Give me your trash, your junk…The wretched refuse of your living room

One of the delightful things about living in Oakland is that if you get tired and want a rest as you walk or bike around the city, there’s bound to be a sofa nearby on which one can take a quick nap, left there by a helpful fellow citizen. I pity those poor folks who live in places where people take unwanted furniture to the dump, or give it away on Craig’s List. How do weary travelers in those sorts of places ever rest their legs? Whoever left this couch on 12th Avenue was especially considerate, leaving it right in the middle of the street so as to save passersby the trouble of pulling over. Thanks, secret Santa, whoever you are!

Street Seat

(At least the couch was easy to steer around, unlike the opening car door with which I had an impromptu dance a few blocks later.)

3 Responses to “Give me your trash, your junk…The wretched refuse of your living room”

  1. unique distance says:

    A few more pieces in the middle of the street and you’d have the new Times Square.

  2. wordnerd says:

    The previous commenter seems to have lost his isolation.

  3. greenkozi says:

    we call this “sofafree” and this may be the best one i’ve ever seen!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/themacinator/sets/72157605275108885/

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