Here’s something, if you can believe it, that the world did not yet know about Michael Jackson: in his downtime, the King of Pop liked to draw on his furniture. The Huffington Post reports that as Michael Jackson’s belongings are being sold off, auctioneers have discovered little doodles on furniture worth thousands of dollars:

Among items shown were a wooden shower bench marked up with stick-figure drawings and a mirrored armoire that bears this inscription courtesy of Michael: “Train perfection March April May. Full Out.” The armoire originally cost somewhere between $6,000-$8,000, the auctioneers estimate, but tell Curry that “because it was owned by Michael, it will be a lot more.”