Alrighty, folks. Yesterday’s “millennial-bashing” post seemed to stir up outdoor-cat levels of ire, so I think it’s time for a day of healing. I’ll even set aside the issue of “passive-aggressive” vs. “just straightforward aggressive.” Cheap laughs for all, courtesy of Sarah in Providence and Peter in New York!
November 12th, 2013 · 62 comments
November 11th, 2013 · 285 comments
Writes our submitter, a college student in Colorado who I would really like to smack some sense into: “We had a change in professors midway through the semester in my fiction workshop. The new professor does not understand that his class is not the absolute most important thing in the universe.”
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November 7th, 2013 · 104 comments
The only think Derek — I’m sorry, “Dman” — had to say about this note was, “i live with some girls, and one is pretty funny.” Something tells that “funny ha ha” isn’t what comes to his roommates’ minds when mopping up Derek’s puddles of urine.
related: The Piddler on the Roof
November 5th, 2013 · 50 comments
Melissa in Ontario received this note — attached to a raw chicken breast and wrapped in plastic wrap — pushed through her mail slot several years ago. To this day, she says, “I’ve never been able to figure out what I did that was so horrible/distracting that it ruined the best orgasm of someone’s life and also what raw chicken has to do with it.”
related: Down and dirty down under
November 4th, 2013 · 76 comments
Explains David in California: “Because of an ant problem, Julia can’t keep her candy in her room.” Thus…
November 1st, 2013 · 61 comments
Sarah spotted this lovely handpainted sign just down the street from Walmart in a small town in Washington state.
Meanwhile, in another small town across the country, Megan in Virginia spotted this car in her local Walmart parking lot.
October 30th, 2013 · 78 comments
related: NO CANDY GO AWAY!
October 28th, 2013 · 38 comments
Carolyn and her husband were intrigued by this message on a car they spotted at a roadside farmer’s market in Maryland. “We desperately wanted to know who the driver was and who wrote it,” Carolyn says. “Unfortunately, we never got to see either before we left.”
So, what do you imagine the story is here?
related: What does your car say about you?
October 24th, 2013 · 69 comments
“Foster’s Market in Chapel Hill, North Carolina is a pretty popular place right off a college campus,” says our submitter, Hope. “Lots of students come in, maybe get a coffee and sit for hours using the free wireless without buying anything else.” In response, the owners recently changed the name of the WiFi network. Gets the point across, no?
related: Passive-Aggressive WiFi