His yellow tongue is trying to say, don't eat here.
seemes to be tha same type of bin all over the world nowadays. Just saw the same in Chile. I Sweden there are different posters just made to put on them, like flowers, bushes. Interesting (how can an ugly bin be that ;-)?)Christina, sweden
That would catch anyone's attention, wouldn't it?
I agree they are not the most beautiful of items, but putting posters on them only increased their ugliness and makes the visual environment even more cluttered.
who made this one anyway?? JJJ! very catchy Bill! thanks for sharing!
It's still ugly. But funnier ugly.
Interesting indeed, we have this kind of bins also in our city but I think our admins should think also of this eye catching strategy to have all their garbage shot here and not anywhere else...Thanks for dropping byAnything DavaoIn This Side of Town
What a horrible bin! A good job of photography just the same.Bruce.
ps. Next we will have bins with advertising space for sale,,,,,"EAT AT JOE'S NOW"....
WilliamSurely you can do better than that bin "photo" - even the horse looked uncomfortable with being photographed!Tut Tut!!!The subject will be raised on Thursday, if we are not washed away with this rain!Colin
Am I missing the horsey message? Or is the photo just supposed to make you notice the bin and drop your trash in it?
It's a great idea, I'm thinking about painting mine to match my garden now!Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia
they must sell them somewhere in the area! my neighbors have a monkey in the same style, i have prepared it for posting, keep a lookout for it :) (been a bit slack with the dailyness..)
Very amusing! Maybe we should try to paint/decorate our garbage can ...
Today's NZ Heraldhttp://www.nzherald.co.nz/sideswipe/news/article.cfm?c_id=702&objectid=10630741had a photo of a bin in Auckland with the words "Human Body Parts Only" emblazoned on it. I must say, I prefer the horse...