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Still Waters

Council suggests rubbish Christmas gift idea

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Still Waters

A  council has been criticised for a "rubbish" idea  after recommending that locals buy a loved one a £60 wheelie  for Christmas.

Bromley Council in south London has written to residents suggesting that a 240-litre wheelie bin for garden waste with fortnightly collection thrown in could be the perfect present.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/council-suggests-buying-loved-one-192328782.html

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travelnjones

WTF Britain! If you want to get someone trash just get them a fruit cake or those weird blue Danish Cookie tins.

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Black Monk
On 12/4/2017 at 3:20 PM, Still Waters said:

A  council has been criticised for a "rubbish" idea  after recommending that locals buy a loved one a £60 wheelie  for Christmas.

Bromley Council in south London has written to residents suggesting that a 240-litre wheelie bin for garden waste with fortnightly collection thrown in could be the perfect present.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/council-suggests-buying-loved-one-192328782.html

Maybe if it was one of the larger 360 litre bins that we used to have when this country was run by sane people and the bin collections were once or twice a week then maybe they would accept.

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ChaosRose

Oh my goodness. 

That's a horrible Christmas present. 

That would rank up there with the plastic jalapeno earrings I got one year that were purchased at a truck stop. 

What ever possessed him...?

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