Don’t Eat The Blue Bags

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This morning.

The Grand Canal at Drimnagh, Dublin 12.

Thanks Derek Haughton

16 thoughts on “Don’t Eat The Blue Bags

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Yup. I see the poo bags squashed into fences or stuffed into bushes in people’s gardens. It’s their dog but they expect other people to clean up it. The only way to catch them is cctv but that’s not going to happen when we can’t even catch people dumping mattresses.

      1. Brother Barnabas

        i find it hilarious to drop that kind of thing into people’s bicycle baskets

        messy sh1t is funniest

    1. Murtles

      That’s the context I take this picture in. Responsible dog owners bin the poo bag, irresponsible swans decide to eat said poo bag. Why are these bins not emptied daily, that’s a lot of shhhhhhhh ite in that bin if it’s full.

  1. Kirkbadaz

    People do this as a form of protest. Often in parks next to benches where one would expect to find a bin there is merely a blue ziggurat of dog poo

  2. Janet, I ate my avatar

    How about regularly spaced bins across the capital that are emptied regularly ? Every other capital in Europe can manage it !

  3. A Person

    Yeah, we own a dog who does a poo. Someone else must clear it away. The Council / govt must clean up my poo. But I will not pay for it. I’m entitled because I own a dog etc….

  4. Gavin

    Wouldnt kill people to take it home and bin it, also makes sense to empty the damn bin if you are going to provide it, as people dont need much of an excuse to just not be arsed.

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