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Weelie Bin Numbers @ Poundworld £1.00

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#1
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#2
wheelie good deal....:whistling:
#3
So what do you do with the spare numbers? Sell em' to the neighbours?
#4
bargain - though i never really get why people want to number their bins !
#5
le_jaeger
bargain - though i never really get why people want to number their bins !


Because so often they're all piled in with the neighbours bins & the original sticker peels away..

..oh & painting numbers on simply looks crap
#6
le_jaeger
bargain - though i never really get why people want to number their bins !


:) Anybody know if they have lettering for house names for the same purpose? Definately needed as our binmen tend to mix 'em up when they've emptied them & I don't appreciate somebody elses dirty bin in place of my clean one! :roll:
#7
le_jaeger
bargain - though i never really get why people want to number their bins !

Dont' "want" to but have to.
Had our bin stolen then put number on new one which lasted a couple years longer before being nicked along with the neighbour's steel bin. Some people are soooo desperate if they have to steal bins and remove/paint over the number.

Bought this number from poundland and used as a template to spray our number all over the new bin.

Good deal.
#8
MR GUS
..oh & painting numbers on simply looks crap


It's a bin!!!!
#9
If you put a door number on your bin and don't bring it in after the binman has gone then a burglar will take it that the house is empty. Is it worth the risk. Try a bumper sticker if you need to identify your bin.
#10
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Lakeside
It's a bin!!!!
#11
great I'll be able to see the burnt cinders of my 12 plastic coated to the bin after the chavs have driven mine down to the woods, used it as a stool to slurp their white lightening, burnt it then peed on some of it b4 the local PCSO gets there and gives them a badge of honour to show their mates, aka an ASBO.

now what to do with the other 8 numbers?
suspended#12
Rubbish! :whistling:
1 Like #13
'[VSUK
Wizard;8581795']If you put a door number on your bin and don't bring it in after the binman has gone then a burglar will take it that the house is empty. Is it worth the risk. Try a bumper sticker if you need to identify your bin.


If you live in number 6 say, you could sneak out on bin night, and mark 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 up!! Then you know yours is the unnumbered bin ;) :-D
#14
would it be possible to stick these to a vest and convince co-workers you had just run a half-marathon?
#15
Useful, I have four bins, they look identical, three are, but the forth is a different size, so the bin men usually don't put the lids back on the bins.
#16
Cold: I live at house number 111.
#17
You haven't put the price in the title - you know that upsets some people :whistling:
#18
'[VSUK
Wizard;8581795']If you put a door number on your bin and don't bring it in after the binman has gone then a burglar will take it that the house is empty. Is it worth the risk. Try a bumper sticker if you need to identify your bin.


True, I know the people that are at work because their bins are still out at 5pm, I don't have a number on my bin cos everyone else has!! :-D
#19
I don't think having your house number on your bin is a security risk. People can tell which one is my bin. It's the one outside my house.
#20
I'm lucky if the lazy f****** binmen can be bothered putting my bins within 25 yards of where they got them from.

Doesn't matter if its got a number, a full postal address or a full colour photograph of the bleedin' house on the bin - it'll end up where the wagon stopped.
#21
panddda
Cold: I live at house number 111.

:-D
#22
Lakeside
I don't think having your house number on your bin is a security risk. People can tell which one is my bin. It's the one outside my house.


I was thinking the same thing!
#23
errolevans
If you live in number 6 say, you could sneak out on bin night, and mark 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 up!! Then you know yours is the unnumbered bin ;) :-D


OH MY GOD! I think a little bit of wee has just come out!!!!!! :w00t:
#24
Good luck to any one who wants to nick our bin.... it smells rank :oops:
As for security, how about all them girls who leave their sat navs in their handbag? It so conveniently has "home" programed into it, along with the house keys :roll:
#25
Cold, we don't have wheelie bins in Birmingham.

I suppose i could number the black bags, 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.
#26
millcat
:) Anybody know if they have lettering for house names for the same purpose? Definately needed as our binmen tend to mix 'em up when they've emptied them & I don't appreciate somebody elses dirty bin in place of my clean one! :roll:


Why on earth do you clean your bin? I've never cleaned out our wheelie bin.
#27
peodude
Cold, we don't have wheelie bins in Birmingham.

I suppose i could number the black bags, 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.


That's retro.
#28
half the bloody time they don't even empty mine, so have to phone the council for them to come and empty it.
#29
Can you get the wheelie bin electric shocker - it'll stop chavs nicking my bin.
#30
Wow, how many bins do you have to have before you need to number them?!
#31
What a rip off --- if you live at #33, you need to buy two sets :roll:
#32
chriswvtr
Wow, how many bins do you have to have before you need to number them?!


I think you need your number on if you keep your bin clean and tidy ---- and your neighbours are feral pigs, who throw half eaten pizzas directly into the bin. You wouldn't want them to steal your clean one, because that's what half civilised chavs do - they just take any bin back, usually one in better condition than their own.
#33
Lakeside
I don't think having your house number on your bin is a security risk. People can tell which one is my bin. It's the one outside my house.

Ask you local Police then. The "I don't think" makes you sound daft. And It's not all about you!
#34
Pardon? Using the phrase "I don't think" makes people sound daft? How does that work then?

"I don't think" it does. You are quite odd mate!
#35
Lakeside
It's a bin!!!!


:thumbsup:
#36
There are only two sets and I have three bins :(
#37
I live at number 333. Damn.
#38
Lakeside
I live at number 333. Damn.


Use the two 1s to make an X then you can label it 37 X 9.

However, this may pose a security risk if your potential burglars are good at sums or if you're being stalked by Carol Vorderman.
1 Like #39
I met Carol Vorderman last year. Having seen her close up, I'm not prepared to take this risk.
#40
In NZ you can buy wheelie bin transfers which I thought were quite fetching.......
http://easygreenliving.co.nz/pc/wheelie-fun-sweeping-our-driveways-1065

http://easygreenliving.co.nz/pc/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/BinArt_frontbins.png

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