This was found in a grocery store parking lot on a particularly gusty afternoon.
I found this trampled and weather worn note on Eastlake Avenue on my way home from a friend’s house one night. It seems so earnest and helpful– like the kid who wrote it was concerned for the neighborhood’s safety.
We found this sticking to a movie poster at our local theater. Working as an over-night janitor, I tend to find pretty random things, but this has to be the oddest. No number or address, so the kid really doesn’t want his bike back. He just wants the thief to feel his hatred.
I was checking out a copy of A Million Little Pieces by James Frey at the public library and when I got home this note fell out of the book.
The title page from American Psycho complete with an endearing note to a former, but apparently still swooning lover.
Saw this on a lamp-post whilst walking home.
I found this in the gutter in a Target parking lot. Could be an old work romance, or just a workplace flirtation? I’d be a little cautious taking a relationship to the next level with someone whose nickname is “Stink.”
I found this in the bottom drawer of a dresser in an apartment I was cleaning out. It made me feel kind of sad.
I saw this note taped to the call box of my apartment building. I laughed out loud. Later, I learned that my friend had taken (and used) the fan from the dumpster, not realizing that there was a potentially-rabid bat inside!
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