Sunday, July 08, 2007
Someone has abandoned a used Pamper on the stone bench in the lobby of our building. As far as I know, there are no children living here, unless you count emotional age. What kind of person does this? Flip has printed a sign that says "Is this yours?" with an arrow and taped it to the wall above the offending garment. Even travelers in airport restrooms are more considerate of others.
I noticed a leopard-print baby car seat in the garage, next to our new neighbor's parking space. I don't want to jump to any conclusions, but she seems capable of such lowlife, disgusting behavior. The garbage shute is also stopped up and will begin to ripen if it has organic material in it. Like a very large baby. I left a message for the management company asking them to fix it. If they don't, there's always the Board of Health.
I used to believe that such rudeness was mostly unintentional, but I've begun to reconsider. It's hard to imagine accidentally dropping a poopy diaper in a common area, so someone had to go out of his or her way to leave it there. What are they trying to say? If I could figure it out, I might have the Rosetta Stone of Rude Behavior. I could make a fortune.