My glasses are broken. You can take me to an optometrist to get tested and fitted for a pair of glasses.

I look good in glasses.

Then we’ll see what you can do with/to my new frames.

It’s all true:  My glasses are broken.  They’ve been broken for a while.  I use first aid tape to secure the left arm to the frame.  It’s a pain in the fucking ass, and has been for a while.

They broke when I was getting in my friend’s car.  They fell onto the ground and then I proceeded to step on them.  Not smart.  Thing is it’s difficult for me to see when I’m not wearing corrective lenses, so I couldn’t see to not step on them.  I’m poor and have very expensive taste in eyeglass frames so I’ve not had the glasses replaced.

A few weeks prior to placing the above ad, I placed another Craig’s List Casual Encounters ad asking someone to fund a pedicure for me.  That ad resulted in my my feet getting pampered on a nice guy’s dime.  We may get together for drinks in the future, but so far that’s all we’ve done, get me a pedicure.

I was retaping my broken glasses – again – when I realized I could have a new pair.  There are lots of guys who like girls in glasses, and not everyone is as poor as I.  It doesn’t hurt to ask.  I placed the above ad.

Of course I got several responses that were lame and silly.  And I got a response from a guy I was already fucking (San Francisco’s so fucking small).  So the night I placed the ad I took a cab to the guy’s hotel where we proceeded to fuck.

I spent the night with the guy in his hotel room.  I don’t usually spend the night with him, as he has to work early, but I was hoping for some morning sex.  Despite morning rustlings that included me rubbing my ass into his cock, he got up to get ready for work.  Dammit.

When I got home I had an email from Craig’s List that indicated my ad, my innocuous ad, had been flagged and removed.  According to the email, “Approximately 98% of postings removed are in violation of craigslist posting guidelines.”  My ad didn’t even have swear words.

“If your posting was wrongly flagged down (2% of flagged ads are) please accept our apologies and feel free to repost.”  I reposted the exact same ad.  It was again flagged and removed.

What I find particularly comical is that many men have complained to me that there are no “real” women on Craig’s List, just a lot of bots and requests to go to pay sites.  I’m a real woman, dammit!  I really need new glasses, and getting glasses is as good a way to meet someone as any other.

I swear.  True story.

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