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susie

New method of corpse disposal

Ambulance service somewhere in the unwilds of non-independent English England have started leaving dead bodies next to the dustbins. Why not just get folk to dump their relatives in their own wheelie bin and save the ambulancs service the trouble of coming to the scene?
orkneycadian

Here in  Orkney, the incompetent council ordered 10,000 too many wheelie bins, emblazoned with the council crest, when the implemented them here.

Thats a lot of pristine coffins to keep us going for a while!
susie

orkneycadian wrote:
Here in  Orkney, the incompetent council ordered 10,000 too many wheelie bins, emblazoned with the council crest, when the implemented them here.

Thats a lot of pristine coffins to keep us going for a while!

I quite fancy the idea of going to heaven in an Orkney Council wheelie bin. Can you pull any strings and get my name down for one? Maybe I could move in with you for a while until I qualify? Maybe not though, you might not want to part with my incredible skill set.
ducati

I seem to remember Northerner is currently touring the universe in a Shetland Islands Council wheelie bin. Perhaps we will hear from him on his return..or if he has an I.phone.  Cool
Suspended and Banned

Northener, there's a loon to conjure with.

Don't think he made the universal tour in the end, last seen shouting at passing ferries in Lerwick. I think he was using his wheelie bin as a mobile ice bucket for his white lightning.
orkneycadian

susie wrote:
I quite fancy the idea of going to heaven in an Orkney Council wheelie bin. Can you pull any strings and get my name down for one?


I think Orkney Islands Council would be delighted if you took some off their hands, as they get constant hassle in the local press / radio about their humongous faux pas.  The bins sit in a compound on the industrial estate as a constant reminder to them of how they cocked up so badly.  Anyone removing them would be a hero in the councils eyes!
susie

orkneycadian wrote:
susie wrote:
I quite fancy the idea of going to heaven in an Orkney Council wheelie bin. Can you pull any strings and get my name down for one?


I think Orkney Islands Council would be delighted if you took some off their hands, as they get constant hassle in the local press / radio about their humongous faux pas.  The bins sit in a compound on the industrial estate as a constant reminder to them of how they cocked up so badly.  Anyone removing them would be a hero in the councils eyes!

D'you know what OC? I think this is perfect answer to the perennial 'what can I get them for Christmas' problem. I can hardly think of a better pressie than an Orkney Isles wheelie bin. I wondering how much a dozen would be?
Perhaps they would make good corn bins too. I bet the farmers would buy them for that.
Jax

susie wrote:


I bet the farmers would buy them for that.



Aye we use wheelie bins for bruised barley, I wonder if Orkney Council would do three for a tenner?

Id put them to good use  Very Happy

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