I’m counting one my sisters and I did as a joke when we went to Ireland in 2008. The message, which is out there somewhere as I write, says something to the effect of, “Dry Humping – I don’t hate it!” If ‘m not mistaken, it was a call to revolution by dry-humping. We threw it into the sea at Howth. <3 2 months ago
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I made my bottle and … sort of threw it out to sea. I travelled to Tromso in Norway and took my bottle with me. While we were there Pixie and I threw our bottles off of the end of a long fisherman’s wharf right in the middle of the … fjord, shipping lane type thing. I hope it doesn’t get stuck in the harbour because I just sort of bobbed about there and didn’t go anywhere. Hopefully the passing cruises will wash it on a bit further.
Knowing my luck I will get an email next week saying the fishermen of tromso don’t appreciate my littering. but I have done it none the less! 9 months ago
This summer would be exactly the right time for such a fancy. I’ll have to think of what to write in the message, and which personal information I should fill in.
I’m not too comfortable about leaving my name or address to unknowing hands, even though it could turn out great and be good fun. Maybe I’ll just mention my email, hoping that the tough seaman who gets it knows what an email is lol.
EDIT: learn to draw and include simple drawings and instructions which could be understood from anyone, no matter their native language. 4 years ago
This is still in my room somewhere. I guess I ended up writing my future self a message. I don’t even know what it says anymore. 23 months ago
Builders working near the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland found a message in a bottle written by seven former prisoners and buried in a cement wall. These men left a simple message written in pencil: Just their names, the numbers that had been tattooed on their arms, and their home towns in Poland and France. They just wanted someone to know they had existed. 2 years ago
I’m gonna do this :-) maybe oneday someone will try to find me and give me my bottled message back. 2 years ago