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Friday, June 20, 2008

Put them in it's own place, please!




Don't litter...

...and the world will be better!




For Friday's 40-or-less Photo Challenge this week, we're asked to share our response to this photo.

Does it make you think pollution?
Needing to find a bathroom after drinking mass quantities of liquid?
Can you see a spiritual correlation?
Does a snappy caption come to mind?
Are you challenged to step up your environmental stewardship?
And, I dare anyone to wax poetic over TRASH!

Join us at Robin's Place!


20 comments:

Suze's Sass said...

Ugh, there's nothing that I hate more than seeing litter around. Especially when you're on the beach and see trash strewn around.

having my cake said...

Instinctively I want to reach for my pink recycling bag!

Tami said...

very nice job with the caption! Recycle people!!!.. it takes just as much effort to put it where it belongs as it does to toss it on the ground!

karisma said...

Great caption! Straight to the point!

Peculiar said...

I agree with Karisma--straight to the point. I like it!

marcia said...

oh very good I am impressed

Jan said...

Point made.... good job.

(((HUGS))),
Jan

Grey said...

Sadly .. people dont care... world is full of idiots !

Jenny said...

I get so mad when I see trash strewn around. I agree with Grey, the world is indeed full of idiots. :(
Recycle and the world will be a better place. :)

faeryrowan said...

I try my best to resist the urge from cleaning them up myself. Sigh. When will people ever learn or at least be responsible citizens of this world? :( Btw, I got a little tag for you at my site. Check it out.

Keith said...

I saw "40 or less" and started reeflecting on my 38th birthday in a few weeks.

It did make me hope I might soon get recycled...

Here, in California, we have dedicated recyclers that rummage through trash dumpstersa for all the cans they can recycle for money.,

Do they haqve money to pay for aluminum recycling in the Phils?

Keith said...

I saw "40 or less" and started reeflecting on my 38th birthday in a few weeks.

It did make me hope I might soon get recycled...

Here, in California, we have dedicated recyclers that rummage through trash dumpstersa for all the cans they can recycle for money.,

Do they haqve money to pay for aluminum recycling in the Phils?

Keith said...

I saw "40 or less" and started reeflecting on my 38th birthday in a few weeks.

It did make me hope I might soon get recycled...

Here, in California, we have dedicated recyclers that rummage through trash dumpstersa for all the cans they can recycle for money.,

Do they haqve money to pay for aluminum recycling in the Phils?

Keith said...

I saw "40 or less" and started reeflecting on my 38th birthday in a few weeks.

It did make me hope I might soon get recycled...

Here, in California, we have dedicated recyclers that rummage through trash dumpstersa for all the cans they can recycle for money.,

Do they haqve money to pay for aluminum recycling in the Phils?

Bipolar Wellness Writer said...

Yes, it does make me want to go out and pick up trash. Last weekend, I bought a new water bottle so I can stop buying plastic ones. I'd had a canteen for a few years, and when it started leaking, I didn't replace it. But I, too, worry about the environment, and felt it was a small, but important statement.

Susan
P.S. How are you doing?

Robin said...

Succinct and to the point--this would make a great poster, yes?

Please forgive my delay in getting to your post--I went out of town on Thursday and I've been playing "catch up" ever since! Especially the blogging variety!

Rachel said...

I'm so used to that scene after coaching for three years. That HAS to be on a sports field.

Kittie Kate said...

Agreed.

I live with a roommate who loves to litter and doesn't recycle. It's not hard. Only lazy asses do it. They're the ones who litter.

the princess said...

it makes me feel really great to recycle and compost. every little bit helps.

Melanie said...

This is one of my pet peeves... trash everywhere! I just can't understand why people can't take a few extra steps and get to a trash can or recycling bin!

Have a great weekend!