FOUND by Jessica F. at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
My roommate Tracey found this remorseful letter on the ground near her school. The saddest part is that it had been sealed with tape and obviously never opened, meaning either that it never reached its recipient, or that she threw it on the ground without reading it.
FOUND by Deanna in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Found in the bottom of a grocery cart in a Save-on-Food. Such a tantalizingly intimate (yet completely mysterious) glimpse into a relationship. The most crucial of all: why do they seem to have so much trouble finishing a gallon of milk?
Found on the road under our mailbox next to the Pearson Air Museum. It’s part of a note book. Many of the pages are dated. All are from 1990. I wonder where has this been for the last few decades? It was kept a long time, it must have meant something to someone.
FOUND by Chris in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
This is the very first time I have seen or heard of somebody addressed as “bachelor.” I love this message because it is just so bizarre and each line read solves none of the confusion of the previous line, but only serves to raise more questions. I half-seriously wonder if it is in some kind of code. I hope Mr. C. and Bachelor enjoyed their BBQ and bike ride together.
FOUND by Kyle Antivenin in Business District, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
I was walking to lunch in a back alley behind my office, between Pender & Dunsmuir streets, and saw this tacked to a telephone pole in the middle of the alley. It was basically right in the middle of a low-foot-traffic area, where very few people would ever see it. So I don’t know who the poster was trying to reach. Luckily I got a head start on growing my beard in January, but I think I’ll trim it into a “Pennsylvania Dutchie” for just this occasion.