Another (see Aug 16) empty pack of what I assume is old lady cigarettes. Not being a smoker, I am unhip to the brands.
Monday, September 22, 2008
Friday, September 12, 2008
When I started this trash blog I knew the litter would be boring and maybe sometimes surprising. However, I never even considered that a Dill Pickle bag would blow over my property line. I didn’t even know such a thing existed! This one was an eye opener, blogfan.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Gone are the kids games. Today’s junk is a nice nip-o-vodka. It’s a plastic bottle, which has recently become environmental enemy number one. This bottle just might be some sort of spy as its label obviously tried to camouflage itself into the grass to avoid detection. Not today, bottle. Not today.
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
That sure is one beat up Milky Way candy bar wrapper. The wrapper is for the regular size candy bar, not the mini bites, Halloween, or jumbo size. I haven’t downed one of these Milky Way bars in a long time. However, I have enjoyed several Dark Milky Way mini bites over the past few years while visiting my Mother’s house. God, they’re good. I typically eat well and avoid candy and other junk food, unless I’m over my Mother’s house. For some reason, whenever I am there, I eat like a starving slob and leave feeling like I’m Jabba the Hut’s doppelganger.
Monday, September 8, 2008
My eagle eyes spied the below pictured bracelet price tag resting in my driveway not far from my side porch. To better show the size of this small piece of litter, I placed a small rock next to it. For a better reference point of size, I placed a dime next to the rock that I placed next to the price tag. The tag describes the bracelet as “Snake 24” Oval Beads,” made in Italy, and cost $74.99. Of course, it may have been on sale or maybe the purchaser had a coupon or was the beneficiary of some sort of other discount: employee or senior citizen discount, maybe. So who knows what the true purchase price was. Now that I think of it, 24 inches is rather large for a bracelet (unless you’re Andre the Giant), so maybe this price tag is for a necklace. Brilliant investigative work!
Friday, September 5, 2008
Pall Mall anybody? I do not smoke, but I was surprised to see that this brand is still around. For whatever reason, I think this brand of cancer sticks is for old ladies. Where I came up with this prejudice is a mystery. Enlighten me if I am mistaken.