I know I know ...
It’s not exactly ’normal’ to take photographs of the bin lorry on a grey drizzly morning.
But this got me mad!
Now you know that I was already saving the planet in the days when David Cameron was enjoying a good flogging at Eton.
Eco warriors were well informed back then and took to the streets with banners and woolly gloves.
But what's this all about - ‘30% of my shop goes straight in the bin‘ ??
Does it mean I do this?
Does it mean 30% by weight? Surely my Spinach and Ricotta pizza (Mmmmm) weighs more than its box.
30% by volume?
Packaging takes up more space than the contents.
The phrase 'straight in the bin' suggests it doesn't mean left overs.
It's just another example of the Green rubbish we get on a daily basis.
Oh and what do you think that bloke in the front of the pic was doing?
TK Max doesn't give plastic bags any more. Cynics might say it's because the price of plastic has rocketed recently. So last week when I bought a large 100% polyester vegetarian sheepskin throw I carried it to the car in my arms.
I heard shouts of 'Stop Thief' as I left the store. And one chap obviously thought I was being eaten by a polar bear.