I found this sign in the one of the bathrooms in my office building. Obviously someone got pretty pissed off when they went to sit on the toilet!
This was found at a payphone in a downtown shopping mall.
My friend lives in a complex frequented by homeless people as a short cut. Apparently they were using the semi-hidden porches in the parking lot area to poo in privacy. In an act of desperation this sign was put up, begging them to stop. I stole the sign; it wasn’t up for very long.
I found this crumpled up in a little ball on the floor of a beauty parlor washroom sometime back. It’s now hanging in my own bathroom.
I found this in a bathroom on campus. There was no pencil attached but there were other similar postings around the walls of the bathroom with Splenda packets taped to them.
I found this picture outside of the movie theater where I work. The picture itself is blurry, and it’s stamped April 1987 on the back. Brusha brusha brusha!
I found this sticky note in the bathroom at my workplace. I don’t know who wrote it, but it was a good reminder that even in the most sterile, professional environments people are constantly struggling with an inner life.
It’s the collection of little differences that I enjoy when I’m abroad, and this was a great reminder I was far from home. It was taped to a toilet cubicle in Uganda, presumably after they had to keep wiping mud of the toilet seat.
My buddy and I saw this on the men’s room door at a Wendy’s and laughed at its possible misogynistic interpretations. We swiped it and had it hanging in our dorm room for the entire semester.