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has anyone ever urinated down the chute? not that i would ever do that.
Someone did urinate down the book drop at the UGA library. We also have gotten videos from Blockbuster and Vision Video returned to us.
Okay, I can sort of understand the videos, the rented games and even car keys (oopsie). But a tire iron? And how drunk do you have to be to think that urinating down the chute is a good idea?My book-loving soul just shudders.
I once found a wooden stake with a huge clump of dirt still attached to it in the book drop. There was dirt all over the place.
Found in our bookdrops:-several pounds of mulch (probably tossed in by kids from the flower beds outside)-a power sander disc (huh?)-a used diaper (ewww)Came here via Unshelved; nice comics!
We once had someone vomit in our book drop
We've had a potted geranium, a McDonald's strawberry milkshake PARTLY still in it's container, three eggs (yes, broken) and a wallet with credit cards...I once asked this question on a few library list-servs and THREE separate people (2 in the USA, 1 in New Zealand) reported having had live kittens left in their bookdrops!Came here via Unshelved. Good luck with the cartoons!
Two words:Maple Syrup["And our back room smelled like pancakes for a month," my wife says]
Maybe if you have RFID tags in your books (like my library does) you can make the bookdrop "open up" only if you actually had a library item in your hands. Just like you need a credit card to enter some banks' ATM areas after hours.
At the library that this cartoonist works in, someone came in one morning and found a kitten in the book drop. SHe was adopted by one of the staff.
A kitten? That's horrible! Who would drop a poor little kitty down the bookdrop?Jayson, these are hilarious, you are a right talented fellow! And to think, you came up with this cartoon even before that unfortunate incident with the curry...
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