Anonymous Words of WisdomEveryone’s familiar with those little phrases that people have left behind on a bathroom stall door or in other random places through the years. Whether you call them profound, hilarious, or just plain cruel, here is a collection of these “treasures.”
“Friends don’t let friends take home ugly men.”
Women’s restroom, Starboard, Dewey Beach, De.
“Beauty is only a light switch away.”
Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, NC.
“Remember: It’s not, ‘How high are you?,’ it’s ‘Hi, how are you?’”
Rest stop off Route 81, W.Va.
“Fighting for peace is like screwing for virginity.”
The Bayou, Baton Rouge, La.
“At the feast of ego, everyone leaves hungry.”
Bentley’s House of Coffee and Tea, Tucson, Az.
“It’s hard to make a comeback when you haven’t been anywhere.”
Written in the dust on the back of a bus, Wickenburg, Az.
“Make love, not war. Hell, do both—GET MARRIED!”
Women’s restroom, The Filling Station, Bozeman, MT
“If voting could really change things, it would be illegal.”
Revolution Books, New York, NY
“You’re too good for him.”
Sign over mirror in Women’s restroom, Ed Debevic’s, Beverly Hills, CA
“No wonder you always go home alone.”
Sign over mirror in Men’s restroom, Ed Debevic’s, Beverly Hills, CA
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This story was published on July 12, 2003.