Holy shit. Check out this Craigslist ad. I cannot believe the useless, worthless, pieces of shit that have flocked to Brooklyn, driven up our rents and taken up precious living space all in the name of horrific art and pointless projects. These delusional cumstains must think they are in some movie about the adventures of a raw and struggling artist who lives in gritty conditions – scraping by in this big bad city on a few sales of their deep and unique art work and craftsmanship. Meanwhile,  they are really some Sunny-D type adult toddlers who were chauffeured around suburbia in Volvo’s most of their lives – went to some expensive liberal art school and are staying in Brooklyn as long their parents or trust funds allow them to. How sickening is that?

Who the fuck would buy that termite-eaten piece of crap for $230 dollars???? Not me but that was a rhetorical question. I’ll tell you who might buy it. Some pseudo-quirky Megan or ironic Quaid who would back up their reason for this purchase by saying they believe in supporting local artists and giving back to the community blah blah blah blah blah. Yeah ok, fuck that – it’s all about being an attention starved try-hard to them. It’s all about meeting at Egg or some other gentrification eatery for brunch, being seen eating rooftop kale and poached eggs, wearing a zany hat and telling Josh and Molly about their one of a kind table they just bought.

Here is the ad:

Hand-made wooden tv stand – $230 (bushwick)

Date: 2011-12-19, 12:01PM EST
Reply to: sale-7624s-2742883392@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

Cute and Cozy, just in time for winter. Fresh out of the studio!
I built this out of reclaimed wood found throughout northern Brooklyn. Painted with Milk Paint. All the wood was sanded and varnished.

This piece could be used as a nightstand or a small tv stand. I put a couple of extras on this one like a drawer and a little cubby hole with a removable container to keep baby-doll arms, sling-shots or cornmeal. There’s also a little black door to keep things tidy and out of sight. I also put a shelf on the right (removable for larger items) and cut a hole in the back for cords for a dvd player or other electronics.

I did a little wood-burning to make it super-cute.

This would be a great addition to a small apartment, bedroom, children’s room, or to throw off of a old ship at sea.

Height 16 3/4″
Width 21 1/2″
Depth 14 1/2″

Free Pick-up or $15 delivery

If you have any questions or comments let me know. My name is John.