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    B or C.

    Unless the owner was out the front and I had the chance to ask if they minded the extra rubbish, I'd hang on to it. Just common courtesy to clear it with the person who is responsible for that bin.

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    what baffles me MORE than putting dog poo in some strangers bin is that there are actually people out there arguing about it... only on bub hub land this has to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    The question is OP ... After your walk/run did you take your shoes off before walking into your house?
    Bahahahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I think it's the laziness, sense if entitlement and crossing boundaries that ****es people off more, not actually that the poo itself will do a lot of harm.?
    well If I come across someone getting p'd off cos I used their bin, I just offer them a coffee. then they calm down and problem solved :-)

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    It's been too long since we've had a thread like this. This is why I love bubhub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Leaving the poop on the ground would be lazy ... I think self entitlement is a little extreme...
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    A) Taking the poo with you: 0/10 on the laziness/self entitled scale
    B) Picking the poo up and putting it it someone else's bin: 4/10 on the laziness/self entitled scale
    C) leaving the poo on the nature strip: 10/10

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    Id take it with me (option b I think)

    I can't explain exactly why but it would really irk me if I found someone leaving dog poo in my bin. It probably annoys me more because I would not do it to someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    in my case its not self entitlement or laziness ... just a lack of awareness that anyone would be bothered by it.

    I assumed that most people would prefer me to pick up my doggy doo and put it in the bin than leave it on their verge.

    It never really occured to me that people would be annoyed that I put it in their bin
    Im with you! Wouldn't people rather dog poo, rubbish etc be put in a bin, regardless of who's bin it is?

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    B or C (put in my own bin).
    I think using other houses bins is not ok!

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    In my area, our bins are only collected once a fortnight so we've got to be careful about what goes in and when (frozen meat scraps, fridge items etc), especially in fly season. I would be pretty ticked off if someone disposed of their dog poop in my bin just after it had been collected, I think it's inconsiderate. If it was on the street and hadn't been collected yet, go for it, it makes no difference. To me, it's more of a timing issue.
    And just for the record, B or C.


 

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