One for the homies, two for the homelies.

Perhaps another for the homilies.

The act of "pouring one for your homies" is when someone will pour part or all of a bottle of liquour out on the ground signifying respect for friends that have died. This seems to have originated from gang culture, and the friend in question is usually one who died in relation to the gang's activities. Or so is my understanding.

When visiting public restrooms there are inevitably going to be pieces of toilet paper on the ground. Is the same principle at work?