Last year, we paid tribute to the ultra-funny Passive-Aggressive Notes website with a collection of our ten favorite Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado. But a year later, Coloradans have shared plenty more passive aggression, on subjects ranging from extreme Christmas light displays and restaurant service to dog crap and urinal use. We've collected our latest ten faves, including notes and photos. Check them out below, and click on the links to visit the original posts. Enjoy them passively or aggressively -- your choice.
Note: The inscription above was on a "trashy romance novel" found in a Colorado Goodwill. What a passive-aggressive reaction!
From Colorado Springs -- a smiley face that undoubtedly masks a bunch of other expressions.
Continue for more of our top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado, 2013 edition. Number 8: I love Jesus, but I'm not so sure about my brother
How come Kaylee never gets to be the oldest?
Number 7: A piss-poor attitude
Helpful tips for dudes who've never urinated before.
Continue for more of our top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado, 2013 edition. Number 6: Jerk turkeys wanted
Lint: America's silent menace.
Number 5: Happy holiday
Visitors to this Griswold-esque Christmas display in Denver....
...encountered both a blinding salute to Our Lord and Savior and the following note: And one more thing: Merry Goddamn Christmas!
Continue for more of our top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado, 2013 edition. Number 4: Read the fine print
Our next bout: The server versus the fry cook in a battle to the death.
Number 3: Surprise in the mail
Don't know what was in the packages being sent by this Denverite -- but we have a feeling that whatever they contained was terrifying.
Continue for more of our top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado, 2013 edition. Number 2: Killing with kindness
We're taking the shitty, cheap food off the menu right away!
Number 1: Poo on you
Seen in Denver, where bad pet-owner behavior really stinks.
More from our Lists & Weirdness archive: "Photos: Top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado."
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