Dirty Diapers In The Parking Lot! - another pet peeve

United States
May 26, 2008 11:36am CST
Since we're on the subject of pet peeves....I have another one. People who change their baby's diaper in the parking lot and throw the dirty one out instead of taking it home or to a trash bin. The same thing is true about women who come to visit with their babies and change their diapers, throwing the nasty one into my garbage. TAKE IT OUTSIDE AND THROW IT INTO THE BIN! Would you like for me to throw my baby's dirty diaper into your yard? Would you like for me to stink up your house? Come on people! We don't want to pull up into a parking space and step smack dab in the middle of your baby's poopy diaper! We sure don't want them in our inside trash can! Do the right thing! Take YOUR garbage to YOUR house and throw it away there - don't throw it into the middle of a parking lot! Or in my trash at home! Use a little common sense. I hate litter and dispise those people who throw their trash out where ever they might be.
3 responses
@cream97 (29169)
• United States
26 May 08
Yes, this is not clean. We should not throw soggy diapers into the parking lot. That is why it is wise to keep a few plastic bags in a diaper bag, so that you can properly discard of it.. That is very lazy to throw it in the parking lot!
1 person likes this
• United States
26 May 08
Lazy doesn't quite come close to what I call it cream. I have pretty harsh words for it.
@cream97 (29169)
• United States
2 Jun 08
Yes you are right, there are some other disgusting words that I can give... But just out of respect for the myLot community, I will not mention them.. But you and I know the words... This is nasty and filthy... It is a shame to see others not caring about society..
@Erratic (724)
• Australia
3 Jun 08
That is so gross. If I seen someone do that I would probably push them down and rub their noses in it. At least I would like to.
@syeryn (574)
• United States
26 May 08
yeah, this is a pet peeve not to mention rude and disgusting. My daughter, expecting in 7 weeks, just had her baby shower and received a very nice gift that hits on this subject. One of her guests gave her a key ring that has a little box that contains a roll of plastic bags just for this purpose. Pop the diaper in the bag tie it up and discard it when you get to the nearest trash can. There is never a reason not to properly dispose of a child's soiled diaper.