Well, lookie here: this office in Florida has a “Jeff” of their own!
Entries from August 2011
August 31st, 2011 · 85 Comments
August 30th, 2011 · 67 Comments
According to our submitter, this car hasn’t been spotted in the path since.
related: BAD PARK YOU!
August 29th, 2011 · 55 Comments
Kelly in Halifax was on her way to the bus terminal when a note in the window of a small souvenir shop caught her eye. A few days later, she spotted an update, too.
(And no, the black bars weren’t present in the original photos.)
August 27th, 2011 · 69 Comments
Really, some people are just better off living alone.
Presented in order of appearance:
August 25th, 2011 · 44 Comments
Patti in Madrid, Spain couldn’t help but laugh when she saw this notice. “I kept imagining all the losers buzzing random apartments, asking, ‘Hey, is this the dental clinic?’” — presumably, until one of the frustrated residents posted this sign.
Translation: The dental clinic is at the button that says “dental clinic.” Thank you!
related: Please, contain your excitement.
August 24th, 2011 · 39 Comments
Allie in Ypsilanti, Michigan was walking into her local Target store when she noticed this little art installation on the sidewalk outside. Granted, she says, “The closest Wal-Mart is about two miles away, and I have no idea how the cart got there either.”
The chalk artist had also drawn purple arrows across the parking lot in the direction of the Wal-Mart, and while Allie says she didn’t check to see if the chalk lines extended all the way to the store, “drawing the arrows but not taking the cart back would have been pretty P-A.”
Meanwhile, Michi spotted this piece of guerilla knitwork chained to a post near NYU. (“It was, on inspection, empty.”)
extra credit: Why Wal-Mart’s current business model is doomed [AdAge]
August 23rd, 2011 · 66 Comments
Mim decided to take a back road to a friend’s house in Wisconsin when she spotted this sign in someone’s front yard — presumably, she says, a reaction to the two large silos that were recently erected in the corn field across the road.
related: Roadside intervention
August 22nd, 2011 · 47 Comments
At Summer’s office in Austin, there are a few known “soakers” who constantly leave their dirty dishes in their sink. Apparently, the office soothsayer has had about enough of this practice.
(click the image below to enlarge)
P.S. I kinda have a crush on this sign.