I first registered a fake gmail account and posted W4M ad in the Casual Encounters section of Craigslist. For those that don’t know what Craigslist Casual Encounters is, its a place where men and woman can go place an ad for no-strings-attached (NSA) casual encounters and hookups. The ads are placed are usually a few sentences long and the men post pictures of their penis why the woman post no pictures at all.
As expected I received a ton of response from this W4M ad, in total I received over 100 in less then an hour. It was just to fast, when I got done reading one email two more new ones hit my inbox. Most of the emails if not all included only a few facts, age, weight, height, race, location, and a photo of them shirtless or a picture of their penis.
What surprised me the most was a good portion of these guys that responded to the ad seemed normal. Don’t get me wrong, some serious freaks and assholes responded being demanding. Though I was caught off guards by the number of normal guys who responded, they were good looking and in shape. These were just regular guys just looking to get laid.
As expected my ad was flagged.
Those who are not familiar with this function, anyone browsing you Craigslist ads can flag them as spam. I’m not sure why this happened, I did not respond back to any of the men and my ad looked real as I could make it. I gather that the men get mad when a female does not respond and flag the ad as spam. Good job guys, great way to piss of the real women.
Guys you should take away a few things from this experiment.
1. Craigslist Casual Encounters is over whelmed by men and next to no females use it. The few real females that use it are, BBW, HWP or serious ugly women. My advice is to stick with the Best Online Casual Encounters Sites I recommend. I just place a free personal ad and let them come to me. Craigslist Casual Encounters time takes way to much time to be worth it.
2. 99% W4M ads are fake and coming from spammers and scam artist. Most of them want you to respond so they can get your email and send spam, and the others want you to sign up for webcam sites or fake adult verifications sites to steal your credit card.