My Little Vampire

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.

Limpy Love Note

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).

Granny Crush

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.

Apology

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.”

Empty Love

This love note was left on the bar at a place I used to bartend. I should note it was empty inside.

Good Luck

I found this in the local park. Sounds very, VERY bitter!

Unrequited Love

I found this gem while I was on a walk during my lunch hour. It raises a few assumptions about Jack: -He is about 8 or 9 years old -His target is either devastated at losing her first love note or possibly indifferent at the loss -I think it is statistically probable that the love … Continued

From My Levatoranz

No idea what a Levatoranz or a Bulbospongiosus are, but it does seem that “J” really loves Matthew. This was found in a book outside at The Strand bookstore in New York City in the $1 books section.

Bedtime Story

I found this inside a library book – a copy of ‘We Don’t Live Here Anymore’ by hunky Aussie ex-footballer Matt Nable. I’m definitely planning to spend more time at the library in the future if this is typical of the local sexed-up literati.

Don’t Be Late

Found outside of Old Chicago very late one night. Everyone else had more or less cleared the building; this was next to the sidewalk by the restaurant’s front door. I don’t know what “it” is that the writer is referring to, but the note made me giggle. I wonder just how forgetful the intended reader … Continued