My old roommate found this in a parking lot not too far from a school. The face looks like a girl to me, so I imagine it’s just some random kid who got into your normal chick fight with her best “frined.”
I found this at the top of the trash at a bus stop next to an empty cup o’ noodles.
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!
I found this nailed to a telegraph pole on the corner of my street. It’s an intersection to a busy road, so the chances of lizard survival are fairly grim.
I found this while busing tables at the local restaurant where I work. We use these orange papers to roll our silverware.
I found this, along with many other interesting things, at my high school. It is still unclear to me exactly the first line means, but I’m glad she included illustrations. Maybe she thinks she’s a diva. Who knows?
This is a little neighbor dispute I found on the sidewalk on my walk home from dinner.
I was about one-third into a library copy of the first FOUND book when this note fell from between the pages.
Found this a few years ago in the hallway of my high school. It seemed to sum up high school politics pretty well, and I liked that it was in cursive.
I found this note on the floor in New Bedford High School– I was walking to class, saw it folded up on the ground, and picked it up. The irony of the dotted-heart i’s and the depressed tone of the note make it very surreal to me.