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Grafton Hill Donation Bins Overflowing With Trash Because Grafton Hill Nudniks Are Proud To Be Dumpster Divers

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All around Worcester you see these donation bins where you can give your excess crap to charity. But as you will see, these things need to go:

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This is why Worcester can’t have nice things. We don’t know what to do with it. These bins might work in Shrewsbury or West Boylston or Oxford. But you throw a few of these things in Grafton Hill and this is what you get.

Some people look at this pile of junk and think, “That’s pretty grimy looking.” But not Grafton Hill folk. Oh no, Grafton Hill folk look at that and think, “This would be a great place to shoot our newest rap video.”

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Look, I have no idea who’s job it is to take care of this, but real cities don’t have shit like this lying around. This is what’s supposed to separate us from the Ware’s and Athol’s of the world.

And what’s really sad is most of this shit will disappear on it’s own. Largely because Worcester is filled with people who think like this:

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See that? That’s the difference between the West Side and the rest of the city. The West Side wouldn’t put up with this shit. It’s why it looks nice. But Grafton Hill folk? To them this isn’t trash. It’s free shit. Dont like looking at a pile of trash in your neighborhood? According to Grafton Hill’s favorite dumpster diver John David, this makes you “Worcester’s elite.” This is why normal people leave Worcester. They’re forced out by the John David’s of the world.

 

And if you suggest that this is an eyesore to look at, this is what happens to you:

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You want your neighborhood to look nice? Take that shit to Westboro. This is why Worcester can’t have nice things. Because of Grafton Hill buttnuts like John David. That’s why people like this leave Worcester:

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and people like this stick around:

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Some people are blaming it on the fact that we make people pay for trash bags. Fuck that. Paying for trash bags is one of the only things Worcester gets right. There are some grimy, grimy people in Worcester. And grimy Worcester folk have a special superhuman ability to produce six bags of trash per week.

I see trash bags in this city filled with Dunkin Donuts iced coffee cups, styrofoam containers covered in Golden pizza remnants, and empty milk cartons galore. Do these ding-dongs realize how much empty space that shit takes up?

These are the same people who pay no proerty taxes and purposely don’t recycle, despite the fact that it’s free, because they’re just that lazy. Shouldn’t they pay more? Shouldn’t you pay individually for the amount of trash your household creates? Of course you should. Any municipality that isn’t making you pay for each trash bag you use is ripping off people who are responsible for the sake of nudniks.

In the Turtleboy house we use one trash bag every three weeks, and 50% of the bag is filled with Turtleboy Jr’s dumps. If you haven’t figured out how to game this system yet then you’re a sucker.

Here’s a little Turtleboy tip. Every time you go to the grocery store grab 10-15 paper bags. They don’t care. The best ones are the ones from trade Joe’s because they have handles. Of course Worceter people wouldn’t know what to do with themselves at a Trader Joe’s, so this will largely fall on deaf ears.

Then what you do is throw some trash in the bottom of each recycling bag. After that you fill it up with your styrofoam containers, Burger King bags, Dunkin Donuts cups, and used paper towels, and no one’s the wiser. I have no idea where those bags go and who sorts out the coffee grinds from the paper and pastic. Not my problem.

Because we have adapted to the pay-per-bag system, we probably pay $15 a year for trash bags. But if we DIDN’T use the yellow city trash bag system, the rubbish disposal services would be added onto all of our property taxes, and you can bet it would be a lot more than $15.

 

Anyway, this relates to the donation bins because the people dumping their crap outside of them are the Dodo birds of the recycling game. They haven’t learned how to adapt to the yellow trash bag system. Let’s take a look at what they could do with this stuff….

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OK, the bureau. When I see that, I immediately think “fire.” Let your kids smash that thing up by throwing it down a flight of stairs, and then go into your backyard, crack a few brewskis, and have a family camp fire. Everyone wins.

All those clothes? You can drop those all off at the Goodwill store at the corner of Grovr Street and Park Ave. They take everything.

The TV? That’s what I like to call “Leicester’s problem.” You take a quick drive into the middle of nowhere, walk 30 feet into the woods, and then nature takes care of the rest.

The bottom line is Worcester has to do one of two things. Either get rid of these things or make the Salvation Army start doing their job and pick this shit up more often. But we all know that nothing is gonna change, because at the end of the day Worcester is filled with proud dumpster divers who look at this trash and get a Worcester pants tent.

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21 Comment(s)
  • December 8, 2016 at 1:48 am

    This information is very useful. thanks for sharing it.

