30 Percent Bro, 7.5 Percent Hipster, 12.5 Percent Raver: Cheeky Girls Seek 'Coachella Boyfriends'

'Coachella Boyfriend': Do You Have What It Takes to Be These Girls' Date?
Kate Bosworth sits on the shoulders of then-boyfriend Alexander Skaarsgard during the 2010 Coachella Music Festival
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updated 01/20/2014 at 01:35 PM EST

originally published 01/14/2014 02:00PM

As with the majestic songbirds of America, the coming of spring heralds the migration of young women to the Coachella Valley in California, home to the annual Coachella Music and Arts Festival.

During their yearly sojourn, these migrants will take part in the traditional rituals of their culture, including "relaxing," "partying" and "rocking out." Though many of these activities can take place solo, other, more advanced traditions, such as "snuggling," require the help of a partner. How to get the full experience if you're flying sans boo? The answer is as simple as it is profound: Find a dude on Craigslist.

That's the strategy used by two anonymous festivalgoers, who advertised their need for male accessories in a Craisglist post called "Needed: 2 Coachella Boyfriends for weekend 1."





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The Craigslist post, since deleted

Describing themselves as "2 fun-loving girls," the pair put a call out for dudes who were "approximately 30% bro (don't lie, there is a little of it in all of you – just admit it to yourself and save us the time), 7.5% hipster/indie, 12.5% raver and 50% normal."

What would such a man look like? Like this.

The perfect candidates would be interested in the diverse musical stylings on display at Coachella, from Fatboy Slim to Lorde to Outkast, though fans of "whiney" AFI were encouraged not to apply.

If chosen, applicants would be granted the opportunity to accompany the Craigslist poster girls across a weekend of delights, including but not limited to "car-camping," beer pong, and carrying the girls around on their shoulders.

Though the posting has since been removed, we can't help but root for these ladies. And if Craigslist doesn't work out, may they find a strapping young man-chariot the old fashioned way: on Tinder!

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