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What would you throw in a wheelie bin?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PrenticeBoyofDerry, 24 Aug 2010.

  1. PrenticeBoyofDerry

    PrenticeBoyofDerry

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    I had a courier leave a package in one once. :rolleyes:
     
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    Apparently, kittens are de rigeur to throw in wheelie bins these days. :evil:
    John :)
     
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    The woman who threw the cat in the bin
     
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    a neighbour over the road threw a dead fox into her wheelie bin,and the neighbour next door reported to the gas board that she could smell gas so along came the gasman to check out where the gas leak was coming from.

    after an hour of trying to find the gas leak he sussed it out and knocked at the old ladys door.
    she did not have a clue what all the fuss was about, I dont know if you can put dead animals in a wheelie bin or not ? :confused:
     
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    Yes, along with a gallon of unleaded and a burning rag. What's in these morons heads? :evil:
     
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    I thought that the brown bin was for cats.
     
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    When living in london I threw a neighbours cat in a dustbin does that count?

    It had been killed on the road and as the neighbour was as nutty as a fruit cake at the time it seemed the best thing to do :rolleyes:
     
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    If it's road kill you report it the local council and they should collect them, if it's residential death/killing I think you eat them! :eek:

    But I keep seeing a pile of ladies shoes (not mine!) at the bottom of the wardrobe, how do I get these to the wheelie bin undetected?
     
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    All Cats should have one.
    She's a hero
     
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    She looks quite a jolly sort. Why is everyone being so nasty to her.
    Cat in a bin is nothing compared to the way we treat the pigs that we eat and the chickens that provide us with egg for our sandwiches.
     
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