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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.?
    I don't think it's laziness or self entitlement. I just don't see it as a big deal.
    People getting worked up about a little rubbish being put in their rubbish bin?
    It baffles me why people really even care.
    I certainly don't and will continue with A. It's not like it's a daily target in the same bin ffs.

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    It is just a bin with a tiny bag of poo people! It's not like we are talking about hiding bodies in the bin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    A - it's a bin, who cares!
    This! Bins smell - it's a fact of life. It's not like you threw it into the house's front porch and it splat everywhere - now that would be totally not cool.

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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.?
    It's none of those things for me. I have left a dog poo near a tree (not in someone's yard) and collected it on my way back because I didn't really want to have swinging dog poo in my hand for my 10km run and knew there were no bins on the way. I picked it up and ran the last 1.5km with it, instead of running 8km with it. On a walk it's simply convenience + me not giving it a second thought. If my friend hadn't mentioned it I still wouldn't think anything of it. It never crossed my mind that it would bother someone for me to put a small bag in a bin that won't continue to stink worse over the course of the week.

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    A, I don't think I'd notice if someone put it in mine unless the stink was unbearable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    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.
    Just curious as to why you opened it lol? What were you expecting to find?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooketobub View Post
    Its funny though, i think there is the people who have never thought of it group, the people who have noticed and it annoys group and not much else in between.

    I honestly never thought about peoples whizzbins that in depth. I doubt anyones doing it because they are self entitled, they prob just dont think much about it, like me! I think i just always saw Mum picking up the rubbish on our walks and popping it in bins on the way etc
    I think it's mostly subconscious self entitlement and laziness. I don't think many people would actually think "it's my right to put my dog poo in this bin so here it is "

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    The question is OP ... After your walk/run did you take your shoes off before walking into your house?

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    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I think it's mostly subconscious self entitlement and laziness. I don't think many people would actually think "it's my right to put my dog poo in this bin so here it is "
    Leaving the poop on the ground would be lazy ... I think self entitlement is a little extreme... I think 'oh there's a bin I'll pop it in there' is probably more the case.

    I don't have a dog so I've never had to 'scoop' ... But I guess I'd go with A. But then I once threw a bag of vomit in a business kanga bin when I had severe morning sickness so I'm sure your doggy do incident is starting to look a whole lot rosier now
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