Your Chance to Own 35 Special Iguana Sombreros

Posted on: March 24th, 2014 at 10:00 am by

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Party iguana, Photo: Craigslist

Speaking of el sombreros, let’s soften the blow with this…

A tipster sent along this hilarious Craigslist ad penned by a Lower East Sider named Stan. Apparently, dude wants to rid his collection of 35 iguana sombreros. For free! Repeat, 35 party hats for the pet iguana you never knew you wanted, all for the price of zilch.

Just pardon his all-caps attitude:

GOOD AFTERNOON

I HAVE 35 MINIATURE DECORATIVE MEXICAN SOMBREROS TAILORED FOR A MEDIUM SIZED IGUANA, CHAMELEON OR EQUIVALENT LIZARD. EACH ARE APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND SHOULD SIT COMFORTABLY ON ITS HEAD OR NUCHAL CREST. EACH SOMBRERO COMES WITH A COLORFUL, FESTIVE STRING THAT CAN BE ADJUSTED TO FIT THE SIZE OF YOUR LIZARD. PERFECT DECORATION FOR BIRTHDAY PARTIES, CINCO DE MAYO, OR DAILY USE.

SOMBREROS AVAILABLE ONLY AS A LOT. FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. FOR PICKUP TONIGHT OR TOMORROW.

STAN
(347) 463-9997

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