I found this letter sticking out from under my desk.
I had to look up the meaning of allowing someone to do the motorboat thing.
I was substituting a fifth grade class and found this when I was cleaning up at the end of the day. It blew me away to think this kid was probably only 11 years old and he’s already been branded a bad kisser! Maybe we need to spend more time on SPELLING with Joey!
This note was found neatly folded on the stairs in my high school.
I found this on a lonely bench at my school after a long, hard day. The simplest things can make you feel better, they really can.
I found this in the pocket of a pair of pants dropped off where I work (at a dry cleaner’s – we have to check all the pockets before the clothes go into the machines).
At my place of business, we have an enter-to-win ballot box that I clean out once a week. This was written on the back of one of the entry forms. Don’t do it, Granny. He’s just trying to get in your will.
This was one of two crumpled sheets of paper I found in an otherwise empty trashcan at the back of an old hardware store. The other sheet was covered with hearts and had “I love my dog. I love you God.”
This love note was left on the bar at a place I used to bartend. I should note it was empty inside.
I found this in the local park. Sounds very, VERY bitter!