Found this in a parking lot.
I moved into a new apartment in Baltimore and started drinking early with some friends to celebrate. Needless to say, I forgot I parked my car in a small alleyway to move my things in through the backdoor. I woke up the next morning with this note on my car, which has a Pennsylvania license … Continued
I found this in my driveway one morning. At first I was really alarmed, and paranoid because I thought it was really aimed at me, but when I calmed down I realized it didn’t make sense: I am not a Generic Asshole and I have my own parking space. I liked it because I have … Continued
Whoever wrote this was pissed off. Funny part is how small the piece of paper is. It must’ve have been really late and this is all he could find to write on.
Found this on a shelf in the business section at a bookstore a couple weeks before Christmas. It’s written on the back of a bank deposit receipt. The account balance was $1,663.47.
Found this in my pocket this afternoon. Whoever wrote this could have easily asked me to move my coat but instead wrote this note.
It was during a horrific snow storm and I ran out of gas on the way to one of two gas stations open at the time. Luckily I was able to turn left onto a street going downhill and I parked my car in front of an apartment building and coincidentally, in front of a … Continued
My friend found this note in the parking lot at the University of Houston. Ho! Ho! Ho!
I saw this piece of paper on the street, at the intersection of Bivins & James Streets. It was early Sunday morning and I was walking the dog and picking up trash. I picked it up. The poem is written on the back of a portion of the wine list from some restaurant.
I found this in the Price Chopper parking lot. Obviously, some jerk parked his car across two or more spots. I like the way the author emphasizes the offender’s obvious sense of entitlement by underlining “you,” as well as the use of “asshat” as opposed to the more pedestrian “asshole.”