Is it common practice in Taiwan to, when you move out of an apartment or house, leave years of your accumulated garbage for the new tenant to deal with?
I just moved into a new house, and the dude just basically took anything that was any goood and left me the rest of his garbage. He’s in the “import of cheap garbage” business, and the top floor was his office space, and he basically left me a load of shit to deal with, very little of it of any use. Is this common?
On another note, I have a friend who has a lot of stuff he’s giving away free to anyone who wants it.
-A collection of 20 baseball hats (some with slogans others w/out)
- 1 cracked porcelyn greco-roman pillar (a little crazy glue and… voila!)
- 1 grandfather clock (broken)
-2 boxes (each box containing 50) of plastic holders for taiwan-style toilet paper packs.
- Various novelty sunglasses
- Several boxes of Chinese-style plastc decorations
- large collection of key chains and collectable pins (very popular in Japan)
-A collection of approx 300 catalogues from various distributors of knick-knacks throughout the middle east (I’m told they are very useful)
2 filing cabinets full of important business documents (these will go fast)
- 1 hastily-constructed children’s Snoopy house – approx 5x4x7 feet (can come with or without 500 carpeting samples presently housed within – am assured they will make good doormats – 500 of them!)
- 1 box of those silver reflector protectors for the dashboard of your car.
- 1 perfect condition baby crib
- 1 room full of toys (all varieties and for the ages 3 up to 14)
- colorful jigsaw connectable spongy floor (some pieces snoopy, some bo po mo fo)
- various 80’s style women’s belts
- 1 bathroom stocked with grade-A garbage (valuable recycling material)
- 1 fat-busting belt machine (slims waist while you do nothing)
I’m sure there’s lots more if anyone cares to come by and rummage. This stuff is going to go fast, so act fast.