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Need a ruling here.

You walk your dog, it does it's business, you pick it up in the little green bag. It's trash day so everyone has their bin out.

Do you deposit your dog's doo in the nearest bin or do you carry it home.

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3 minutes ago, The General said:

Need a ruling here.

You walk your dog, it does it's business, you pick it up in the little green bag. It's trash day so everyone has their bin out.

Do you deposit your dog's doo in the nearest bin or do you carry it home.

Put it in the nearest can.  

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15 hours ago, The General said:

Need a ruling here.

You walk your dog, it does it's business, you pick it up in the little green bag. It's trash day so everyone has their bin out.

Do you deposit your dog's doo in the nearest bin or do you carry it home.

If the garbage hasn't been emptied, it goes in the closest bin.

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4 minutes ago, gianmarco said:

If the garbage hasn't been empty, it goes in the closest bin.

Relevant info, gianmarco. 

Bin is empty.

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closest garbage bin should be acceptable, if not expected. garbage day, however, with empty bin requires a Jane Austen-like level of etiquette and ask you to deposit the bag of dog crap in your own garbage bin or the equivalent (parking lot, park, street corner, etc).

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Just now, The General said:

This topic is white hot on my wife's version of FBG. 

is it NextDoor or everyblock?

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16 minutes ago, The General said:

Need a ruling here.

You walk your dog, it does it's business, you pick it up in the little green bag. It's trash day so everyone has their bin out.

Do you deposit your dog's doo in the nearest bin or do you carry it home.

Poop and run..

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1 minute ago, saintfool said:

is it NextDoor or everyblock?

NextDoor. 

This topic is the source of much division. Pitting neighbors against one another.

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6 minutes ago, dgreen said:

My neighborhood has bins for the poop bags so I use those. 

Sadly not an option.

You are taking your lovely dog out for a walk. It drops a bomb, you thoughtfully pick it up.

Do you place in an empty trash can or do you carry home?

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9 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

Wish people picked up their cat poop too. 

If people dump their cat poop in my trash receptacle, there's gonna be bloodshed.

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13 minutes ago, The General said:

Relevant info, gianmarco. 

Bin is empty.

If the bin is empty, then no, I don't put it in.  I carry it home.

But if it's full and is going to be picked up today, then I'll drop it in.

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If the trash is awaiting pick up on the curb, fine.  But don't put it in empty trash can where it will sit for a week, stinking up your neighbors' garage.  That is really rude IMO.  

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5 minutes ago, The General said:

Sadly not an option.

You are taking your lovely dog out for a walk. It drops a bomb, you thoughtfully pick it up.

Do you place in an empty trash can or do you carry home?

Carry home

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I have no idea which neighbor isn't picking up the poop left in my front yard, so I pick it up and randomly chuck it at another house. I figure at least once I'll get it right. Unless it's a stray, in which case, it's a poop lottery anyway.

 

If I ever do figure out which neighbor isn't picking up after his dog, I'm gonna hit Taco Bell at 1AM then let nature take it's course all over his lawn. Motion sensing lights be damned.

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11 minutes ago, The General said:

NextDoor. 

This topic is the source of much division. Pitting neighbors against one another.

Wife was yelled out by some distant (she takes them on long walks) neighbor for using their garbage can.  Stupid, everyone is welcome to use my can, just pick up your dog #### please.

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I have a smaller dog, and we don't go on that long of a walk, so I always carry home. I can see if I had a Great Dane, I might want to drop off, but on the other hand, I may not want to drop a Great Dane's bag in someone else's trash.

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I use the golden rule. 

I don't think I can rationalize why, but if someone is using my bin for their garbage -- dog poop or otherwise -- I'd rather they keep their paws off my bin.

So even though I pass all these garbage cans on the way back to my own house, and it's much easier to get rid of it earlier, I'm carrying that bag with me and depositing it my own bin. 

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On a side note NextDoor is as bad as any other social media.  Spent less than two days on there thanks to a stupid invite from our neighbors next door:

1- Offered to pick up any neighbor's leftover pizza before they threw it out for free.

2- Wife started a campaign to get everyone to pick up dog #### and report offenders.

3- Someone's account get's hacked and everyone gets spammed.

4- People start soliciting us for all kinds of things.

5- Promptly deleted account.

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13 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Wife was yelled out by some distant (she takes them on long walks) neighbor for using their garbage can.  Stupid, everyone is welcome to use my can, just pick up your dog #### please.

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10 minutes ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

I use the golden rule. 

I don't think I can rationalize why, but if someone is using my bin for their garbage -- dog poop or otherwise -- I'd rather they keep their paws off my bin.

So even though I pass all these garbage cans on the way back to my own house, and it's much easier to get rid of it earlier, I'm carrying that bag with me and depositing it my own bin. 

I can help here. 

Because people don't want some fellas dog mess stewing in their can for a week :lol:

 

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4 minutes ago, The General said:

That goes for all the garbage that gets thrown out on the side of the road.  I'd leave my can out there 24x7 if people would just put their trash in it instead of throwing it in the ditch.  

