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120 Dog Poop Bags Lavender scented £5.49 prime / £9.48 non prime @ Amazon

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Working for Amazon this Christmas? Delivering parcels can be a right pain and when you need to go you need to go, well Amazon has you covered, these lavender scented bags mean that you won't even noti…
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Working for Amazon this Christmas? Delivering parcels can be a right pain and when you need to go you need to go, well Amazon has you covered, these lavender scented bags mean that you won't even notice you've just done a dump in your van.

Working for less than minimum wage has never felt so good. Ahhhhhhhh.
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1 Like #1
Cheaper at Home Bargains. Extra Thick Doggy Bags 79p pack of 100.
#2
10 out 10 for the description, but I don't think most amazon drivers could afford these.
#3
Seriously? Just buy nappy bags from a supermarket. Usually about £1.50 for 100.
#4
200 in pound shop
4 Likes #5
free from fruit and veg section in tesco etc
#6
What the what!
I always get these ... http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=259424608
I know I can get cheaper (than 80p for 75), but these are biodegradable and not stupidly thin.
banned#7
widzmorrow
200 in pound shop
Cool.
How much? oO
1 Like #8
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=260274296

300 bags for 35p, good quality bags compared to other supermarket value brands.
2 Likes #9
Yaaaay, last of the Secret Santa presents sorted. She doesn't even have a dog.
#10
drive like an astronaut....wear a nappy
2 Likes #11
This is a serious question, as I'm not a dog owner can someone please explain....

Nobody likes dog mess on the floor, so we all know the responsible thing to do is bag it and bin it.

Some people leave their dog mess on the floor because I assume they are either lazy, inconsiderate, incompetent or just ill prepared.

But this is the thing I don't get... who the hell is ruining the countryside by bagging dog mess then just throwing it down like litter or worse hanging it from trees and fences. What on earth is the point of that???

Just leave on the ground, at least it will be dried out or washed away in a week or two. Once bagged it ain't going anywhere unless you take it.
1 Like #12
I use these bags, although I actually use the unscented ones, but I pay less from tk maxx, they're better than the cheap ones as theyre a good thickness and really keep the smell in until you can get to a bin, they're pretty big too
#13
boostii
This is a serious question, as I'm not a dog owner can someone please explain....

Nobody likes dog mess on the floor, so we all know the responsible thing to do is bag it and bin it.

Some people leave their dog mess on the floor because I assume they are either lazy, inconsiderate, incompetent or just ill prepared.

But this is the thing I don't get... who the hell is ruining the countryside by bagging dog mess then just throwing it down like litter or worse hanging it from trees and fences. What on earth is the point of that???

Just leave on the ground, at least it will be dried out or washed away in a week or two. Once bagged it ain't going anywhere unless you take it.


​I couldn't agree more. I don't understand who started this strange practice of hanging it in trees, but it's rife round my neck of the woods. In fact, there seems to be some competition between some dog owners as to who can get their bag lodged highest in the tree, and so must launch them like bolas, aiming for the top of the tree. The bags then swing there, inevitably pierce and then fill with water over time, which then proceed to drip on pedestrian s below. I knew to avoid one of the exits from a town centre car park because of a overhead bag, which you could see the water dripping from, and the contents slowly eroding over a matter of weeks...

Also, dog owners, please stop hanging your dog's mess on your rear windscreen wiper on the drive back from a walk.
1 Like #14
boostii
This is a serious question, as I'm not a dog owner can someone please explain....
Nobody likes dog mess on the floor, so we all know the responsible thing to do is bag it and bin it.
Some people leave their dog mess on the floor because I assume they are either lazy, inconsiderate, incompetent or just ill prepared.
But this is the thing I don't get... who the hell is ruining the countryside by bagging dog mess then just throwing it down like litter or worse hanging it from trees and fences. What on earth is the point of that???
Just leave on the ground, at least it will be dried out or washed away in a week or two. Once bagged it ain't going anywhere unless you take it.
I totally agree why do you moronic dog owners throw your dog mess into bushes and trees.
#15
doggerthecat
boostii
This is a serious question, as I'm not a dog owner can someone please explain....
Nobody likes dog mess on the floor, so we all know the responsible thing to do is bag it and bin it.
Some people leave their dog mess on the floor because I assume they are either lazy, inconsiderate, incompetent or just ill prepared.
But this is the thing I don't get... who the hell is ruining the countryside by bagging dog mess then just throwing it down like litter or worse hanging it from trees and fences. What on earth is the point of that???
Just leave on the ground, at least it will be dried out or washed away in a week or two. Once bagged it ain't going anywhere unless you take it.
​I couldn't agree more. I don't understand who started this strange practice of hanging it in trees, but it's rife round my neck of the woods. In fact, there seems to be some competition between some dog owners as to who can get their bag lodged highest in the tree, and so must launch them like bolas, aiming for the top of the tree. The bags then swing there, inevitably pierce and then fill with water over time, which then proceed to drip on pedestrian s below. I knew to avoid one of the exits from a town centre car park because of a overhead bag, which you could see the water dripping from, and the contents slowly eroding over a matter of weeks...
Also, dog owners, please stop hanging your dog's mess on your rear windscreen wiper on the drive back from a walk.

I agree with everything apart from the last statement!! What a fantastic idea!! I never thought about that, thanks. I am joking, I've honestly never seen that done yet but will keep an eye out for it.
#16
Where do you all live for that to be happening??? Poo bags in trees ha ha wtf
#17
Oh yeah fishmaster what was you thinking when you posted this great deal 120 bags for £9!!!!!
#18
starkey
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=260274296
300 bags for 35p, good quality bags compared to other supermarket value brands.

Yep, been using them for years. Never had a problem.
#19
Spango
What the what!
I always get these ... http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=259424608
I know I can get cheaper (than 80p for 75), but these are biodegradable and not stupidly thin.
They get burnt anyway so no point in paying extra for biodegradable, unless you're a christmas tree hanger as mentioned above.........
#20
In our area some of the parks provide the biodegradable bags free - and plenty of bins to dispose of them. Also, if you go into the reception at our council offices and ask for them they're happy to give you 20 bags free per dog you own. As for some of the suggestions of not picking it up - it's a health hazard and can prove costly if you're spotted and fined. I agree that dog owners who don't dispose of the filled bags responsibly are a damn nuisance.

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