Have you discovered PassiveAggressiveNotes.com? The site is dedicated to hilarious scribblings from upset people who express their frustration in ways that range from teeth-gritted politeness to full-out rage -- and since it's searchable by location, we've collected our ten favorites from Colorado. Check them out below...but try not to lose your temper. Number 10: Could you please be sick more quietly? Wonder if lozenges can also be used as earplugs.... Number 9: This might not be annoying if I wasn't so jacked up on coffee In the right hands, a plastic spoon can be deadly. Click to continue reading our countdown of the top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado. Number 8: The Guantanamo Bay soda station The staff is trained in water-boarding -- but soda-boarding will cost extra. Number 7: One kind of crack deserves another Note that this guy's window was "SAMSHED." When he wrote this note, he must have been smashed. Click to continue reading our countdown of the top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado. Number 6: Brain power Imagine how loud it would have been if he'd heard it in his ears! Number 5: No cells, good service And please tip generously. Click to continue reading our countdown of the top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado. Number 4: You're so loud I can't hear my Skrillex! Maybe all would be well if they stomped on the beat. Number 3: Talk to the animals "Apparently," writes this item's submitter, "one of our genius neighbors thinks we're intentionally causing the ruckus with some kind of backyard Frog Noise Machine."
Note to self: Must invent backyard Frog Noise Machine.
Click to continue reading our countdown of the top ten Passive-Aggressive Notes from Colorado. Number 2: Blockbuster employees on the edge Yep, this note was seen on the bathroom of a Blockbuster. Whose staffers apparently go to bed at night dreaming of people sending Netflix envelopes filled with urine. Number 1: Whippersnappers drive Subarus And while you're at it, stay off my lawn!
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