Poor Stanley. Always being “dealt with.”
My friends and I had a relatively lame night at the bars in Vienna: empty dance floors, bad music, the works. We were on our way to the gelato place to cheer ourselves up when we found this little guy on the sidewalk– and we deemed the night a success.
This little nugget was uncovered behind some wainscotting during a recent remodel job.
During high school renovations, the yearbook was discarding “trash,” which was a treasurefest for finds such as this.
In the post-Christmas season, its pretty predictable to find a lot of cast-off Christmas decorations in thrift stores, especially with the ever-popular New Years Resolutions of “getting organized” or “reducing clutter” being made recently by families everywhere. The subject matter immediately struck me as being awesomely … awkward, but at the same time quite thoughtful, … Continued
Whenever I find a discarded spiral notebook with unused paper in it, I save it for students who don’t bring paper to class. Sometimes these spiral notebooks have some interesting stuff in them. This drawing is one. I’m not a science teacher, but the shape of this guy reminds me of what I remember about … Continued
I found it in a taxi.
I found this folded-up by a register at the Brookshire’s in my hometown. It was written on the back of an “ITEM NOT ON FILE LOG.” I don’t know who this person is, but they should probably not date either of these guys.
I think this gem was from the 1800s printed on a large glass plate negative that I found.
This poster appeared on a pole outside my house one night. There were no others like it in the neighborhood, or posted at any stores nearby. I can’t imagine how someone lost a cat pulling a wagon with balloons.