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Guy offers up Nationals playoff tickets on Craigslist in exchange for threesome

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If there happen to be a couple of ladies in the D.C. area inclined to part with their dignity in exchange for MLB playoff tickets, well, one Craigslist user has an offer for you.

An unidentified man has offered up on Craigslist his two tickets in the Diamond Club section of Nationals Park for Friday’s postseason-opening game against the winner of Wednesday’s NL Wild Card game between the Giants and Pirates in exchange for sexual favors. A threesome, to be specific, as he “always wanted to take place in a threesome,” presumably meaning “take part.” “Take place” almost implies he may want to simply sit in the middle of the action and watch said threesome, as if the threesome will “take place” around him. Oh well.

And chicks only, alright? It’s not like he’s some “old gross dude,” after all. He’s 24 — athletic even — so maybe only women who are good-looking need apply as well. The guy apparently may be somewhat well-off in the wallet as well, so between not being an “old gross dude,” being “24 and athletic” and how he doesn’t “really need the extra money” one can get from selling playoff tickets, he’s actually a pretty decent catch. You know, except for the entire “posts gross and perverted ads on Craigslist seeking sexual favors from strange women for unneeded items” hangup.

It’s nice — gentlemanly? — that he notes this is a “no strings attached” kind of thing going on here. He’s not expecting the three to shack up and live in some kind of hyper-sexualized “Three’s Company” kind of arrangement. Which is refreshing. Too often promises of tickets to sporting events in exchange forĀ  indiscretions related to group sex are bogged down with, you know, “strings.”

Ultimately — and unfortunately for this guy — something tells me that there are other tickets available for Friday’s game. You know, the kind of tickets where there is no need to sexually degrade oneself by engaging in a threesome with some horndogger chumbolone in order to procure them.

It may be all for naught anyway. The ad may be taken down by Craigslist at some point, an eventuality that will in all likelihood occur sooner rather than later … if it’s even a real ad in the first place, something that isn’t necessarily a lock to begin with.

[H/T Dan Steinberg/Twitter, via Hardball Talk]