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Warning: this ad contains graphic depictions of honest human connections. (pic via Gawker)

If you hear a bunch of clicking and clacking this morning, that's the sound of every screenwriter in Hollywood trying to adapt this Craigslist ad into the newest romantic comedy. Unfortunately, here in the real world, this ad has been taken down since it was first spotted on Reddit last night, and so we may never know the true ending. But he does have an important message for all of us: if you pick up a beautiful stranger in Grand Central Station and experience the most heartfelt connection of your life over a night of conversation, drinks and sex in New York City, maybe don't let them get on the train the next day without getting their digits. Or, actually, we have Facebook now, so that would never happen. Romance is dead.

Sources: Craigslist | redditor SXMGirl | Gawker