Before moving out of my old place, I took a look at what I had left under the leaky, not-so-pleasant smelling, bathroom sink. I don't even want to THINK of what sort of microbes are lurking in these items. I just threw them out, and as you can see, I'm still alive.
- Bent spoons. No, I didn't have Uri Geller over to use my bathroom (and if you didn't get that joke, then I'm sure you're ready to move your mouse to the upper right and do some searching on the web for his name). These were used to temporarily fix my toilet. Basically, the float cylinder would not sink down low enough to turn on the water after flushing. Hanging these on here fixed it. For a while at least.
- Tiny hair brush. I think they threw this in a buy-1-get-1-free pack. I don't like it.
- Travel-sized shampoo bottle with a broken cap.
- Emory boards that either my wife or long-since-left ex bought and stored down here, never using.
- Toothbrushes, used but kept "just in case". You know, with any sort of excuse. "But maybe one day I might step in dog crap outside, and I could use this to clean my shoe!"
- Bottom tupperware piece used because my sink was leaking a little at some point.
- A comb, or at least a comb-like thing for...damn, if I have to take guesses on this, then who needs it?