Check beneath the sink

When people move, "much of what is left behind is typical urban-dweller flotsam: half-empty bottles of cleaning fluid, dented cans of touch-up paint, extra tiles, itinerant dust bunnies, a ragged row of condiments, and the odd piece of discarded furniture."

But what about crumpled underwear, full-body lotions, and shrunken heads? To the super go the spoils.

NY Times: What Gets Left Behind

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