John Lennon crap is apparently worth a lot of money, and now the keeper of a random to do list John scribbled out is hoping to strike it rich by putting the list up for auction. 

You'd think as a rock star, John Lennon would have more important things to do, but, as this list points out, he does not. Here are a few things he jotted down:

"HBO guy coming between 3:00 and 5:00. BE THERE. (The other guy didn't know what was wrong.)"

"When [the HBO guy] arrives...YOU let him in, YOU tell him WHAT TO DO. Yesterday, they made an offer to attach [an] FM radio (or something). I'm not sure what they meant, but I suspect it must improve FM radio reception. Find out. Maybe WE DO want it. (I didn't know what he was talking about.)"


"Would it be a good idea to make sure BOTH CARS have full gas tanks?"

"Put back [son] Sean's large mattress. (Today)"

"Hook on door in our bathroom is falling off."

"Tell me about my hair dryer...yea or nay."

The list was apparently written by John for his personal assistant. It's dated May 22, but the year isn't exactly known. Minimum bid is $3000 and you can place your bid HERE.

John's hand written lyrics for the Beatles classic A Day in the Life recently sold at auction for $1.2 million and even his tooth was auctioned off. That one brought in $31,200.