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PHOTOS: Nine Awesomely Passive-Aggressive Notes from Seattle

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I spend a lot of time on the Internet. Like, A LOT. It comes with the job. It also means I often find myself wading through some pretty hilarious stuff. Hilarity, after all, is one of the few things the Internet can actually deliver with quality on a consistent basis. And one of my favorite places to find such hilarity is on the moderately genius website PassiveAggressiveNotes.com.

In case you're not yet hip to PassiveAgressiveNotes.com, the idea is simple: The website allows folks to upload hilarious messages found at random in cities all across the country that have one thing in common - their pissiness.

One cool feature of PassiveAgressiveNotes.com is the ability to filter by state--meaning if a Seattle-based news blogger was so inclined he could create a post out of notes uploaded from Seattle and set it to run for the morning after a long, three-day weekend.

Which sounds like a pretty good idea to me.

Here are some of the best angry scribbles uploaded by people in Seattle to PassiveAgressiveNotes.com:

Number 9: Outstanding citizen award

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I bet the person who inspired this note had trouble sleeping at night. I mean, they robbed the note writer of the only thing they trusted and loved--their beloved cat. I can't imagine living with guilt like that. I'd probably wither with regret ... or write a snide comment of my own on the side of the note. Seems like this person (or a couple of their supporters) went with the second option.

The awesomely passive-aggressive notes from Seattle continue on the next page ...

Number 8: You go, Garry!

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Seriously, people, the elevator is no place for Dics.

Number 7: Dear Science

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I think we can all learn something valuable between this exchange.

Number 6: Hey neighbors!

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Quite simply, any note that contains the underused verb "burgle" is a keeper in my book.

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Number 5: Tree to people

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How did this tree write a note? It's tough to say. Not only does it have no hands, but, as noted, it's dead. There are really just a lot of questions to be answered here.

Number 4: You know who you are

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Yes, imagine if everyone discarded their junk down there. That would be hellish. Possibly the only thing that would be worse would be finding a way-too-long note next to said junk including the phrase "stand up like a decent human being and take responsibility." Now that would be annoying.

Number 3: Cat shit relocated

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Not only was the person who penned this gem of a note so upset that they busted out the passive-aggressive pen and paper, but they're willing to "relocate" cat shit to prove it. That's a definite "A" for effort.

The awesomely passive-aggressive notes from Seattle continue on the next page ...

Number 2: Remember to wash your hands, barista

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Reading a note like this would literally make me want to do drugs in the bathroom. And not order coffee.

Number 1: Stacy is awesome

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Sure, Stacy isn't great with tile. And Stacy's mosaic sucks. And Stacy doesn't really know how to level a floor. But at least Stacy finishes hand jobs, right?

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