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What’s one of the hottest sellers on Craigslist these days?  Positive pregnancy tests!  Women across the country have reportedly been selling their positive pregnancy tests, and their buyers are likely up to no good, according to The Inquisitr.

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An example of one of the iniquitous ads comes from a Buffalo, N.Y. female seller that reads:

Wanna get your boyfriend to finally pop the question? Play a trick on Mom,  Dad or one of your friends? I really don’t care what you use it for.

The sellers of these positive pregnancy tests, which have a going rate of upward of $25 each, have been promising positive end results to their potential buyers.  Most of these “entrepreneurs” also state that they don’t want to be privy to their buyer’s crafty schemes.

Currently, Craigslist, which many have referred to as “the work of the devil,” has been a breeding ground for all things scandalous. It has also drawn the interest of federal authorities because of the innumerable amount of reported prostitution and drug use allegedly occurring in their forums.

As far as the fake pregnancy tests, currently, there is no policy in place at the website that would prohibit their sale.

So, fellas, you might want to probe a bit further the next time your chick presents a stick!

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