A Boing Boing reader says: "Passive-aggressive notes from roommates, neighbors, coworkers and strangers -- a funny sub-genre of the whole found notes phenomenon, and something that anyone who's ever had to share a kitchen or a bathroom can probably relate to. (Tags include exclamation-point happy!, not-so-veiled-threats, and "helpful" advice.)" Link
The usual comeback is to write "I also spit in yours" below.Nick says:
Keep up the good work.
Made me think of this part of William Gibson's Virtual Light,Rydell got his bag of cornflakes out of the cupboard and carefully unrolled it. About enough for a bowl. He opened the fridge and took out a plastic, snap-top, liter container with a strip of masking-tape across the side. He'd written MILK EXPERIMENT on the masking-tape with a heavy marker.I always liked that part quite a bit! Thanks!
"What's that?" Hernandez asked.
"Milk." "Why's it say 'experiment?'"
"So nobody'll drink it. I figured it out in the dorm at the Academy." He dumped the cornflakes in a bowl, covered them with milk, found a spoon, and carried his breakfast to the kitchen table. The table had a trick leg, so you had to eat without putting your elbows down.