On the floor next to a house in the street there was a pile of dumped items. A small cabinet in the style of Memphis Group; a croquette-shaped, papier-mâché black cat with thin stumpy legs, wire whiskers and intense yellow eyes; and two small old books. Their covers had a fabric-like texture. One was dark blue and had no title, only an illustration of a girl in a victorian dress and small bat wings, sitting under a crescent moon. The other was a light cream color, with an illustration of a smiling, egg-like head from wich legs and arms directly sprouted. The title read: "The Art of being Funny, Polite & Beautiful".