Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Posts Ad For Wedding Date On Craigslist, Quickly Finds Her Soul Mate.

You can meet a lot of shady people online, which is why finding a date on Craigslist is so risky. You never know who will answer a want ad. It could be a really nice person, or someone who’s a total creep. But one woman named Jessica Huey decided to take a chance and go on Craigslist because she really didn’t have too many options left. She needed a date for a wedding and time was running out.

Being single isn’t easy, especially when you and your non-existent plus one gets invited to a wedding.

In 2013, Jessica Huey got a wedding invitation from a dear friend. It was going to be a beautiful fall wedding, but the last thing Huey wanted to do was to attend the wedding as a single gal, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Being single isn’t easy, especially when you and your non-existent plus one gets invited to a wedding.

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Huey didn’t want to go alone because of the simple fact that one of the groomsmen was her ex.

She always considered herself a competitive person, so she really wanted to win the breakup game by making her ex jealous. So, she took out an ad on Craigslist. But she had listed plenty of requirements for her potential date.

Huey didn’t want to go alone because of the simple fact that one of the groomsmen was her ex.

It seemed like Huey was looking for the perfect man, and fortunately, she received lots of responses.

She had no way of knowing if this would work or not, but she had to try. Luckily, there was one guy who really caught Huey’s attention, and he claimed that he would help her make her ex jealous, which was good enough for her.

It seemed like Huey was looking for the perfect man, and fortunately, she received lots of responses.

Huey had just moved home after attending college, so she didn’t really know anyone in the area.

It’s why she turned to Craigslist after Googling for solutions on finding a date for a wedding, and it paid off. She had asked all potential dates to send a response in 25 words or less and she ended up getting about 40 responses per week. But it was RJ Stieger who caught her attention.

Huey had just moved home after attending college, so she didn’t really know anyone in the area.

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Stieger knew that he had to become whatever Huey asked him to be when he arrived at the wedding.

He was willing and able to what she asked, but he didn’t exactly follow the rules when he initially responded to her. He was supposed to include a photo, but he didn’t. But since he referenced the 2004 romantic comedy, “The Wedding Date,” and minored in ballroom dancing, she was hooked.

Stieger knew that he had to become whatever Huey asked him to be when he arrived at the wedding.

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