Weights Faces

Dismay. That’s the only way to read these oddly panda-like faces.

Who would be so cruel as to toss aside this entire mysterious cohort (Are they siblings? Colleagues? A volleyball team?) without, apparently, a second thought?

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6 Responses to Weights Faces

  1. Mary Gibson says:

    Never ceases to amaze me. In what home were these (former) kids taught that it was okay to toss their trash out on public land? Same problem here in spades, with empty bottles and packages tossed out the window along the roadway.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Mary – I think “not littering” passed for environmentalism in our day. Now I guess folks are busy saving the planet. Maybe I’ll retrieve them and make an art installation in our community garden . . . .

  2. barbara carlson says:

    If you’ve read David Sedaris, it is even worse in the U.K. He spends most of his days picking up crap from a stretch of roadway near his home. He rather think he enjoys it in some masochistic/saintly way.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – In theory, constantly picking up litter should help to dissuade the next potential litterer – easier to add to a mess than to initiate one, maybe? But if he’s picking up stuff every day, we might have to revisit the theory.

  3. Tom Watson says:

    I guess faces are in the eyes of the befacers.

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