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Wizard of Id Classics by Parker and Hart for June 20, 2021

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    Yakety Sax  4 months ago

    Earliest example of porch thieves I have seen.

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    Tog  4 months ago

    I used to leave the used oil from my car when I changed the oil. I’d tip it into a container, fill up with the new oil and then pour the old oil into the now empty bottle. Then I’d leave the bottle by the car. As sure as eggs is eggs the bottle of used oil would have disappeared soon afterwards.

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    Frog-on-a-Log Premium Member 4 months ago

    Medieval porch pirates.

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    dave1960  4 months ago

    It’s a sad indictment of human nature…..

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    Sir Ruddy Blighter, Jr.  4 months ago

    Ancestors of the “glitter bomb” guy…

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    sandpiper  4 months ago

    This happened during the ‘garbage union strike’ somewhere. Guy took to putting his garbage in a box wrapped in gift paper and leaving it in his car. Usually disappeared by lunch time. But not always, so, after a day in a locked car in the sun, his evening commute was somewhat fragrant.

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    Chris  4 months ago

    suckers. :D

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    Olddog04  4 months ago

    They will get what they deserve when they open the box.

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    Beaker  4 months ago

    If I set an old piece of furniture like a couch at the curb, hoping someone will take it, I put a $10 sign on it.

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    sandpiper  4 months ago

    Happy Fathers’ Day to all.

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    A_Dream4u  4 months ago

    These days I just put my trash in a large Amazon box and leave it out by my front door. It’s usually gone by the time I get home.

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    Rick Parkhurst  4 months ago

    When we got a new fridge long ago, dad put the old one on the curb with a sign; Free, works well. It stayed there for two day and dad changed the sign to; $10.00 Or best offer. It was gone the next morning.

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    tony_n_jen2003  4 months ago

    One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.

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    Plods with ...™ Premium Member 4 months ago

    No the sharpest tacks in the drawer

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    PuppyPapa  4 months ago

    Read a similar story about a guy who had bottle in the car sloshing about with a “specimen” for the doctor. He stopped somewhere on the way, foolishly leaving the window open, and so he had to tell the doctor the specimen had been stolen. Said he probably shouldn’t have used an empty “Old Grand-Dad” bottle . . .

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    MCProfessor  4 months ago

    I read where someone left a wrapped package of dog poop for the porch pirates.

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    brklnbern  4 months ago

    That was the joke some comic had during an NYC garbage strike. Just put your garbage out in gift wrapping.

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