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Probably not. My bosses are smart people. They wouldn't leave me this type of note.
So, here's the story. Ryan Seacrest used to work in this building. He had 2 parking spots so no one would dent his Aston Martin and he could park it kind of diagonally. I'm not judging; that's another blog.
Anyway, he no longer works here and I did not know the parking spots were reassigned. I still have no confirmation of this. I arrive here at about 2pm and there is rarely anyone in these coveted spots that are right next to the elevator so I park in one. Don't judge my laziness.
Yesterday, I found this death threat--I mean, note, tucked into the driver side window.
Can't read it? Here's the text:
To whom that drives this Ford Escape. Please do not park here Mon-Fri these spaces are reserved. and will be towed. thank you for your cooperation.
Now, let's take a moment to judge.
1) This isn't from building management because the note would be typed, so this probably is not official.
2) If you were to leave this, wouldn't you make sure your grammar was correct? To whom THAT? The mid sentence periods?
Gotta say though...it's kinda rewarding. It's like when you see the Facebook page of someone who hurt your feelings in school and they constantly use the wrong they're/their.