Adriana in Playa Del Rey, California said her husband found this note from a non-wind chime enthusiast taped to their outside of their condo building. “I personally love all the exclamation points,” Adriana says — “especially the cheery ‘thanks!’ at the bottom.”
Entries Tagged as 'California'
February 6th, 2013 · 118 Comments
January 25th, 2013 · 57 Comments
Erin in Los Angeles says it all started with a simple “No staples, please.” Then the whole office got involved.
related: Death by a Thousand Puns
January 16th, 2013 · 47 Comments
Our anonymous submitter in L.A. says this opus was posted at the kitchen of a production company working on a network television show…where at least two people seem to have too much time on their hands.
related: Dear Desperate for Salad
January 8th, 2013 · 56 Comments
Writes our submitter, “Bob L,” in California: “I posted a negative review on Yelp of a local business. Next time I came in, I saw this note posted on their bulletin board. Glad I didn’t use my real name!”
extra credit: Portlandia “Bad Yelp review” [youtube]
November 25th, 2012 · 38 Comments
This is just…a thing of beauty.
related: You don’t mess with Bob Mess.
November 20th, 2012 · 39 Comments
“There have been a lot of missionaries coming to our apartment building lately,” our submitter says, and apparently the occupants of Unit 307 have had enough of it. Adds our submitter: “I thought the Jesus Band-aids were a nice touch.”
November 1st, 2012 · 79 Comments
Writes Jenny in San Diego: “There are four of these identical laminated signs posted at face height around the tiny front lawn of a house in my neighborhood. The lawn actually would look fine if it weren’t for the rude signs.”
DO YOU KNOW THESE DOGS??
October 17th, 2012 · 46 Comments
Writes our submitter in California: “Our custodial staff is very careful about not throwing stuff away just because it looks like trash. This co-worker wanted to make sure the right things got thrown away, but might have gotten a little overly specific.”
The result? “An onion of confusion and garbage.”
related: Hey, that garbage was important!