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    I would do B.

    I will admit to being a bit precious when it comes to poo. Any poo. Dh always tells me I have a very sensitive nose though, so maybe that's why. Logically, I know full well it is ridiculous and a bin is a bin and it shouldn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama Mirabelle View Post
    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
    This. Though I wouldn't be furious I would think it was rude.

    Eta: oh and its not the poop. Anything. I just think its rude & lazy to use someone else's bin. If I have rubbish I either use a public bin or wait until I get home. Someone even put an empty coke bottle in our letterbox once. Seriously? At least I got to recycle it though!

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    B for me but having said that I wouldn't care if someone put it in my bin. Tbh I probably wouldn't even realise, I don't look in my bin before bringing it in.

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    I would only have considered A if the bins hadn't been emptied yet (that way I could have been sure the poo wouldn't be sitting in their for another week fermenting.

    Otherwise I would do B or C.

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    B or C. If they hadn't been emptied yet then I would put it in someone else's bin but if they've just been emptied then no way.

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    A or b, depending on how far I am from home lol. I sometimes do a sneaky and drop it in the bins at the back of the shops near by. I try not to let my dog poo while we are walking (I walk him on a short leash and don't let him sniff long enough to pick a place) but hey, sometimes he manages to go regardless!

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    Definitely B or C, especially after I discovered a lovely little plastic bag sitting in my emptied rubbish bin one day. Curiosity got the better of me and I opened it.

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    Definitely B or C. I've had people dump their dogs poop in my bin before, it's so inconsiderate given that it sits there and festers for a week.
    It's your animal, your responsibility (including the poop), so disposing of it in your own bin seems like the best way to go.

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    Honestly i have never scrutinized the contents of my bin that closely so i wouldnt care!

    I have popped things in peoples bins before. Id much rather people put things in my bin then leave them on the ground! I like you OP would have thought your friend was over-reacting.

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    Am I the only one that finds it amusing how defensive some of these comments are?

    OP, I can't even think of an answer because it just doesn't seem like a big deal to me... Unless you store your fresh groceries in the bin for future use, what does it matter?

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