Posted by sean on April 1, 2006 at 6:07 pm in Life In Bath with No Comments

Another blog for today (my entries are like buses), this one being about rubbish – and no I am not talking about that shite performance put out by Leeds this afternoon.

I went to the Bath tip early this morning, I still had a lot of unwanted things at my old house… a broken television, boxes of magazines, a broken chest of drawers and a massive, shit stained hutch which belonged to a deceased rabbit. I tried palming it off on Oxfam but they just didn’t want it – how ungrateful!

This left me the task of loading all that crap into the back of a car and being driven to the local tip where I dumped it all into a massive skip. I don’t know where it eventually ends up, maybe it’s poured into one of those 400m deep caves they had on Planet Earth last week.

It’s kind of satisfying throwing old, unwanted possessions into a big metal hole and hearing it smashing at the bottom. I wanted to chuck the TV into one but they are now collecting them to re-cycle – some people are just no fun!

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