Homeless in Vancouver: Must have been a pig to wrap!

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      Last night I spied a dusty porcine profile in paper.

      Like many things residents put out in the back alleys of Fairview, I saw it but still couldn’t say exactly what it was—a pinata, an unopened birthday present, or the mummified remains of a beloved pet (they”ll always have you Babe!).

      It was outside by the garbage and recycling  but it clearly wasn’t there as trash, more as a decorative element. Or perhaps a message to all us binners going through the recycling bins looking for returnable beverage containers:

      Help ourselves but don’t be a pig about it.

      Stanley Q. Woodvine is a homeless resident of Vancouver who has worked in the past as an illustrator, graphic designer, and writer.