Once upon a time, there was a poet who fancied himself quite the wordsmith. He spent hours poring over his poems, tweaking and tinkering with every word until he was satisfied that it was just right.
And while poems are historically known for using big, flowery, superfluous phrases, words, and language, this guy found that he didn’t require fancy words or grand metaphors. And took a more simple approach to get his point across.
Confronting problems with your neighbors face-to-face can be awkward: you never know if they'll go crazy and start harassing you or, even worse, invite you over to have a civilized conversation about stuff.
Well, at least there's one way you can dodge that risk, and that's complaining like this guy did, with a note left on their neighbor's windshield. It gets the point across, and you don't need to deal with nosy neighbors, problem solved!
Spreading Good Vibes
We all can agree that the last few years were pretty rough, making it really easy to become cynical and lose the skip in your step. But instead of getting upset about it all, somebody decided to keep things positive by sticking post-it notes with words of encouragement on the windshield of this car.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CFS0IgNHTWe/ What a delightful way to spread some good vibes and positivity to make someone's day a little better and their outlook a little brighter.
It seems that people often don't get how important self-awareness is. Thankfully, there are some fellow humans who volunteer to educate them on the matter.
Let's just hope that the person behind the parking violation understands irony well enough and doesn't consider this note as their first piece of fan mail.
It’s always scary to see a note under your windshield wiper… until you find out it’s just a note from another Dave Matthews band fan spreading the love during their Costco run!
A fun little about this logo is that the fire dancer is an original piece of artwork by Dave Matthews himself. It is what he drew after being asked what he saw when he looked into a crowd at a concert while performing. It symbolizes a person letting go, dancing, and enjoying themselves.