Photo by Peter Hershey (@peterhershey)
Thanks to Peter for sharing this instant classic ‘notes from your neighbor’. I really needed this.
Thanks to Allison for sending from Capitol Hill.
At least they haven’t busted out the security camera, yet…
This sign spotted in Adams Morgan. I guess some find it rude to dump bagged dog poo in a person’s trash can, but I’d say it’s not stellar neighborly behavior to post security camera footage of your neighbors either!”
Thanks to Jessica for sending from Adams Morgan:
“I truly love the petty vengefulness of a note war. For what it’s worth, this person DOES leave trash on the sidewalk (previously: a lone Timberland boot, a raggedy Beanie Baby, useless manuals).”
“Carol, so help me God if one more person touches the ferns…that’s it!”
Came across this sign on a house on 13th St near Spring as I was walking back to my house in Petworth yesterday. Any info on this? I have a friend who lives further up the street and similarly dealt with developers harassing him and his roommates a few years ago for complaining to the city about their building practices, so not terribly surprised if this was also true.”
Ed. Note: Another reader sent a photo of the sign on the right hand side of the photo above a few weeks ago. I hadn’t seen the one on the left, which is also intriguing.
“Littered on windshields around 17th/P NW”
Lisa for the win with: “These flyers are messing up my Historic Dupont views on my morning commute.” Read More
Thanks to Pierce for sending from Columbia Heights.
Someone was *really* pissed their “no parking” signs were ignored. Two cars on Belmont St NW near 16th St with the signs tucked under their windshield wipers, tastefully annotated.”
Thanks to everyone who passed on this note in front of the Q Street Barbies. The Barbie Pond themselves responded best on their Instagram:
“Think of the Children!”
Our earliest recording of the Barbies was back in April 2014. Suffice it to say they have grown in popularity since then and literally become a neighborhood landmark. Long live the barbies and their cheeky (pun intended), good-natured take on holidays and events of the day. They put a smile on my face every time I see them!