Thursday, October 15, 2009


I went to the dentist in town this afternoon and afterwards walked up to George Street to meet Mr Life so that we could go home together. This poster was stuck to a letter box.

It says:

Have you seen this girl?

Then please tell her she is perfect *

[then in handwriting at the bottom]

* and that I'm sorry.

I hope it worked. I think.


jkhenson said...

Awww. I love it. But it also inspires curiosity... what did he do? Will she forgive him? :)

peppermintpatcher said...

Oh dear! Desperate measures? He better be willing to do the washing and the cleaning for at least a month too.

persiflage said...

What tale hangs there, I wonder?

Molly said...

Hmmm. We should all make up a story to fit that poster---wouldn't that be fun? It would be fascinating to see what twists people would put on it and what kind of endings there'd be!

rohanknitter said...

That is so sweet!!!
That definitely deserves to have a story written to go with it.

fifi said...

How sweet!!

Oh I hope she forgave him, I do.

It would be nice to invent a story about that poster, wouldn't it? I know so many tales of love lost over so many stupid little things...I hope they find each other again safely.

Lesley said...

How romantic - it would be nice to think it worked but he's probably a deranged stalker!!

Oooops, did I get out of bed on the wrong side this morning??

Awww, sweeet.

Lesley x

silverpebble said...

I would have loved to have seen that poster. What a lovely thing! I hopped over from Anna's blog - glad I did.

jinksy said...

Nice to know romance isn't dead!

Zhoen said...

Yup, romantic. But I think that's a bad thing. Hope she sticks to her decision and sees this for the grand selfish gesture it likely is.

Sher said...

On one hand very romantic, on the other there's a chance that it's too little, too late and the fact that he's hunting her down is creeping her out

Loth said...

Hmmm, I can't quite decide whether this is sweet or icky and slightly scary. Am I just too cynical?

Thimbleanna said...

So Sweet! When TheManoftheHouse and I were first married, there was an add in the local paper that said something like this:
I Love You
(Please Come Home)
Fortunately, it wasn't us!

Gina E. said...

Well, a bit tacky. And wouldn't you be embarrassed to see yourself plastered up in public like that??
Like Loth, I'm probably just being cynical!