Writes Matt in Los Angeles: “I went to get some of the 2% milk I keep in our communal work fridge for my coffee, and BAM! — front and center was this lovely.”
Entries Tagged as 'signed with love'
May 3rd, 2009 · 197 Comments
March 10th, 2009 · 129 Comments
You decide: which masterpiece is most worthy of the Lisa Frank award for the most artistic expression of repressed rage?
Is it Exhibit a, from a hip-hop retail store in California?
Exhibit b, from an American college dorm?
Or Exhibit c, from a shared apartment in Guelph, Ontario?
Oh, and ladies? As you busy yourself with your construction paper and colored markers, never forget the most disgusting thing!
related: What, no bubble letters?
February 23rd, 2009 · 90 Comments
Travis’s bud Josh — a cable guy in Delaware — snapped this photo while out on a repair call.
Meanwhile, Elaine in California is wondering if Phil makes housecalls, too. “I always get up and open the blinds in the morning to let the light in,” she says. “As soon as my roommate gets up, she immediately closes all of them.”
related: Oxford drama
February 15th, 2009 · 97 Comments
Two target customers for Lisa Frank’s new line of movie tie-in stickers — coming soon to the Hot Topic/Urban Outfitters near you!
(Above, from Colorado. Below, from California.)
February 13th, 2009 · 68 Comments
Here’s to crass commercialism!
(And kisses to Jennie and her boarding school bud Michelle for the Valentine!)
December 29th, 2008 · 89 Comments
“My family moved out of the house we grew up in seven years ago, and our old neighbor sent us this Christmas card,” writes Gloria in Los Angeles. (Gloria herself seems to have made a particularly strong impression.)
Meanwhile, in Providence, R.I., Jessica’s aunt seems to be doing her best to put the “X” in “X-mas.”
related: two birds with one snowman
P.P.S. Do you really have a belly like a bowl full of jelly? If so, you might want to lay off the cookies.
December 24th, 2008 · 42 Comments
“My 8-year-old daughter was concerned about all the pictures of Santa portraying him with a whip,” says Lisa in Orlando, “so she wrote him this letter, thinking he might appreciate her helpful advice on taking care of his animals.”
related: no girls allowed
December 20th, 2008 · 108 Comments
Once upon a time, our anonymous submitter informs us, a plucky young fellow who goes by the name “Fluffy Fox” found his way onto the walls of this underutilized Florida dorm shower. An avid personal hygiene enthusiast, Fluffy has always been all too willing to provide grime-infested student bodies with his full rundown of bathroom reminders.
If passive-aggressive notes are good enough for prime time, surely there’s room for Fluffy’s bathroom antics in today’s lackluster Saturday morning cartoon lineup, no?