Let’s Play: Spot the Poop, Again

One more fine mess of dog poo pics
for your distraction here presented;
discards by inconsiderate dicks
their actions doubtless unrepented.

Why can’t they bin their pets’ wrapped crap?
It’s not like such motion’s costly.
‘Twould foster friendship ‘cross the map
– and make me type less crossly!

There’s no need to furrow your brow;
This game’s no great tormentor.
I’ll bet you’ve seen the theme by now:
bagged poop (mostly) bottom centre.

About peNdantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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9 Responses to Let’s Play: Spot the Poop, Again

  1. I have a panoramic view of poops from the dogs next door. The dogs are very well-behaved. It’s the people that need training. ;)

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    • peNdantry says:

      I see you wink, but that’s so true! I just can’t get my head around this halfway house “I’ll buy plastic bags, put my dog’s poo in them, and then drop them on the ground (or hang them from a tree), adding to the pollution (at my own expense)” mentality. Why bother bagging it at all? It’s totally, utterly bizarre. I view it as symptomatic of the insanity of a great proportion of humanity.

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  2. granny1947 says:

    Welcome to my world.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. We have the same problem with dog poop bags over here. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’m out for a drive along the cycle path alongside the river and seen umpteen dog poop bags decorating the hedges and once, even a bag hanging from a low branch of a tree! The mind boggles. Even when there’s a poo-bin nearby, we still get these adornments everywhere. It’s like litter; why on Earth can’t people take their rubbish home with them whether it’s dog poo or garbage. I frequently come across a litter bin (not full) but with takeaway wrappers (mostly from the nearby MacDonald’s) and empty pop and beer cans littered all over the surrounding grass. I think it’s the ‘can’t be bothered; let someone else deal with it’ brigade.

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  4. Forestwood says:

    The dog poo problems are universak


  5. daryan12 says:

    My problem was when I used to walk the dog, the neighbours dogs would sometimes follow us (at a discreet distance) and then go and poo in people’s garden’s and I’d get the blame, even thought it wasn’t my dog!
    Still we had another neighbours dog (a mongrel terrier), very friendly lovely little fellow, who kept running off for hours at a time. As its the country side, the owners assumed he was just chasing rabbits or something. Anyway it turned out he was going around the neighbourhood and, shall we say, doing it doggie style with several of the neighbours thoroughbred dogs. He ended up siring several puppies (all mongrel terriers mixes like him). They ended up having to lock him up for his own safety as some of the neighbours weren’t happy about this.


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