Craigslist's "Activity Partners" section is making a major comeback now that New York City is making moves toward a "shelter-in-place" quarantine.

It would appear rather than looking for a one night fling, people are looking for someone to hunker down with for a few weeks.

One ad from a 42 year old businessman lists his height and weight, and says “If it’s end of days we can at least go satisfied, and if we live through it then we have an interesting story to share for the rest of our lives." His only ask is that they are drug free and disease free.

“Would love to connect with someone, gather some food, necessities and hide together, we can get to know each other, have some fun while doing it."

A Bushwick "young good looking guy" is looking for "a little quarantine service" from "Latino men, open to attractive."

One girl shared an add for a "covid-19 boyfriend (2 weeks max) for whenever we're forced to self-quarantine."


Part of her offer was that she has Hulu, HBOgo, AmazonPrime, and Showtime. She listed her Instagram for people to check her out.


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Talking with NYPost, she told them she got hundreds of responses, the majority of which started with them saying they have Netflix, completing the hole in her streaming services.

She said she made the post on Craigslist simply to gain Instagram followers, but ended up with 250+ ads.

Read more at New York Post

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