FOUND by JustForFunorama in Austin, Texas
These were posted all over my neighborhood in the North Loop area in 2006. I never saw the badger.
FOUND by Amy in Austin, Texas
This gem found me, actually; it was wedged between the pages of a book I ordered from Amazon about a year ago.
FOUND by Kayanne Armer in St. Edwards University, Austin, Texas
Parking in Austin is horrible. Parking in Austin when you’re late to a final is even worse.
FOUND by Tiffany Shropshire in Austin, Texas
Found in between the pages of a book I was leafing through at Goodwill. It was in a little envelope with Faulkner Flowers in San Marcos, TX, on it. I also found a brochure for a workshop on reaping your social security benefits circa 1991 in the same book. I’d love to know what the other stuff was, and how good it must have been if flowers were only second best.
FOUND by Jeffrey in Austin, Texas
I found this on a table in a coffee shop. There were two unused napkins sitting on the table. When I moved them, I noticed this note written on the bottom napkin. I had to look up the definition of “decorous.”
FOUND by Peter Bernacki in Austin, Texas
This was found this in a pair of pants purchased from a thrift store.
FOUND by Kate Dempsey in Austin, Texas
I found this Post-it on the side walk at the University of Texas. No sign of a saw.
FOUND by Chris and Laura in Austin, Texas
Found this on our table at a comedy club.
FOUND by Heather in Austin, Texas
I found this flyer duct-taped to a light pole on 6th Street in the Entertainment District. I’m an advertising major and this caught my eye because I thought it was an awesome guerrilla marketing technique used by some advertiser to get people to call in about their product; but, when I called, the guy told me he really had left his backpack in this “Joe guy’s truck” and needed it back because it contained his digital camera. He was genuinely disappointed when I told him that I didn’t have his backpack.
FOUND by Laura Coco in Austin, Texas
I work at a school for English for students all over the world, and I found this list of vocabulary words in the parking lot. I’m embarassed to admit that I don’t know some of the words on the list, and I have been speaking English for 21 years.