FOUND by Alicia in Boston, Massachusetts
The humor behind this find is the fact that it was located between the pages of a steamy book assigned for my love and eroticism class. This course apparently inspired this adventurous couple to do a little more then learn.
FOUND by Scott
I found this note folded into a novel I bought new from amazon.com. The novel is Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood, not the type of read you’d associate with an apologetic lover. Or “peeny.”
FOUND by Charlie Grillo in Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut
I found this while walking around my college campus. The back reads: “Project save the end of my summer”.
My thoughts were why would someone who is clearly bold, proactive and extremely extroverted need to solicit for a boyfriend? Then again who would agree to be boyfriend in a relationship that by design was never going to last? What would this “nothing to lose”, “the end in near” type of attitude have on the conventional dating experience? The whole idea seems like a setup to a cheesy rom-com, but fact usually is stranger than fiction, so who knows what this summer will hold.
FOUND by Kelly H. on a Subway napkin at a local brewery
Cleaning and closing up for the night brings many finds, but I’m sure these two were lost without this formal paperwork they left on the table. Subway and good beer brings compromise. BUT, things change, you understand.
FOUND by Lindsay in her bike handles
I have a cool bike. It’s green and has a classy bell. I found this note attached to my handlebars two years ago. I tore off the number and called. We’ve been together since.
FOUND by Sarah Wolcheski in Connecticut
I found this on my lawn.
FOUND by Sara in West Lafayette, Indiana
I found this Valentine’s Day card in the hallway of my dorm at Purdue University.
FOUND by Alex in New Haven, Connecticut
I found this waiting for a doctor’s appointment, neatly folded on a chair. My main question is whether this was returned to the note-writer this way, or if the recipient circled their response but never returned it.
FOUND by Mandy in Culver City, California
My roommate was putting in a new shelf unit, in her closet, when this piece of paper fell to the floor. Folded up into a tiny piece of paper, written on the front and back, Milli stashed this away behind a piece of wood in the closet. I hope she was single and not in an unhappy marriage. and she would be able to find a nice man and check some of the attributes off of the list.
FOUND by Liz in Detroit, Michigan
A typewritten, fill-in-the-blank enigma. Who wrote it? What for? Why a big church wedding? What does the last sentence mean?? How long has it been since you’ve thought of the word “daffy?”