These signs were posted all over the campus of Grand Valley State University last year. Every single one was hand-written in the same distinct handwriting. I wanted to snag one of the signs right away, but I couldn’t bare the thought of this person not finding their unicycle because I had taken down one of … Continued
One day I was locking my bike in a back alley off south side of Soho Square and I saw this note in the pavement. I guess it was stuck in a lamppost but fell off. I took from the ground and originally I was thinking to stick it again, but is so funny (think … Continued
I promise that I did not take this off a wall or telephone pole; I actually found it lying on the ground and there were no others to be found anywhere.
I found this one near a high school on my way back from the mall. I was kind of sad to find it, as it seemed to me that either Jazzmyn wasn’t as thrilled about receiving such a glowing note as I would have been, or she did love it and now she’s bummed that … Continued
Found during a 7 am biology class in an empty drawer.
I spotted this find more than a year ago on the sidewalk outside my house and it’s been sitting in my living room ever since. The thing that struck me is that this is far from your ordinary missing pet flier. First, there’s no photo…then again, it makes perfect sense, all black cats pretty much … Continued
Walking out of my apartment, around the corner from the LA Community College, I found this dirtied folded piece of paper. Being across the street from a college, there is always paper flying everywhere. My neighbors and I have put a garbage can on the corner to try and encourage students not to litter on … Continued
I found this near my home while walking with my sister.
I found this note attached to a tree while walking my dog. Maggie put some effort into this note, as it was crudely laminated using clear packing tape. Maybe next time, Maggie will think twice about leaving her ceramic cats unattended on a walking trail in the middle of the park!
A co-worker found this in his driveway one Sunday morning. I kept it because it’s so damned funny and disturbing. The simple call of “flaps” got us through several horrendous days.