There are six pages with writing in this spiral notebook (with the cover “Orient’e – Authentic Oriental, Made in Japan”), none of which look like they were done by the same person. Following a first page that simply says, “Mike’s Phylosiphy”, and several blank pages interspersed with a crossed out grocery list and a page … Continued
I was working gown pickup at graduation at the University of Houston and I found this note on the back of a gown receipt on a bench after the ceremony. Looks like she was ready to start her life out right with drugs and cuddles.
This list of “pros and cons” was in a book called Surviving Homeschooling. Found in a second-hand book store.
I found this on my desk in Chemistry class. Apparently Joe has a secret admirer.
I found this list on top of a baby change table in the women’s washroom at a drop-in play group.
Found at a local library in a book of short stories by Vladimir Nabokov.
A co-worker and I found this on the way out of our building one day. We can only assume that this girl is trying to convince her parents why she should go to UA. However, we cannot fathom how and why this school would help “deal with fear problems.”
Found in the women’s restroom at Mary’s Club, an infamous and seamy strip joint. Karen wrote on her lovely stationary what I can only assume are burning questions she’d pose to a potential date. Question #1 is valid: married? Then a second important question: kids? But then after that – is she just looking for … Continued
We found this on a bench on the University of Prince Edward Island campus. I hope she was happy with the decision she made.
Someone left this on the circulation desk in October of 2002. I guess it’s advice/commands for drag ball participants. My favorite line is the last one.