The Irony, The Plunger
Moments of irony or quirkiness really stand out to me. Maybe it is a sign that advertises a special for half baked chickens (I prefer mine fully cooked) or the steak house, the Black Angus restaurant where someone had thrown a rock through the G in the sign.
But picture this, I'm in a very trashed and abandoned house. The ceilings have been pulled down, the walls punched in and wallboard is strewn everywhere. Glass is broken, carpet is ripped up and tossed about, everything is not in its place.
The lone exception to this mess is the plunger next to the toilet. I guess the vandals just didn't want to touch it. But it certainly appeared to be resting in the exact same place it sat when the family lived there.