Found by Robbie Maakestad
I found this crumpled sticky note on the floor of Whitinger Business Building at Ball State University. The first three lines weren’t too exciting, but once I got to the fourth to-do list item, I knew I’d found a gem. Due to the calculated practicality of the list, I have to assume this was written by a BSU business student. Yet that fourth list line causes me to imagine further. Has the writer of this note recently acquired un-neutered cats? Or did his/her pet just have kittens? Does the writer even own said cats? Just how many cats is the author planning to neuter? ALL cats? Regardless of the scale or context of the planned neutering, I think my title of this find is fitting.
FOUND by Steve
A friend got me a stack of old magazines at a yard sale. This one had a note taped to the cover. It raises so many questions; some amusing and some more troubling. Was something nefarious going on back in 1992?
FOUND by in a ladies restroom by Erica; San Francisco, CA
Post-it note FOUND by Kim in Tacoma, WA
“Found in a shoebox of shelf brackets at a garage sale. I didn’t buy the brackets, but I confess to shoplifting the note after unfolding and reading it. I view it as a message of hope for hairy colorblind jackasses everywhere.” -Kim
FOUND by Vicki outside a Whole Foods in Mill Valley, California
I’m sure the Superstar Mama who lost this purple Post-it from her child misses it. These are the kinds of things we save from our children because they are so precious, and they get us through the periods when they hate us!