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I think I've just aroused an S&M dustbin.

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Mysterian · 27/06/2023 12:22

I just put some rubbish in a bin in Chester and it said "Thank you for using me", but it put a tad more emphasis on "using" than a 'vanilla' non kinky bin would.

Should bins be better vetted? Do you have kinky bins where you are?

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AmbleInAnnBoleyn · 27/06/2023 12:27


No talky bins, vanilla or kinky, round my parts (oo er).

CattyCone · 27/06/2023 12:28


PermanentTemporary · 27/06/2023 12:30

Should definitely suggest this to my councillor, TY

Surely a recycling bin that moans suggestively on being used as intended would increase rates of correct sorting.

BiscuitsandPuffin · 27/06/2023 12:32

This reminds me of the automatic doors in Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

MrsPerfect12 · 27/06/2023 12:33

video or it didn't happen πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

SoWhatEh · 27/06/2023 12:33

A friend of mine had a next door neighbour who was in love with a bin. He used to hug it and whisper to it. When I visited her, he'd be on their shared driveway, snuggled up in the bin shed, feeding it love letters, crooning, 'No body understands you like I do.' His bin said nothing to him. Not a peep. Treat em mean to keep em keen was that bin's approach and it worked. Each bin to its own I suppose. Yours sounds more fun.

Mysterian · 27/06/2023 13:20

I thought of the hitchhiker's guide too. If you give objects personality there's a chance they'll be depressed or Dutch or kinky.

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