Stuart Main the I’m A Sugar Skull Aholic Shirt belongs to the person who can’t be bothered to dispose of their rubbish correctly Claire Be Great to hear of a Mum after my own heart. Using your logic there should be a skip on every street corner, which is emptied every 12 hours. 90% of parents would have backed the kid and let them get away with it.
Nothing was ever his fault though, so I know better than to believe his likely stories. Anyway whatever actually happened it wasn’t gonna do him any harm doing a bit of community service. The usual response is no it wasn’t my kid Mac Emblem he protested his innocence saying he had put the I’m A Sugar Skull Aholic Shirt in the bin but it had fallen out.
Support from parents when their kids have done unsociable things is a breath of fresh air. My son had to attend litter picking one weekend when he was about 14 for dropping litter in town. An appeal will probably succeed but often people are too intimidated to do it, and success is not guaranteed.
Dvina Called you would reconsider that I’m A Sugar Skull Aholic Shirt you inevitably read the story of someone being forced to attend for accidentally dropping their mobile phone. I think it is a great idea to make people that drop litter pick it up. There are plenty industrial size bins and people can’t be bothered to lift the lids.
I don’t bother with drugs, alcohol, cigarettes or scratch cards and I manage pretty well. People blaming individuals and not the I’m A Sugar Skull Aholic Shirt economic system is the proof that alienation still haunts us to this day. It’s strange a household can’t afford a loaf of bread and cornflakes or boiled eggs for their children.