Found at corner of New Montgomery and Market streets.
I came outside for my lunch break this afternoon to find a note on my bike. No idea who it was from, but apparently they’d really like to park their bike where I’ve parked mine for the past two years.
A lovely note found in my apartment building.
Parked for a few hours in the evening on a residential street and came back to find this note stuck on the window of my car. By the way, I didn’t have a backpack, nor am I bald (or male).
Found this gem while walking home in the rain. I love how they torch and threaten this poor guy. That’s what I love about this town, full of love.
I found this in the parking lot of a grocery store.
I found this on the ground in the parking lot of my apartments … the ending remarks are sweet.
I found this in the Price Chopper parking lot. Obviously, some jerk parked his car across two or more spots. I like the way the author emphasizes the offender’s obvious sense of entitlement by underlining “you,” as well as the use of “asshat” as opposed to the more pedestrian “asshole.”
I found this on the floor of the elevator in my dorm. Yikes, sounds serious.
After returning to the elevator of my old apartment building, I found this next to the entrance. The elevator was carpeted from floor to ceiling and had absolutely no ventilation to relieve itself from the unmistakable stench.