Entries Tagged as 'way harsh'
Writes Eric: “My sister and her boss got a little tired of the constant banter outside their offices.”
(Note: This above sign is not to be confused with the “no cankle zone” delineated by a competing faction of office mean girls.)
related: The Office LOL Police
Tags: mean girls · noise · office · way harsh
Victoria in Maryland received this heartwarming card from her mother a few years ago. (“She was mad because I put an end to her partying in the garage at my house.”)
related: More birthday mama drama!
Tags: birthday · Mother-daughter notes · way harsh
“There has always been candy on the secretary’s desk at work,” writes Dennis in Louisiana, “but “someone recently moved in to the office who does not need to be eating any candy. I think the message here is pretty clear.”
related: This is a candy-optional office
Tags: actions speak louder · candy · hey fatty · mean girls · office · public shaming · way harsh
Ben in California says he got this notice in the mail a few days ago, though he’s not sure if the rest of the neighborhood got it, too. “These folks have lived there for about six months, but I’ve never talked to them. I guess now I know why.”
related: A not-so-subtle clue that your co-worker isn’t interested in small talk
Tags: neighbors · parking · small talk · way harsh
So, Tiffany left her boyfriend Nate a cute little note one morning when she left early for work…
This is how Nate responded:
Well, that took an unexpected turn
Tags: Netherlands · sig o · signed with love · The Earth · way harsh
Bill was walking down the street in Madison, Wisconin when he passed this note — complete with a rejoinder from the neighborhood joker — taped to the door of an apartment building. [frowny face emoticon!]
related: Please pick up your dirty laundry ASAP
Tags: breakup · way harsh
Eerac and I met up in Barcelona last week, where we climbed lots and lots of stairs. The one time we didn’t, of course, the Metro station totally called us out.
Eric and I are still climbing stairs (now in Poland and Portugal, respectively), where we haven’t yet seen any similar signs. Back in the States, however, Christine in L.A. spotted this rather harsh version in the elevator of a 7-story university residence hall.
related: Buffalo, please use the elevator
Tags: elevator · hey fatty · Los Angeles · most popular notes of 2012 · way harsh
This was the “constructive criticism” Peter received from a classmate on his latest creative writing assignment. (Doesn’t it make you really want to read the whole paper?)
related: So you were hoping to get an A for “asshole-like entitlement?”
Tags: college life · Iowa · most popular notes of 2012 · way harsh
While perusing the magazines at Barnes & Noble, Shelly found this bit of divine snark affixed to the latest XBOX magazine.
Haterz still will hate, I guess?
related: Cigarettes & energy drinks
Tags: "helpful" advice · California · gaming · God · way harsh
Ashley in Ohio has no complaints about the English skills of her Japanese pen pal, but this “thank you” card left her feeling like something must have gotten lost in translation. “Although I’ve been sending her e-mails and cards for every tiny holiday, this apparently hasn’t been enough to satisfy her,” Ashley says. (Ouch.)
related: Please don’t sit with me ever again.
Tags: Clearly a non-native English speaker · painfully polite · thanks (but not really) · way harsh