In Seattle, it seems like one of the preferred ways to communicate your displeasure with your fellow man is through a carefully written note. This one near 22nd & Pine goes the next step, adding physical evidence of the upsetting infraction, in the form of a bag of dog poo tied to a tree branch. The note reads “Your dog, Your poop goes in Your can!”
Personally, I’ve never understood how a bag of dog poo placed in a garbage can could be such a point of friction between dog walkers and residents. It’s trash, right? Would the trash can otherwise an unspoiled oasis if the poo wasn’t there?
But maybe I’m off base. Vote your feelings here: