10. To thine own neighbor be true
Now this is true dedication to the art of passive-aggressive notes writing, and rightfully so. Any person that complains about their neighbor’s poorly painted fence deserves this kind of epic retort. Come on, Bob, don’t you have more important things to worry about than the appearance of this guy’s shoddy fence? Like maybe the starving children in Africa from above? Quit nagging your neighbor about his fence and give little Billy or Joey from Number 12 a few minutes and measles dollars so he can get a McMuffin every now and again.
And let’s not forget to be grateful for the fact that at least there is something obscuring Bob’s view into his neighbor’s property, because with a fence like that, who knows what visual atrocities exist on the other side.
11. Spit in the salad dressing
Ah, a good old-fashioned battle of the backwash! This one’s definitely a laugh out loud classic. The sad part is, now no one is going to be enjoying this lovely bottle of Kraft Light salad dressing. A perfectly good condiment gone to waste. Well, unless of course these two dueling employees took the high road and teamed up to exact some office revenge. Call a truce and give this lugee-laden cocktail to the resident Dwight Schrute of the company. No vinaigrette could ever taste as sweet as watching the boss’s brown noser enjoy a lunch that’s light on the calories but heavy on the humiliation. Take that, Mr. “My Nose Is Always Up The Manager’s Ass,” take that! And next time, let’s try to use our saliva for good, not evil.
12. You go grandma!
Even Grandma is getting in on the passive-aggressive notes posting action these days! And what a way to do it! We’d be angry as all hell too if our kids were fighting over all that hard earned money while we were still alive and kicking. You tell them, granny! SHAME ON YOU! Thankfully, the fighting should be over now that her entire life-savings and inheritance is now in the form of full-color flyers. It really make you wonder how many she was able to get made from all that savings. We hope the Kinko’s guys gave her a good deal.
Oh, and did anyone else catch the fact that she is “sick to death” of watching all her family members bicker over her money? Interesting choice of words. Does that mean she actually is dead? We may never know…