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    You're taking your dog for a walk through suburbia and after it toilets you use the doggy bag to pick it up (sealed tight, clean bag on the outside). Holding on to the bag, you walk past a house that has it's garbage bin outside (bins got emptied that day). Do you:

    A) Dispose of the doggy bag in the residential bin knowing that there are no public bins close to where you are and think nothing of it.
    B) Continue to carry the doggy bag for another 30 minutes until you get to a public bin to dispose of it.
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    Option A is so not cool!

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    C - my dog's poop belongs in my bin. Unless it's a council supplied bin at a dog park right next to the poop bags.

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    B or C (continue to hold the bag until you get home then dispose of it at your own house)

    If someone disposed of their dog poo in my bin on the day it had just been emptied I'd be furious

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    really?

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    I always put it in the bin nearest. My dogs poop is better off in the bin than on their verge ...


    (mind, its usually while I am walking to school, so carrying dog poop around school isnt cool either)

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    C - I wait until I get home and dispose of there. Sometimes my dog has really smelly poo that stinks out the bin so I wouldn't think it right to impose on anyone I my neighbourhood! Plus many people here rinse their bins out once they've been emptied so it seems rude to put my rubbish I there...just wish people had the same curtesy because if I leave my bins out for half a day other people think they can use it!

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    Though A is tempting. I wouldn't have any issue with people putting it in our bin.

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