You're assuming everyone freely picks up their ####, which they don't.  I'm willing to sacrifice a little if it even gets one less #### off the street.

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19 minutes ago, tonydead said:

Wife was yelled out by some distant (she takes them on long walks) neighbor for using their garbage can.  Stupid, everyone is welcome to use my can, just pick up your dog #### please.

:mellow:

 

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Just now, The General said:

I can help here. 

Because people don't want some fellas dog mess stewing in their can for a week :lol:

 

Do people really leave cans out all week?

Cans really only appear on our street the night before garbage day. And most are put away/off the curb by the following afternoon. So was going by the assumption the question was about placing your dog's poop in someone else's full-and-ready-to-be-picked-up bin.

If I come home after the trash is picked up and my bin is empty save for a bag of someone else's dog's doo? I'm hunting that owner down. That's a total d move and 100% not cool.

Also just as uncool (and something I see too often than I should): someone picking up their dog's poop, tying up the bag, then leaving the damned bag right there on the lawn. Infuriating.

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11 minutes ago, tonydead said:

On a side note NextDoor is as bad as any other social media.  Spent less than two days on there thanks to a stupid invite from our neighbors next door:

 

 

Disagree, it's a very useful app for learning which of your neighbors is racist. I usually get a ping within 15 minutes whenever a black teenager in a hoodie enters a 3 block radius of my house, warning me to be on the lookout for potential troublemakers in the area. 

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1 minute ago, tonydead said:

That goes for all the garbage that gets thrown out on the side of the road.  I'd leave my can out there 24x7 if people would just put their trash in it instead of throwing it in the ditch.  

You're assuming everyone freely picks up their ####, which they don't.  I'm willing to sacrifice a little if it even gets one less #### off the street.

You're heart is in the right place...Napkins, junkmail is one thing.

Poop. Hell no. We are living in a society people.

 

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1 hour ago, The General said:

Need a ruling here.

You walk your dog, it does it's business, you pick it up in the little green bag. It's trash day so everyone has their bin out.

Do you deposit your dog's doo in the nearest bin or do you carry it home.

Nearest bin.  Especially if it is early in the walk as I really do not want to carry a steaming hot load around. Plus I have Labradors so it usually it a good pound.

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1 minute ago, Stompin' Tom Connors said:

Do people really leave cans out all week?

Cans really only appear on our street the night before garbage day. And most are put away/off the curb by the following afternoon. So was going by the assumption the question was about placing your dog's poop in someone else's full-and-ready-to-be-picked-up bin.

If I come home after the trash is picked up and my bin is empty save for a bag of someone else's dog's doo? I'm hunting that owner down. That's a total d move and 100% not cool.

Also just as uncool (and something I see too often than I should): someone picking up their dog's poop, tying up the bag, then leaving the damned bag right there on the lawn. Infuriating.

There is like a 5 hour window once a week where someone can get to my bin and I'd say 50% of the time the poopers get me.

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1 minute ago, The General said:

You're heart is in the right place...Napkins, junkmail is one thing.

Poop. Hell no. We are living in a society people.

 

You're angry at the wrong people is all I'm saying.  Unless your streets are 100% poop free your energy is needed elsewhere.

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If the poop bag is tightly knotted, I have no problem with others dropping their bag in my empty trash can. I do the same when I'm around the neighborhood on trash day.

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Just now, The General said:

There is like a 5 hour window once a week where someone can get to my bin and I'd say 50% of the time the poopers get me.

I'd be booby trapping that can. That's real, ahem, $#!tty of your neighbors.

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13 minutes ago, The General said:

I can help here. 

Because people don't want some fellas dog mess stewing in their can for a week :lol:

 

Your can doesn't have a lid?

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We have a Nest camera that can see the trash can region.

The wife tracked down the perp...DAN my next door neighbor. Caught brown handed. JUDAS.

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4 minutes ago, EYLive said:

If the poop bag is tightly knotted, I have no problem with others dropping their bag in my empty trash can. I do the same when I'm around the neighborhood on trash day.

GROSS.

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For those of you that welcome other people's trash -- poop or not -- in your can: you are way better people than me. 

For those of you who feel it's OK to drop a bag of your dog's poop in someone else's can -- not including @tonydead who is clearly a saint on earth -- do you feel it's OK if someone leaves a huge Glad bag filled with rotting trash in your bin? 

To me, it's kinda the same thing. We all have cans. We all pay for the service. So use your own. I'm not paying to throw out someone else's trash, and it also feels like a little bit of an invasion of privacy -- I'm not comfortable with the thought of someone lifting my can's lid to see what nefarious things I'm trying to get rid of this week.

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I'm not such a BLOUSE that someone properly using a trash can is going to bother me. Stop crying and get a life.

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4 minutes ago, EYLive said:

I'm not such a BLOUSE that someone properly using a trash can is going to bother me. Stop crying and get a life.

Think you need to look this up.

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In principle, I don’t mind if someone uses my can for their doggo’s poop (though I would prefer if they didn’t). 

What gets me fired up is a poop-bag in the recycle bin. ###### savages. 

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The neighbor who complains about this is the neighbor who gets poop bags thrown at their house.

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