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Friday, April 4, 2014

It must be so exhausting to find a garbage bin (NEVER MIND THAT THERE ARE ONES ON THE TRAIN)

Why else would people throw beer cans and unfinished Booster drinks into the stairwell?
It's bad enough we get subjected to the laziness of litter bugs once the snow thaws throughout our own neighbourhoods, we get to see more littering laziness on our journey through Union.
Pick up your trash.
Donkeys.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Okay but at the same time there are people paid to clean this garbage so what's your point?

C.J. Smith said...

Are you high?

Squiggles said...

I know several people who think like Anon. Why bother cleaning up after yourself because some poor schlub making minimum wage can do it for you!

Walk another 10 feet and put it in the garbage when done. You are an adult - Act like it.

Anonymous said...

Wow, the entitled speak again. I can leave my garbage anywhere I want cause the fairies will come and wisk it away right?

Anonymous said...

I remember when I worked at a fast food place, on the overnight shift, cleaning the parking lot. One guy tossed his garbage out of the window of his car right in front of me with a smirk on his face. I went over, without a care in the world about losing that crappy minimum wage job, picked it up, and handed it back to him on his lap and said "excuse me sir, you seem to have dropped something". Then said "next time, I'll open it up before handing it back to you" and walked away with a smirk on my face.

Anonymous said...

What if someone slipped on your drink and got injured? Think about that asshole.

Amanda Standidge said...

Wish my phone didn't die last night... By the time I got off the train I had counted 11 metro's laying on the ground and the seats. Just in my car. People have to literally walk by recycling bins to get from the platform to the parking lots.
Also fun fact (that I found on the internet and may oray not be true): Walt Disney world have garbage receptacles every 30 steps. Mr. Disney observed that people in public would generally take that many steps with garbage in their hands before dropping it on the ground.

Sean said...

"Give a larbage. Pick up your garbage!" To quote Peter Griffin....