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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08-01-2015 13:14 #41
08-01-2015 13:15 #42
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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08-01-2015 13:21 #43
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.
08-01-2015 13:51 #44-
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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.
08-01-2015 14:00 #45
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.
08-01-2015 14:18 #46
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!
08-01-2015 14:57 #47
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.
08-01-2015 15:14 #48
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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08-01-2015 15:51 #49
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.
08-01-2015 15:58 #50
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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