Friday, October 24, 2014

Stop the Telephone Books

This is great, isn't it? I get my phone books through the post office and the trash can there is full of them. Most people don't even bother to take them home because someone will eventually throw one in a plastic bag in your driveway. via


tammy j said...

i'd rather they let the TREES GROW

The Queen Vee said...

We aren't getting them anymore, they just stopped giving them out and then I would have to recycle them. I confess that the past few years used the phone books to boost my little grands so that they would sit higher at the table. They no longer need a boost.

Catherine said...

I constantly get those left at my door. Such a waste!!!

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Oh! I totally dislike looking into the car park to see the plastic covered YELLOW... blowing in the breeze!
It's just so aggravating.
Though, I have to say-- my daughter is becoming quite the coupon shopper, so I mentioned to her there are coupons inside the phone book... so, well, now-- she gets my phone book before I toss it!

jenann said...

I love this.
The great Yellow Pages invasion happens here in the UK too but, in our rural area somebody with no idea of who lives where, dumps them at the end of any turning that looks as though it might be a track to a farm and every gate post. Perhaps 10 to each family who lives here is 'delivered' down our lane. What a waste! Though the cow I saw munching one seemed to be enjoying it, she'd even removed and discarded the plastic wrap.

Stacey Snacks said...

Too funny.
I recently received a condensed version of the yellow pages on my front immediately got tossed into the recycling trash.

GOOGLE works for me!

donna baker said...

The only good thing they are good for is pressing flowers. They soak up the juices nicely. I can't tell you how many of them I have.