  • BowenHardcase
    May 9, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    Funny thing is, many of these “donation” boxes are actually run by for-profit companies so nothing put there goes to charity. They keep what they can turn into profit and simply dump the rest. It’s legal so long as they put a label on bin declaring they are not actually for charity. See for yourself if you’re ever near one…

    http://www.13newsnow.com/story/news/local/13news-now-investigates/2014/12/29/donation-bins-dont-always-collect-for-charities/20991239/

  • Erika
    May 9, 2015 at 6:11 pm

    “Because we have adapted to the pay-per-bag system, we probably pay $15 a year for trash bags.”

    One pack is like $8. You’re really hiding a LOT of trash in your recycling.

  • May 9, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    If you note, the donation boxes clearly say “Clothing and Shoes”, not furniture and all of your child’s out grown gear. We have the same issues with these boxes in Holden and Rutland, it is sadly not just a Worcester issue

  • Sam Burnside
    May 9, 2015 at 8:03 am

    A TV in the woods? Bad, bad Turtleboy!

  • COB
    May 9, 2015 at 3:57 am

    I throw all my old TVs in the lake!

    • Konstabel Els
      May 9, 2015 at 7:41 am

      That sounds good for aquatic life, just like how they used to build artificial reefs with junk cars or leftover WWII tanks.

  • Hedgehog420
    May 9, 2015 at 12:05 am

    Worcester, Kindly leave Ware and Athol out of it. We learned by watching you, alright! …We learned it by watching you.

  • Jack Mehoff
    May 8, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    You don’t seem to like it here. May I suggest again that you leave?

  • RJ
    May 8, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    Yeah, that plaza is pretty trashy. When the discount clothing store went out of business, they replaced it…with a cheaper, more off brand discount clothing store…which I’m pretty sure is now closing.

  • Lindsay
    May 8, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    Sorry turtle boy No Fires allowed in Worcester!!!!! Only BBQ’S!!! We’ve had a fire ring for 16 years and last summer the fire department came to our house and into our back yard, they told us we couldn’t have fires and they waited til we put it out!!! So no burning trash or anything else!

  • Megan
    May 8, 2015 at 6:09 pm

    I moved to Paxton recently and they have a five bag limit per week. I have seven recycling containers, two from the town and five trash containers I use for recycling. I couldn’t stand this when I lived in Worcester or the people too lazy to get up in the morning and let the raccoons rip the trash open at night. Trash all over the street because no one could wake up by 7am to put their trash to the curb. For those who will say I work before that and can’t do it in the morning, I worked in Boston and I had to put my trash out at night so I sprayed the bags with bleach and they were never touched by those pesky coons! There is always a way to keep your street clean!

  • TurtleBoySpurts
    May 8, 2015 at 6:02 pm

    Just another whiny piece of poorly written trash from the resident bully, putting down other people while proudly talking about how he cheats the system. What a putz. Hopefully the City of Worcester will get hip and send somebody to take a closer look at what Turtleboy’s putting out to the curb with his recycling. I’d love to see that headline in the T&G.

    • Finnish Goalie
      May 8, 2015 at 6:44 pm

      *Sporks, Spurts.

      You even trying?

    • Small Town Internet Lawyer
      May 8, 2015 at 7:20 pm

      you had better watch out good sirs/madam. You can and will be sued for slanderous libel if you continue you’re hate speech and cyber bullying again my client Turtleboy Sports.

      I spelled it correctly for you there at the end, because it appears that you misspelled it in your name

      • TurtleBoySpurts
        May 9, 2015 at 8:01 am

        Dear Small Time Internet Lawyer –

        You may actually want to turn your energies towards advising your client about the criminal penalties for illegal dumping. You may also want to advise your client that only a complete fucking moron publishes an admission of said illegal dumping on the pages of his blog. Then again, dumb-ass behavior by clients is your bread and butter, so I expect you’ll keep your mouth shut, or even encourage more of said dumb-ass behavior. I see a WoMag exposé in your client’s future.

        Sincerely,

        Turtleboy Spurts

        • oneopinion
          Hanginpossum
          May 9, 2015 at 4:33 pm

          You need to brush up on irony

    • TMNT DK
      May 8, 2015 at 7:21 pm

      You and every other T&G subscriber. Oh wait, it’s just you! Clive?

      FYI, he was being facetious you angry over nothing hippie.

  • Clean Hippie
    May 8, 2015 at 5:58 pm

    Honestly, yes, that furniture is still good and 100% not trash. Definitely agree about the recycling, but c’mon, did you really just admit to dumping a television in the woods? What is wrong with you? Way to further alienate your Grafton Hill audience.

    • Beetle
      May 9, 2015 at 12:34 am

      It’s a joke, not a dick… Don’t take it so hard.

  • Maggie the Cat
    May 8, 2015 at 5:49 pm

    I prefer the Market Basket paper bags, myself. I don’t trust paper bags with handles. And I put a plastic bag over the paper bag in case it rains (paper can be very heavy when it gets wet).

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