I found a wad of folded up photographs on the ground while walking home. They were fairly aged, as though someone had been carying them around a long time in every kind of weather, really cherishing them and what they stood for.
I found this at my school today, at a computer workstation.
I was walking around when I found this taped to an ATM. I quickly snagged it and put in my purse.
I found this nailed to a telegraph pole on the corner of my street. It’s an intersection to a busy road, so the chances of lizard survival are fairly grim.
Found in an old sketchbook.
This was found on the city information sign outside of the Malt Shop downtown. The death may have been induced by seafood allergies, pincers of mass destruction, or a severe case of lobsterusphobius resulting in heart failure.
I found this picture in a “Loverboy” record I bought for 99 cents at my local Goodwill. I’m not sure of the location or the date it was taken.
I found this note on the back of somebody’s dinner check at the restaurant I work at. I think it holds a lot of truth.
I came across a water damaged photoalbum while rummaging around a demolished house. There where a number of photos illustrating what a fun the time the guy had had, out hunting moose with his buddies.
This was inside of a book of cat pictures. Apparently this old lady lost her beloved kitty Koko and was practically inconsolable so her daughter bought her this book. The whole book was full of quotes and poems that she wrote. Poor old cat lady.