Wordless Wednesday

March 16, 2011 by Michelle

So I was headed to pick up the mail this morning and found an extra special gift sitting next to it.

USED, people. USED.

My neighborhood is going to heck in a handbasket.


  • ~Kristen~ The DVC Mom

    Oh that's so gross.

  • Tara R.

    *shudder* nasty!

  • Megryansmom

    Ewwww, you got close enough to see that it was used!

  • Debbie

    Now that is just nasty!

  • Anonymous

    I thought your mother raised you to be a good Catholic girl – you should have those around your house.

    – An old friend

  • Susie

    At least it was safe…yuck!!!

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, meant to say – I thought your mother raised you to be a good Catholic girl – you shouldn't have those around your house.

    – An old friend.

  • The Blue Zoo

    LOL oh YUCK!!

  • septembermom

    Super gross. Glad that the kids didn't find it.

  • Patty @ A Day in My NYC

    Eww that is so gross!

  • Lucy


  • Michelle

    Kristen – Isn't it though? That's MY yard.

    Tara – No kidding. Isn't that something you would make sure is disposed of properly?

    MegRyansMom – Well, yeah. Trash blows periodically, and I clean what lands in and around my yard. I leaned over to pick it up until I realized what it was. And yeah, then ran to get my camera. And a trash bag.

    Debbie – No kidding. Is it wrong that I'm blaming teenagers?

    Anon – I like the slip. Cute!

    Susie – There is that silver lining I suppose?

    The Blue Zoo – Yeah….

    Kelly – And another silver lining. Thank you!

    Patty – No kidding. I'm afraid to see what's next.

    Lucy – Yep. Definitely worse than finding one under a bed in a hotel room once upon a time….

  • Pat

    Eeuwww…yuck! Unfortunately, I've seen that in a nice neighborhood near us, too.

    The statistics for under-18s being sexually active is increasing alarmingly fast.

  • Heather E

    GROSSS! But hey, at least they were safe? *smirks*

  • Michelle

    Pat – True. I'm constantly saddened by what I see tossed on teh sides of roads, etc. I just thought people would at lease have pride in where they live.

    Heather – Yeah yeah… silver lining. I wish they'd tossed it where someone didn't have small (and curious) children. Thankfully at least they weren't the ones to find it.

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