Drugstore Zombie

I work in a used bookstore. I found this in a copy of “The Birth of Tragedy and The Genealogy of Morals” by Friedrich Nietzsche.

Blacklight List

I found this on the floor by the sinks in the girls bathroom at my high school. Sounds like fun? On the back it includes “927.84XX LED -The Lizard King (crossed out) KER – On the Road JOY – Jeemes Eoyce DUN -Say you love satan KOE – Stoner & Spaz.”

I Regret

I found this on the way to the Granville Island Market. I wonder if she gave the note to her friend, or lost it before she had the chance. Either way, hopefully the secret is safe.

Trying to Hide

Found this picture of a girl trying to hide herself on a grassy verge at the side of Cook Street. The only reason I stopped to pick it up is that when I zoomed by it on my bike the first time, I mistook it for a five dollar bill. The picture was cute so … Continued

A Gift For You

Found at Krispy Kreme Doughnuts inside a book left behind at the coffee station. The book fell open to an underlined paragraph about loneliness, which I thought was significant as I have just been turfed from a six-year relationship. I will read the book and pass it on in the same manner I found it.

Bud Clothes

I saw this bit of paper lying over the drain by the curb, and hoorah! Not even a boring receipt!

The Closer I Get to You

I just found this note on the street last night. Everyone that I was standing with fell silent when I read it, and there was a quiet until someone said, “Yep, that’s pretty much it… isn’t it.” Enjoy.

On the Boat

We found this photo outside the front gate of our home. We live on a busy rural highway, so it must have blown out of a car window. The back of the photo is date stamped April 9th, 2004 and somebody’s handwriting is a bit washed out but it reads: “on the boat”. I wonder … Continued


I found this in a local mall. It looks like Giggles has nailed this one right on the head.

Right to the Point

I found this business card-sized warning on the ground in Chinatown. These have been spotted across many Western Canadian cities.