Our submitter, Steffany, says she found this abandoned burrito in the microwave and set it on the table. When she woke up the next morning, she says, “my roommate had left me this a bitchy note…so I left one for her.”
related: Haterade on the rocks, with a twist
FILED UNDER: college life · drizzunk · food · Kansas · microwave · Oops? · roommates
As it turns out, at least one study has shown that laughter in the workplace can actually improve productivity.
Of course, that didn’t help our submitter in St. Louis from totally freaking out when she found this anonymous note on her desk at her “conservative” office, where she says that although silence pretty much reigns, “I giggle and talk loudly all the time.”
Our submitter later found out that the note was a “prank” from a friendly coworker. (But — paranoia alert — was it completely in jest, or a p-a power play?)
related: To my coworker, the thundering cow
FILED UNDER: noise · office · St. Louis
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
FILED UNDER: cleaning · kitchen · Los Angeles · TL;DR
Kay spotted these signs while shopping for CDs at a store named JB Hi-Fi in Melbourne. “I personally agree with everything said on there,” Kay says, “but the two 17-year-olds who brought the note to my attention clearly didn’t. (One of them actually said ‘Who the fuck is Johnny Rotten?’) I thought it was priceless.”
related: Top five musical crimes perpetrated by record store customers in the 90s and 2000s
FILED UNDER: "customer service" · Melbourne · most popular notes of 2013 · music
FILED UNDER: flowers, trees, houseplants & gardens · stealing
In the U.K. —more so than anywhere else — self-proclaimed “polite notices” are quite often anything but. Take, for example, these two notices, both from London.
related: A polite notice from New Zealand
FILED UNDER: "polite notice" · dogs · London · piss · shit · toilet · U.K.
At Westside Market in New York City, a cheesemonger gives his final two (hundred and ninety-nine) cents:
related: Don’t blame us — blame the crazy lady!
extra credit: Meet The Mysterious Cheesemonger Behind The Quotable Fromage [gothamist.com]
extra extra credit: A Collection of Curiously Eccentric Cheese Labels [nymag.com]
FILED UNDER: cheese · don't blame us · New York
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