It can be hard to come back from the passive-aggressive note left on your car’s windshield - The Globe and Mail
An anonymous note left on your car’s windshield can leave you in a shame spiral as there is no way to right the wrong
As far as notes-on-windshields went, it was subdued. The author had eschewed profanity and gone with a Canadian classic: clean, crisp, passive-aggressive “thanks.” Whoever had written it, had gone to the trouble of trimming a piece of lined foolscap down so the words fit aesthetically on a smaller rectangle of paper
That’s the thing about driving. It gets personal very quickly. It gets under the skin. It’s easier to release anger on a car than a human being. No one is going to pin a note on someone who walks too slow. Leaving a note on an empty car, however, appeals to the crank in us all. It’s not just passive-aggressive motorists who get in on the action. The more expressive notes contain anatomical directions, maps, explicit descriptions of ways in which the note recipient can insert objects normally not known for their “insertibility.” In the grand scheme of car notes, mine was very nice, really.
刚路过去了Kanata Costco, 感觉那地方停车场，如果不是最差也是最差之一。Shopping cart 到处乱放，Ottawa所有地方Costco包含穷人多的food BASIC，停车场也没有卡南停车场那么乱。卡南应该是收入和房价最高的地方，为什么？