believe people on Craigslist would be honestly," he says, adding that he shared his secret only with a few guys at work who got a kick out of the replies.

It was a bit surprising to see just how many people took the post as an opportunity to try and score a hookup, he says.

"I'm in a shitty situation, but you're gonna make it your good situation. Why?" he says.

Here are the rest of the replies (warning: some include graphic language):

hi hows it going?

WOW! That is the lowest post on here yet! Girls are just so class now in days!

I've always wanted to sleep with a pregnant girl! You should hit me

Ill hook up with you beautiful ...[this one came with nude photos]

Continue for more of the replies.

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