Plastic Bags at Supermarkets.

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    bettyh Vic
    bettyh Vic
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    Lots of letters in newspapers re the plastic bag carry on. The general consensus was  we are turning into a whinging lot , always someone complaining about something these days, and the plastic bag fiasco is laughable so thinks most letter writers .

    Fancy carrying on re having to buy a bag if you forget to bring one. I see  lots of folk just pile goodies into the trolley and then put in boot of car, my daughter does that if she forgets her bag( which is usually).  I have a few  free bags (not plastic ) that I have got from different clothing shops over time, all piled into my car boot, but I still do forget  now and then when at supermarket,  but who cares, not me,I  just carry the goodies if not many, otherwise its   pile into trolley. No problems.

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    Salina
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    bettyh, it does seem that way, that everyone is whinging, but I think because it’s so easy to publish ones’ thoughts on the net now, it can come across as a lot of people whinging, but everyone simply wants to have a say. We will adapt no doubt, but I must still have my say..😀.    I think the supermarkets will sell many bin bags and make lots of moolah out of the ban.  

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    • This reply was modified 1 week, 6 days ago by  Salina.
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    abirdo
    abirdo
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    All of which are so much worse for the environment. My one-use bags always had multiple uses – except the ones which were already decomposing before I got them home.

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