Plastic bags


#141

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/stemming-the-plastic-tide-10-rivers-contribute-most-of-the-plastic-in-the-oceans/


#142

It’s pitiful really.
If you can’t organise your ■■■■ to take bags for packing your own groceries then you really are bottom of the pond dumb.

I bought these and they are great for more than just shopping and 10 year guarantee.


#143

as a former hospitality worker.

■■■■ people.


#144

Not sure why you’d feel uncomfortable agreeing with the motivations of the good guy in a movie.


#145

Ahem


#146

Coles bans plastic bags one week, then rolls out some promo where my kids are asking me to collect ■■■■■■ plastic miniature products.

Best thing I have is a Bunnings green basket that I take with me. Easier to lug around and won’t tip over in the boot. No idea how I ended up with a Bunnings basket.


#147

the whole reusable bags are a load of ■■■■.

take 2 to get a baskets worth of things. the ■■■■■■■ bags take up half the basket.

what a load of ■■■■.


#148

Are you getting some rant practice in before the game?


#149

Nah i just mornings.


#150

$2 each. Fit in my pocket. Washable. No problem!


#151

Mine fit in my pocket. Get some real problems you entitled whinger


#152

should’ve left the original word.


#153

Maybe. It’s certainly accurate


#154

Remember those old style grandma trollies? You know, the type the old wog ladies would push around. They were ahead of their time.


#155

Thought millennials had their mums do all their shopping?


#156

:frowning:
Diggers has me on ignore.


#157

Haha… They’re the ones.


#158

Safeway’s delivers boomski


#159

Then what are you moaning about?


#160

I thought that was what this thread was about