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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Sometimes other people put crap in my bin, it really annoys me. It fills up space that I need.

    I don't think I would have used someone's bin tbh. But I find it wierd that there was no bin at the park?
    I wasn't at the park. I wasn't just going for a walk around my suburb.

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    Probably A because I'm lazy as hell, but then again I don't have a dog so don't freak out people!!! I won't be slipping any poo in your bins any time soon!

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    B. I do think it's bad manners to put it in someone else's bin without asking.

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    I'm wondering if responses are because it's poo or whether it's taking offence at using another persons bin?

    If it were a banana skin would people slip it into someone else's bin?

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    A - it's a bin, they are used for rubbish. Would it be better left on the ground? I don't think so.


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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    I'm wondering if responses are because it's poo or whether it's taking offence at using another persons bin?

    If it were a banana skin would people slip it into someone else's bin?
    Its definitely the poop aspect for me. Id pop a can or something small in someones bin, but not poop. I dont even leave my DS3's poopy nappies in friends bins - I use a nappy sack and take it home, I dont want their bins being stunk up unnecessarily

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    I'm wondering if responses are because it's poo or whether it's taking offence at using another persons bin?

    If it were a banana skin would people slip it into someone else's bin?
    If I'm out walking and have rubbish on me and I pass a bin....yes, I will put my rubbish in it. I even do it when I'm driving and have just had takeaway and need a bin. If ppl don't like it then they should bring their precious bin in after its emptied.

    Seriously, this thread has made me laugh. Ppl complain about dog poop not picked up, rubbish littered but ohhh don't use my bin!!!! Ridiculous

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    Yep it's about the poop to me. It's the middle of summer and the bins were just collected (am I reading it wrong?). Heat + dog poo for a whole week is soo soo gross. If someone chooses to put nappies or their dog poo in there, fine. But in the context of the OP, it's yucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    I'm wondering if responses are because it's poo or whether it's taking offence at using another persons bin?

    If it were a banana skin would people slip it into someone else's bin?
    See for me, I'd rather a little bag with one dog poo than a banana skin because banana skins stick to the bottom of the bin which then makes it my issue to deal with.

    So my logic on this is: It's dog poo. It won't go off or stink more. It will just get harder, dry out and essentially be less smelly (unlike baby nappies...I used cloth so that wasn't an issue, but if we did use disposable...man they stink and just get more and more stinky!)
    - It's in a bag, so won't stick to the bottom of the bin, or leak through (like rotting food) and make a mess.
    - It's only a small bag, so wouldn't impair on anyone's ability to fill their bin with their own rubbish.

    I would be much more likely to carry a banana skin for a whole walk than dispose of it in a residential bin. Perhaps others feel differently though.

    This thread has been interesting.
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    In all honesty, A.
    It's in a bag after all. I wouldn't care if someone used my bin to do the same, I don't go fishing around in there, and unless it's a giant crap it wouldn't take up much space.


 

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