Entries Tagged as 'United States'
Apparently Meaghan’s roommates weren’t happy with how she disposed of her bang trimmings in the recycling bin. But c’mon, at least she didn’t leave em in the sink or the shower drain, right? Or…maybe she was confused about how the whole “locks of love” thing works? Or…aww, screw it. Can’t you bitches all just get along?
related: Dear mother of hair baby…
Tags: hair · heart · Massachusetts · mean girls · recycling · roommates
As amused as Emily in Houston was by this item description at the local Salvation Army store, she had to empathize a bit with the poor sucker who wrote it. (“The desk really was large and heavy-looking,” she says.)
related: We don’t want your ugly couches and heavy desks.
Tags: Houston · retail hell
As someone with a small bladder, Becky of Apostrophe Catastrophes says she’s peed in many a hotel lobby bathroom, but this was the first time she’s encountered a passive-aggressive note in the process.
“Ironically,” she says, on this occasion, “I actually was staying in one of the rooms they hint at in the note.”
related: The best bathrooms in Fairbanks, Alaska
Tags: bathroom · motels & hostels · New York
Tags: gaming · Illinois · most popular notes of 2011 · neighbors · noise · non-apology apology · p.s. · the po-po
The subtle version (from Denver, Colorado):
And the not-so-subtle version (spotted by Ariana in Boulder, Colorado):
related: Is it really worth $1.59 to spend eternity in one of the lower kingdoms?
extra credit: Coke, Sprite, or Ice-T
Tags: beverages · Boulder · Colorado · Denver · restaurant · stealing
Writes our submitter in Philadelphia: “In our apartment building, packages are left by the block of mailboxes, relatively near where your individual mailbox is. I’ve never had a problem, but apparently not everyone was so lucky…this sign was on every floor of the building.”
related: I hope your cat chokes.
Tags: most popular notes of 2011 · neighbors · Philadelphia · stealing · toilet paper
Reports Barb in Las Vegas: “A woman in our office, originally from the Philippines, just got her citizenship. Our often inappropriate receptionist wrote this note on her card.”
Yes, that really does say “no more climbing over barbed wire in the nite.” Adds Barb: “She also printed lyrics from West Side Story in giant font and hung them in the area where we had celebratory cake. So odd!”
related: America the not-so-beautiful
Tags: Comic Sans Alert · Las Vegas · misplaced patriotism · office · oh no you didn't · WTF?
Apparently only the not-so-valuable employees get banished to this closet, as spotted by Lindsey in Kansas.
(Psst, Savanna! You might want to check this place out.)
Meanwhile, Kristi in Oregon noticed that inner peace is apparently not on the menu for the general public at this vegetarian restaurant.
related: The Sushi Nazi
Tags: Kansas · not so much passive-aggressive · restaurant
Writes Erica in New York: “I don’t think this woman is aware that the aggressive automatic flush makes water splash all over the toilet seats…but she’s obviously very angry.”
related: Coffee pot flowchart
Tags: etiquette · flow chart · most popular notes of 2011 · New York · office · piss · toilet
When four people share one bathroom, true equity in toilet-paper purchasing is nearly impossible to come by without conflict.
Just take a look at the opening salvo issued at Laura’s apartment in Georgia:
…and the first response:
Your move, “Scott.”
related: Five approaches to TP maintenance
Tags: college life · Georgia · gloriously redundant · Jesus · p.s. · rebuttals · roommates · signed with love · smartass · toilet paper · visual aids