Some friends bought a house here in California last summer. We found this in the garage taped to a toilet seat!– among things left behind by the previous tenants. Enjoy
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.
I found this in a IU student lounge and I couldn’t believe they would use Comic Sans for something so serious. I also wondered what the “specific tasks” are that you can do to earn extra cash. And yes, people had taken a few of the tags at the bottom.
Found in the gutter on Ramsay Street. I am most struck by the comment about the stove. It seems to say, “Look, I’m not really thrilled about the dope-shooting in my house, but I could live with it if you were just a little more conscientious about turning off the stove when you were done.” … Continued
Spotted two summers ago on the curb outside my apartment near campus. I first thought that it described the symptoms of someone suffering from a strange neurological disease but, then again, it might have been inspired by a drug-induced trip.
I found this on the ground in Park City. I think it’s left over from the Sundance Film Festival. I hope Reid felt better and did the green ones. Party like it’s 1974!
A few years ago I had just moved into an apartment. One day I came home to find this on my front door – no idea who it’s from or what it means. The creepiest part is that whomever it was had apparently hung around for a while before posting it. That, and the strange … Continued
I used to work at a coffee shop frequented by an inordinate amount of methamphetamine-addicts. A pair of such unsavory types one day came in with an opened can of (I kid you not) clams, and began offering them to the shop’s patrons. These guys even made a little sign reading “Free Try Me Fresh” … Continued
Found on the window of the CTA El train.
I found this note on the ground while walking my friend’s dog. No good story from me on this, but I’m sure the person who wrote the note has plenty. (info/resources: www.ncadd.org)