Do you have somebody you would like to thank? Or maybe something you want to get off your chest? Send your rose or rotten tomato to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep submissions under 50 words. Watch for Roses and Rotten Tomatoes in the Thursday issue of the now
Rotten tomatoes to all the motorcyclists I see wearing a turban instead of a helmet. Why do you think there are laws? Why should I obey them and you think your religious freedoms make you exempt? You're in Canada - with Canadian laws. Try following them! Tomatoes also to ICBC and the RCMP for not being stricter with helmet laws.
A cart load of rotten apples to the person who picked every single apple off the trees in the Irene Maccaud Park in White Rock. I hope next year you could leave a few for other people to pick instead of hoarding all of them for your grinchy, greedy self. I hope at least they went to the food bank or a soup kitchen!
A truckload of rotten tomatoes to the person who found money of mine and has decided to keep it. Shame on you. I retraced my movements and it could only have been in the parking lot at Guildford Recreation Centre. I've waited this long, hoping you would have a conscience and report it found. No such luck. I'm a senior and can ill afford the loss but will have to face it - writing this has helped a bit.
A bunch of roses to the staff member at Rightway Market in Cedar Hills for finding my wallet and hanging onto it until I returned. So reassuring to know there are so many honest people in this world.
Roses to "Tube Top" for being such a great golfer and wife! Sorry your swing is better than mine! Roadhouse!
Rotten tomatoes to the jerks on my street who have multiple suites. They feel put out each and every time the bylaw officer comes to see that yet again they have removed the stove in time for the inspection. They glare at me and my family as if they know that I am the one who reported them. You people are all selfish, incompetent jerks.
Traffic cones full of roses for the traffic directors on the many sections of the new Port Mann project. We live in Fraser Heights, right in the middle of it all, and we have seen many changes in traffic directions. We have seen some humorous situations as well as not so funny problems... they handle it all with patience. Thank you all!
A CNIB truckload of roses to the man who came to the aid of the blind man on Fraser Highway near 206th who started wandering diagonally across the street into the path of traffic Wednesday morning. Rotten tomatoes to the stupid woman honking her horn behind me. I'm glad I was able to keep my car between her and the blind man because I'm sure she would have run him over.