Litter, bin - why is is so hard?

WHILE out on my daily walks, I’ve noticed a gradual increase of ‘bin phobia’. This is a condition where people have a fear of putting their rubbish in a bin, so have to drop it close by.

This is a terrible condition and I really hope there is a medical professional out there who will pick up on this condition and find a cure, so that once again those sufferers can regain their confidence and not be afraid to put their litter in the bin.

E Price, Ebenezer Drive, Rogerstone

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5:07pm Mon 10 Sep 12

Radio Wales says...

Alas, It's nothing to do with hygiene, it's a matter of 'Binning is uncool'.
To be seen to obey a cultural or civilised convention is to deny all allegiance to the new-found rights brigade.
Worse, all their friends would think them a wuss for even thinking about putting their rubbish where - clearly - our rubbish ought to go and they would abuse them on facebook.
They have rights you know - Human rights! To do as they **** well please, wherever they want and whenever they want. We are just slaves to society bound to pick up their trash until they get to be accepted and revered as the Cool Ones and people should just stop moaning about them and get on with their duties.
You might take exception to this, but before you yell at me, ask yourselves: Who gave them this right that they are exercising over us?
Alas, It's nothing to do with hygiene, it's a matter of 'Binning is uncool'. To be seen to obey a cultural or civilised convention is to deny all allegiance to the new-found rights brigade. Worse, all their friends would think them a wuss for even thinking about putting their rubbish where - clearly - our rubbish ought to go and they would abuse them on facebook. They have rights you know - Human rights! To do as they **** well please, wherever they want and whenever they want. We are just slaves to society bound to pick up their trash until they get to be accepted and revered as the Cool Ones and people should just stop moaning about them and get on with their duties. You might take exception to this, but before you yell at me, ask yourselves: Who gave them this right that they are exercising over us? Radio Wales

5:18pm Mon 10 Sep 12

The Other Severn Bore says...

Even worse, I've noticed very often -while walking the dog - more and more of those little doggy poop bags dangling unattractively from the hedgerows... If you're going to pick the stuff up in a bag what's the point of then slinging the bag into the bushes where it invariably gets caught on a branch?? Take it home with you, or learn to throw it better.
Even worse, I've noticed very often -while walking the dog - more and more of those little doggy poop bags dangling unattractively from the hedgerows... If you're going to pick the stuff up in a bag what's the point of then slinging the bag into the bushes where it invariably gets caught on a branch?? Take it home with you, or learn to throw it better. The Other Severn Bore

12:15am Tue 11 Sep 12

chris227 says...

its seems to be the trend around corporation road and the roads around it it must be a religious thing
its seems to be the trend around corporation road and the roads around it it must be a religious thing chris227

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