Lamb created posters from Chris written in all-caps with blatant spelling errors, including strange invitations like visiting the library to fight an overdue book fine or inspecting his deceased cat. You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Did someone say timesheets? This means a lot that people acc like it :'), That’s so cool do you have a sheet music because I also play tenor saxophone. Due to the absurd and even nonsensical reasons for the viewer to return, the posters bear many similarities to the Safety Not Guaranteedpersonal ad. According to an interview in the Village Voice, New York City comedian Todd Lamb created the character Chris in 2008, intending to use the character's posted notes as a way to grab the attention of pedestrians. And hey, if you're tired of sending the reminders yourself, you can always set up automatic reminders and Clockify will send them for you. The series gained attention after copies of the signs appeared in Australia written by an anonymous person under the guise of "Craig.". Jack needs to see this it is amazing.
It's a free online image maker that allows you to add custom resizable text to images.  In July 2010, Lamb performed several of the notes during a standup routine. "Craig," who remained anonymous to avoid Australian fines, admitted to The Age and Weston Culture that he had stolen the idea from Lamb's website, claiming he had not realized Lamb was the author of the notes. The series gained attention after copies of the signs appeared in Australia written by an anonymous person under the guise of "Craig." On March 4th, 2009, a Something Awful thread was posted about a series of strange notes found in Melbourne, Australia, which advertised lampposts for sale, lost sweatbands and a half-done crossword puzzle up for grabs.