Leah spotted this note in the changing area at Colman Pool in Seattle, a city she describes as “the epicenter of passive-aggressive communication.” Adds Leah: “I like the image of the kid’s shimmying out under the stall door as being a nifty method of floor cleaning. It’s both disgusting and passive-aggressive in the extreme!”
Entries Tagged as 'Seattle'
September 29th, 2013 · 51 Comments
March 11th, 2013 · 18 Comments
Forget Tupperware parties — who could resist a Nasty Crap Container™?
related: Don’t be such a miserable sod
extra credit: Fred and Friends “Bug Bags” Lunch Bags
September 9th, 2012 · 35 Comments
This is not a passive-aggressive note, this is not a joke — this is a public service announcement, brought to us by Sarah in Seattle.
(No, it’s not as crazy as this, but darn, those tomatoes are cute.)
related: To the tomato thief: YOU WIN
extra credit: Tomato thief, busted
June 27th, 2012 · 47 Comments
Everyone’s favorite landlord, Thanx Garry, is back! This time, he’s here to reassure his residents that he’s determined to keep them safe from the epidemic of bug-eyed book-learnin’ types currently ravaging the globe.
P.S. I’m so happy this picture exists:
March 26th, 2012 · 42 Comments
So, apparently this is how creationism debates play out among employees of Seattle coffee shops.
March 17th, 2012 · 48 Comments
Our submitter, Cynthia, spotted this exchange clipped to a fence in her Seattle neighborhood. “I love the meanness of trying to publicly shame my neighbor into returning this amazing garbage can, and my other neighbor’s overly offended response,” Cynthia says. As of yet, she adds, “the mystery of the missing garbage can remains unsolved.”
Meanwhile, I think some of us are still a little confused about what type of emergency constitutes calling 911. (Hint: a missing garbage can is not one of them.)
January 16th, 2012 · 19 Comments
Spotted by Kathy at her office lunchroom in Seattle:
The real sad reality?
related: You sure nag like my mother…
June 21st, 2011 · 298 Comments
I’m probably more than a little biased when it comes to determining whether or not Alan in Seattle — the writer of the note below and self-appointed Lord of the Laundry Room — is, in fact, an ass.
For one, even though I know the scent of fresh laundry is actually thanks to evil chemical compounds and not “mountain breeze” or “spring rain,” I still kinda love it. Of course, I don’t live in an apartment directly above a laundry room. Instead, I live in an apartment surrounded by chain smokers. And while I hardly enjoy the smell of cigarettes, I’ve managed to deal without threatening to confiscate my neighbors’ Marlboros and replace them with bottles of bubble solution. (I also keep my windows shut.)
What say you, troublemakers? Is Alan wrong? Or is he just an asshole?
related: You’re not wrong, Walter
June 15th, 2011 · 30 Comments
Compared to the notes we usually see about food theft, Steven seems like a pretty reasonable guy. But isn’t “respectful stealing” still something of an oxymoron?
recent: That Outback bread was…
June 2nd, 2011 · 60 Comments
I asked our submitter if she might be able to snap another photo of this memo/notice — one without the ghostly reflection of the man in the wifebeater — but alas, she says, it has since been taken down and replaced with a new memo offering a $500 reward for information leading to the culprit still vandalizing the elevator.
And yet, now that I’ve spent a little time with this image (in all of its beautiful absurdity), I’ve come to feel that it just wouldn’t feel quite complete without wifebeater man. Because this, my friends, is a work of art.
related: Thx Sandra