It’s Not What You Know, But Who You “Know”

A young woman posted an ad on Craigslist in which she asks for help in locating a job for her ex-boyfriend Evan. You’re thinking, Wow, what a nice girl. Even though they’re no longer together, she’s still willing to help Evan find a job.

Well, let’s not start praising her for charitable goodwill just yet. This young woman has selfish, ulterior motives. Find out more after the jump.

According to the ad:

We made a deal that if I get him a job by passing around his resume he will leave the apartment that we share. It’s a really nice place with cheap rent and I REALLY want to keep it.

Oh my! Got ourselves a little War of the Roses situation going on, do we? Okay, perhaps it’s not as extreme as that, maybe it’s more along the lines of that Vince Vaughn/Jennifer Aniston flick. Whatevs. Again, the situation is nothing too unusual, right? I mean, this is New York, after all!

But wait! There’s more!

Just in case you aren’t feeling her plight, you aren’t too keen on helping Evan find his way out of financial embarrassment and on the road to gainful employment, the ad poster has a little incentive for you. Her hot bod. Yep, if you are able to help these ‘tards achieve the goal of finding Evan a job, the poster will sleep with you. As soon as Evan is out — or maybe even sooner! (After all, she is a girl with needs.)

You can check out a full screen cap of the ad, which apparently has already been removed from the ‘List, by clicking the image below:

Help my ex find a job and I\'ll fuck you!

This speaks volumes about the crumbling sense of morality in modern society, not to mention it shines a light on our country’s unemployment problems and the difficulty in finding a decent and cheap apartment in NYC. And it seems to validate the old axiom regarding finding a job in this day and age. When it comes to finding a job, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. And I mean that in the Biblical sense.


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