Awkward request, indeed.
June 1st, 2007 · 56 comments
June 1st, 2007 · 23 comments
“I was out of the country for a week, and when I came back, I found this gem taped to the bathroom mirror,” explains our anonymous submitter in New York City”" (a.k.a. ‘Pig’). ”I’ve since moved out of the apartment — after she accused me of peeing on the bathroom floor and into the non-existent bathroom air freshener, and I decided I couldn’t take any more of her.”
June 1st, 2007 · 8 comments
mike in paris brings us this petit message passif-agressif:
<<paris – 28 may 2007
one must do one’s work during the daytime and NOT at night, or else it’s the police that will be working!
for the last time!>>
May 31st, 2007 · 27 comments
One of these notes is from Los Angeles; one is from Lexington, Kentucky. Can you guess which is which?
(Thanks to Eve in Kentucky and Natalie in L.A. for submitting.)
May 31st, 2007 · 16 comments
From Amy in Ocean Pines, Maryland, who explains: “I have had a problem with the people I live with (namely my husband and sister) who do not understand the concept that a dryer full of lint is a fire hazard [!!!]”
May 31st, 2007 · 23 comments
From Lindsay in Burbank:
Says the author of post-it #2: “The next day, she added a note that said, ‘Keep eating my sushi and you’re going to find out!’”
And from Jason in New Haven:
(To the left, the original note. To the right, the response.)
If you’re guessing these guys are engineers, you’re not that far off.
May 31st, 2007 · 9 comments
This note is like the teenager who manages to contain themselves long enough to grudgingly recite a lengthy mandated apology, but then can’t resist turning around and giving the finger afterwards…or the perky flight attendant who finally cracks when the drunk fat guy hits the call button again at the end of a long flight. Mmm, feel the repressed rage!
(Thanks to Jenn in Hudson, Ohio for submitting!)
May 31st, 2007 · 12 comments
May 30th, 2007 · 18 comments
From Lars in San Francisco.
May 30th, 2007 · 39 comments
In her defense, Eeka says there were three to four empty spaces available in front of her house when this note was left — two of which she shoveled out herself.