Slop Buckets

By Karen J Mossman

Originally written in 2009 from a now-defunct blog.

I read in the Daily Mail how the government will issue everyone with a slop bucket for collecting foodstuff that is normally thrown in the bin. What a load of tosh.

(Says I in 2009. Food waste buckets is something we’ve had for a long time and are used to them now.)

Does anyone really believe what the papers say? My guess is that someone overheard a personal comment made by an MP and blew it up out of all proportion.

If they were really serious about it, then buy everyone an incinerator. I like to recycle where I can and when we had a new kitchen fitted; we bought one. Perfect, now all leftovers, peelings, etc go straight in there and the waste goes out of water pipe.

(We have since moved house and I remember it well. It was good, but forever getting clogged up. I became a dab hand at dismantling the pipework and cleaning it up.)

A slop bucket is like going back to the middle ages. Follow this link to read the article. – That was the original article and I think it was the name Slop Bucket that took me back to a revolting bucket my Grandad used in his kitchen. He put everything nasty in it, including his spit!

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Published by Kazzmoss

Karen loves fiction, reading and especially writing short stories and novels. She is also an avid blogger and book reviewer. Living on the beautiful Isle Anglesey, off the North Wales coast, Karen draws inspiration from the world around her.

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