When Craigslist’s Christmas holiday posts hit the internet: What’s next?

A Craigslist Christmas holiday post in Colorado.

This post, posted by a user named “Curtis, posted in early November 2017, reads in part: “Christmas has been the most meaningful time of year in our lives.

It is a time when we share with friends and family the joys of a new year.

To get us through this year we need to remember that we are all family, and we all need to share and cherish Christmas.

To celebrate the season, I’m creating a post about the Christmas Holiday, an event that has a real meaning in our family.

This post is about the holidays, but also about our family, how we all feel, and the things that we can all do to celebrate the holidays and make new memories.

“The post reads in full, and has since been shared nearly 20,000 times.

While the post is still up on Craigslist, a Redditor by the name of EthanBorz has created a video to promote it.

It’s titled “Happy Holidays” and has a message of “Christmas is not about you, but about your family.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

“Curtiss, a 25-year-old from New Jersey, is quoted as saying in the video: “The best Christmas story is the one that is shared with all of our family and friends.

“The Redditor, who goes by EthanBorza, said in an email to BuzzFeed News that Curtis was able to “get his family and neighbors to see how happy they are.””

Carr’s post has since gone viral, with more than 11,000 people having already shared it. “

It was a lot of fun to watch.”

Carr’s post has since gone viral, with more than 11,000 people having already shared it.

According to the Reddit user who posted it, Curtis’s post had over 1,000 likes and more than 30 comments.

He also said that it was one of the “top-most viewed Christmas posts of the year.”

According the Reddit post, Curtis was the first person to post a video of Christmas in person, and that he and his family had seen “a lot of other holiday content” in person.

“My family and I are so thankful that we got to see it live and have it share with the world.

I can’t wait for everyone else to experience it too,” he wrote.

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