A Detroit filmmaker is looking for someone with "exceptionally long and uniquely 'disgusting'" blackheads to pop on camera

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We gagged three times just typing out that headline – but it's true. It is so true and so disgusting. Detroit filmmaker Colin Duerr (you may remember his work from The Ded Dave Show) recently posted an ad on Craigslist looking for a human being with anomalous and freakish blackheads to be popped and possibly eaten on camera.

We know what you're thinking – this is a hoax. We, surely, believed this to be a hoax too, but the disclaimer at the beginning of the ad notes that "This post is 100% legitimate."



One hundred percent legitimate and 1,000 percent disgusting. In fact, one MT staffer has noted that this could not be anymore disgusting. 

Compensation is $100, but those who possess exceedingly disgusting blackheads and the willingness to eat them with have some bargaining power to be sure. 



The post calls for serious inquires only.

So, be serious about eating that blackhead. This is very serious.

Check out the ad here

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