Coma Weekly FREECYCLE Digest

Freecycling is when a person passes on, for free, an unwanted item to another person who needs that item. From silverware to mobile homes, people worldwide are choosing to freecycle rather than discard.

 

[FreecycleComa] OFFER: cat litter box

We are offering a new (used) cat litter box.  It is a Petmate jumbo deluxe hooded pan. Willing to give away the cat as well.

If you are interested, then please send me a message.

Michelle

 

[FreecycleComa] OFFER: Comedy activities for kids

Our son has been doing a standup routine for the last two years and we think it’s time for him to think about doing something productive like school work or just have some friends. We are giving away his stage, microphone, laugh track and knock knock joke book. These would be good for parents who aren’t looking for their kid to be employed or move out any time in the near future. The microphone and stage have been used for multiple bathroom performances. Please pick a date and time during the day as he doesn’t know we are “giving away” his stuff. If you have any normal children’s toys you’d like to trade we’d love anything like a jump rope, dirt bike, medical instruments, books on how to grow up and be a doctor.

 

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Want to contact the FreecycleComa moderators?  Write to us at townofcoma (at) gmail.com .
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Please always use:

– OFFER: old couch– did not sleep with my ex on it (Downtown/courthouse/ in a cell/ on top of a mountain)
– TAKEN: old couch strange stains [to be used to withdraw an OFFER for any reason; only to be posted by the member making the OFFER]

– WANTED: stapler or false teeth [Please use this one sparingly]– Cannot be “wanted mate” or “wanted sex” or “wanted a hot chick”
– RECEIVED: stapler [to be used to withdraw a WANTED for any reason; only to be posted by the member making the WANTED]

NEED, PPU, REOFFER, RE-OFFER, etc., are not acceptable keywords, and nothing other than the keyword should appear before the item description.

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