Our submitter spotted this sign next to the door of a video game shop in Australia. “I’m left wondering how often this must have occurred to warrant the sign,” she says.
Personally, my favorite part is the unusual choice of the word making. What exactly is going on here? (“That’s it, Alfie. If you really want Bioshock Infinite, you’d better face the wall and take a piss first!”)
related: How many times did this have to happen before they put up a sign?
FILED UNDER: exclamation-point happy!!!! · kids · odor · piss · pointlessly self-censored profanity · WTF?
Our submitter in Chicago says that there a used to be a trash can near the front door of her apartment building, but because it was always overwhelming with doggie poop bags and other smelly trash, she wasn’t sad to see it go. Apparently, some of her neighbors are still in denial.
related: I don’t want to touch the bathroom door handle, so I’m just going to toss my paper towel on the floor
FILED UNDER: Chicago · garbage · neighbors · rebuttals · that's trashy
related: Dear mother of hair baby
FILED UNDER: bathroom · Chicago · sad face · that's disgusting
Kathy in Wisconsin spotted this note in the breakroom of the hospital where she works. Writes Kathy: “The funny thing is, the shelf isn’t that high up — I’m 5’4″ and it’s about chest level with me — so whoever wrote that is either really, really short or really, really doesn’t like the feel of stirrers on their arm when they’re reaching for the sugar!”
related: Is this a thing now?
FILED UNDER: hospitals & doctors · so this is a thing? · Wisconsin
Writes our submitter in Alabama: “After the both men’s rooms in our office suffered from some serious anal explosions, our boss sent around an accusatory email,” which everyone in the office assumed was directed toward a particular coworker, Dan. “Dan vehemently maintains his innocence,” our submitter says, “and in an effort to ‘prove’ it, he posted this note above one of the desecrated toilets.”
related: A diarrhea-only toilet?
FILED UNDER: all clogged up · not-so-veiled threats · office · shit · toilet
Precious in Texas says that whenever her mother comes over to visit, “all she wants to do is clean my messy house.” One day, Precious says, her daughter, Allison — along with Allison’s 5-year-old cousin — decided to take matters into their own hands, writing this warning and handing it to their grandma “fast mail.” As for Grandma’s response, says Precious, “I had to read it to her because she was laughing so hard.”
related: Never put nature aside for television
FILED UNDER: cleaning · family · Grandma · kids · not-so-veiled threats · p.s.
FILED UNDER: don't blame us · most popular notes of 2013 · politics · posted online
September 30th, 2013 · 24 comments
Lauren in Brooklyn says that when she asked her roommate, Josh, for the rent, “he gave me kind of a blank stare, but agreed to tape it to the fridge.” Instead, she got this:
Meanwhile, Oscar spotted this hand-painted masterpiece in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle:
related: A message for our former housemate
FILED UNDER: money · roommates
September 29th, 2013 · 51 comments
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!”
related: A few reasons not to feel sad that the public pool is closed for the season
FILED UNDER: bathroom · kids · Seattle · swimming pool · thanks (but not really) · that's disgusting
September 25th, 2013 · 44 comments
And was it one of the “special” towels? (The kind that keep you in indentured servitude for seven years before you’re allowed to marry?)
P.S. I’d like to dedicate this post to my brother Danny and his fiancée, Meg, who are getting married this weekend in Minneapolis!
related: Those were the special towels!
FILED UNDER: family · Ireland · stealing