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Woman Attempts to Sell Husband on Craigslist [VIDEO]

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What do you do when you’re fed up with your spouse’s video game habit?  Alyse Bradley from Utah listed her Modern-Warfare addicted husband in the “Free Stuff” section of Craigslist, and even got a few offers.

Someone offered to trade a bag of Skittles for him. A few men offered to trade places with her 22-year-old spouse. Others suggested the two go for counseling.

Take a look at the video, and Alyse’s ad after the jump.

“Easy to maintain, just feed and water every 3-5 hours,” read the ad on Craiglist’s “Free Stuff” section. “He enjoys eating and playing video games all day.”

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