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  • tommy b. 2 months ago
    today
  • Carrie P. 3 months ago
    Thank you for the great ideas!
  • tommy b. 1 year ago
    ttoday
  • Gina L. 1 year ago
    I just attended a friend's get together. They had placed a recycle and regular trash bin in almost every room inside and outdoors. I was disgusted as to how many either ignored the labels or possibly had no knowledge of where to dispose. Our society truly needs to educate at every level.
    • Laura L. 1 year ago
      Exactly! What happened to manners? My family is from the midwest and any time someone invites you to their home for a meal or a party you MUST clean up after yourself and offer to help take down decorations or wash dishes before you leave. If you didn't you'd never hear the end of it from your family members. If people would help clean up we wouldn't need disposable cups and plates and the host/hostess wouldn't be so exhausted afterwards. We have machine dishwashers for pete's sakes, we don't even have to hand-wash. It's just laziness and rudeness.
    • Cindy C. 3 months ago
      I am from the Midwest and I don't expect any guests to do the dishes afterwards. Also plasticware is great for children's parties or large gatherings. This way your good silverware isn't lost in a flowerbed or thrown out. My parties I have a metal tub with soapy water to throw plasticware in so it can be reused again. I try to stick with clear plasticware so that it will go with whatever color scheme. Broken and lost plasticware is cheaper and easier to replace.
  • Barbara C. 1 year ago
    Just serve a sandwich on a paper napkin. Napkin is compostable. No need to get all hot and bothered with the grill or stink up the neighborhood with charcoal and lighter fluid.
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