does the general public think that it is fine to leave their messes around, expecting that someone will come clean up after them? Did their mother and father not teach them to clean up after themselves? Is it because that fourteen seconds it will take to walk over to the trash bin is so precious that they cannot afford to waste it, or their time is just much more important than the time of the person that will have to clean up their mess? Maybe it is because those tens of calories the walk would take might leave them malnourished?
This is my Saturday Centus submission for this week – my title is the prompt. It’s entirely possible that I was inspired to join in this week because I just got off an 8 hour shift at the Chevron. Which reminds me: