This is pathetic to me. What do you guys think?
"Is anyone out there willing to donate any games for the xbox 360? Me and my girls got one for christmas, and we only have one game (Soul Caliber V) and one controller. I am still out of work, although I am looking every day. So we were wondering if anyone had any non-sports games that they no longer had much use for, that they wouldn't mind donating to a great family. We aren't big on sports games here, although racing games, anything from Bethesda Software, and Rockstar are always popular here. Beyond that, let me know what you have, and we can go from there. I hate being in this position, but this stupid xbox is the only thing we have, beyond this old PC.
No, we are not looking to buy games, as we have no money, which is why we are hoping there is a generous soul or two out there, who might be willing to donate games. And no, we are not selling any games, either...
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and have a great day!"
I don't have a problem with someone asking either, if it were genuine. Of course it's difficult to tell in most ads.
Here though, it's interesting that he mentions that games from Rockstar and Bethesda are popular in his household. How old are these girls? If they are kids, then it sounds like he is trying to get games for himself. Also, beggars can't be choosers.