Entries Tagged as 'United States'
Perhaps this bride has a fabulous sense of humor, and receiving a trashy romance novel as a wedding gift was a dream come true. However, given that Melanie found this inscribed copy at a Colorado Goodwill — and looks, she says, “completely unread” — Sariah might have preferred say, a toaster.
P.S. If you’re curious, here’s the Amazon synopsis of The Husband Trap:
Here comes the substitute bride. . . .Violet Brantford has always longed for the passionate embrace of Adrian Winter, the wealthy Duke of Raeburn. Problem is, he’s set to marry Violet’s vivacious, more socially polished look-alike twin sister, Jeannette. But when Jeannette refuses to go through with the ceremony mere minutes before it is to begin, soft-spoken Violet finds herself walking down the aisle and taking vows in her sister’s place. Soon shy Violet is a high-society wife, trying to keep her real identity a secret while living out the fantasies of her wildest dreams. Adrian thinks he knows exactly what he’s gotten himself into: Jeannette may be flighty and, well, a bit self-involved, but she’s the picture-perfect wife to carry on the Winter name. Yet this marriage of convenience brings the groom more than he bargained for when he finds his sweet, innocent wife surprising him at every turn. And though he never planned on true love, Adrian is definitely in danger of losing his heart.
related: This is a very interesting present!
Tags: Colorado · gift · love & marriage
Putting decaf in the regular coffee pot? Now that’s just evil taken a step too far.
The decaf’s response:
recent: The British version of the above note
Tags: coffee · Michigan · most popular notes of 2012 · not-so-veiled threats · office
There’s a vending machine troll on the loose in Chicago!
related: The Candyman Can’t
Tags: candy · Chicago · smartass · vending machine drama
If only there were a simple solution to this problem…
related: PC Load Letter?!
Tags: Houston · most popular notes of 2012 · office · the printer
A few days ago, says our submitter in Louisiana, a co-worker left her meal on the lunchroom table while she went to the restroom. When she came back, she discovered that some brazen mo-fo had jacked her sandwich, leaving the empty bag behind.
“Being from the Creative Marketing department,” our submitter says, “she decided to fight back against the food thief with this.”
related: Creative approaches to food thievery
extra credit: Crime Scene Sandwich Bags
Tags: Baton Rouge · food · stealing
There’s the typical New York City note…
And then there’s the Willamette Valley way…
related: Completely valid rebuttals
Tags: Comic Sans Alert · most popular notes of 2012 · New York · Oregon · smartass
Our submitter spotted this unusual sales pitch while driving in Livermore, California. (“The dealership sucks, the car sucks, but it’s for sale if you want to buy it!”)
related: You lied to me, Mr. Lundegaard.
Tags: California · car · public shaming
To me this sounds suspiciously like an episode of The League, but Stephen from Cherry Hill, New Jersey claims his daughter recently caught him heading into the bathroom “for a little sit-down,” laptop in hand. When five-year-old Rosie asked why Daddy was bringing his computer into the fecal mist zone, he replied, “Multi-tasking.”
A few minutes later, Rosie slipped the following note under the door. (The drawing had already been done earlier.)
Translation: What are you thinking Dad? That’s a horrible thing to do.
Can you really argue with her?
related: Never put nature aside for television.
Tags: Father-daughter notes · hygiene · kids · New Jersey
My friend Brooke said the doors at this New Jersey gas station were covered with notes, but this one in particular caught her attention.
(I particularly enjoyed the suggested topics of conversation. Kinda softened the tone a bit compared to this version from Toronto, no?)
related: A plea from your Boston-area barista
Tags: gas station · New Jersey · small talk
Jen in Astoria takes the Q69 bus to work every morning, so she’s quite familiar with the infamous Tony. “I hadn’t seen them in some time,” she says, until catching a glimpse of this beauty just a few days ago. (“Apparently,” she adds, “the chick is still pissed.”)
Meanwhile, elsewhere in Astoria…
related: The Tale of Tony Q-69
Tags: blitzkrieg approach · ex drama · public shaming · public transit · Queens