Don Luis in Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico is the first reader to send me a picture of his kitchen drawer. This, I aver, is a classic of the genre. Note the deceptively careless arrangement of things that have no obvious common purpose other than to get something done. Each thing looks like it's owner both expects to use it tomorrow or never again. Unlike the drawers in my kitchen, some things are clearly used in food preparation (e.g. three thermometers) while most have other uses (e.g. two rolls of teflon pipe tape).
Pure poetry in stasis.