By Braddah Lance
In dis day and age, we all gotta do our part to help in watevah way we can, especially our environment. Most of us put a conscious effort into sorting out recyclable goods marked "1" or "2" from da rest (if you don't know wat I'm talking about, you ain't doing it), stacking up old newspaper and using those "blue bins" properly. Some even go as far as taking things they can't recycle at home to locations or stores with convenient centers to help dispose of batteries, plastic bags and even handheld electronics.
It's amazing even with simple straight forward directions - dat includes pictures - some just no care. Well, they actually do but just no care if it's right or wrong. Take a look at dis pic I took at Ward Starbucks a couple weeks ago:
Besides "everything else" being empty, da "directions" are pretty clear no? Take a closer look....
So I'm just logically deducting dat those two containers in da recycle side are from people who sat down and either was on da free wi-fi or just enjoying someone's company - both of which most regulahs do right?
And you can also logically deduct dat they would know wat they doing as far throwing things away at da location too no? Again, just assumptions and deductions but how da heck can you miss da pictures of wat NOT to throw away? They even have three pictures of their own products there!
Wassup Wit Dat!
I for one am NOT a regulah although Da Wife is and everytime she asks me wat I like, I just say verbatim, "get a large of watevah you getting and I'll share with you" - most every time, same thing. Sometimes I'll say something with chocolate and cold should da mood strikes to get something on my own but considering wat they charge, I usually just share with Da Wife.
If you've evah been to Starbucks it's like da Soup Nazi and In-N-Out Secret Menu combined. There's a certain way to order and da language to do it is daunting... if you not one regulah but das for anoddah blog.
For all you Starbucks regulah, do you use their trash bins properly? No shame now even though get pictures. You one of those with da long kine order for one drink dat you could have just said "large coffee with non-fat milk?" Have you evah used - or seen - those cardboard boxes at Target, Wal-Mart and da like to recycle plastic bags, batteries etc? Have you used them? Have you seen anything else asking to be recyclable besides da "norm"? Wen dining out, do you make a conscious effort to separate recyclables at places dat offer separate bins for trash and recyclables?