FOUND by Christine Lee in Boston, Massachusetts
I was at a Halloween party on Mission Hill when I saw this taped to the wall above a table of shots. The drawing is on a paper towel and was attached to the note. The words struck me as kind of deep. They may be song lyrics; either way it was funny how this note summed up the great sense of belonging and fun everyone was having all dressed up in costume.
FOUND by Christine Lee
We had a lip-sync contest as part of our company holiday party. One daring group of men decided they would dress in full drag (lingerie, not dresses) and perform “Lady Marmalade” from Moulin Rouge. The party was held a few blocks from where we work so in order to completely get into character, the five gentlemen-to-ladies came back to the office to change. Later, we found this note in the parking lot behind one of the performers’ cars. I forwarded the letter in a company-wide email. It turns out Bebo is the nine-year-old son of one of the members of the cleaning crew. He saw five men dressed in women’s lingerie emerge from our bathroom and leave the building together. Clearly this inspired some writing! I hope he doesn’t tell EVERYONE in school!