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Smooth As Fuck: Do you ever wonder what your future wife is doing What are you doing belllaavitaaa: jadoremeliss: I couldn't stop smiling. oh fuck das smooth as fuck Did you know that of the 30 million tons of plastic waste generated in the US in 2009, only 7 percent was recovered for recycling? Here are 17 ways to reduce your plastic waste: Stop using plastic straws, even in restaurants. If a straw is a must, purchase a reusable stainless steel or glass straw Use a reusable shopping bag. A single plastic bag can take 1,000 years to degrade. Purchase or make your own reusable produce bag and be sure to wash them often! Give up gum. Gum is made of a synthetic rubber, aka plastic. or if you don't want to give up gum find gum that comes is recyclable containers or buy these chemical free gum -Train gum -Chicza Organic Rainforest Gum -simplify gum - glee gum - spry -peelu- pür gum - Buy boxed goods instead of plastic packaged goods. Often, products like laundry detergent come in cardboard which is more easily recycled than plastic. Purchase food, like cereal, pasta, and rice from bulk bins and fill a reusable bag or container. You save money and unnecessary packaging. Reuse containers for storing leftovers or shopping in bulk. Use a reusable bottle or mug for your beverages, even when ordering from a to-go shop Bring your own container for take-out or your restaurant doggy-bag since many restaurants use styrofoam. Use matches instead of disposable plastic lighters or invest in a refillable metal lighter. Avoid buying frozen foods because their packaging is mostly plastic. Even those that appear to be cardboard are coated in a thin layer of plastic. Plus you'll be eating fewer processed foods! Don't use plasticware at home and be sure to request restaurants do not pack them in your take-out box. Ask your local grocer to take your plastic containers (for berries, tomatoes, etc.) back. If you shop at a farmers market they can refill it for you. ( continued in comments ) billsselfhelp billssecotips
Smooth As Fuck: Do you ever wonder what your
 future wife is doing
 What are you doing
 belllaavitaaa:
 jadoremeliss:
 I couldn't stop smiling.
 oh fuck das smooth as fuck
Did you know that of the 30 million tons of plastic waste generated in the US in 2009, only 7 percent was recovered for recycling? Here are 17 ways to reduce your plastic waste: Stop using plastic straws, even in restaurants. If a straw is a must, purchase a reusable stainless steel or glass straw Use a reusable shopping bag. A single plastic bag can take 1,000 years to degrade. Purchase or make your own reusable produce bag and be sure to wash them often! Give up gum. Gum is made of a synthetic rubber, aka plastic. or if you don't want to give up gum find gum that comes is recyclable containers or buy these chemical free gum -Train gum -Chicza Organic Rainforest Gum -simplify gum - glee gum - spry -peelu- pür gum - Buy boxed goods instead of plastic packaged goods. Often, products like laundry detergent come in cardboard which is more easily recycled than plastic. Purchase food, like cereal, pasta, and rice from bulk bins and fill a reusable bag or container. You save money and unnecessary packaging. Reuse containers for storing leftovers or shopping in bulk. Use a reusable bottle or mug for your beverages, even when ordering from a to-go shop Bring your own container for take-out or your restaurant doggy-bag since many restaurants use styrofoam. Use matches instead of disposable plastic lighters or invest in a refillable metal lighter. Avoid buying frozen foods because their packaging is mostly plastic. Even those that appear to be cardboard are coated in a thin layer of plastic. Plus you'll be eating fewer processed foods! Don't use plasticware at home and be sure to request restaurants do not pack them in your take-out box. Ask your local grocer to take your plastic containers (for berries, tomatoes, etc.) back. If you shop at a farmers market they can refill it for you. ( continued in comments ) billsselfhelp billssecotips

Did you know that of the 30 million tons of plastic waste generated in the US in 2009, only 7 percent was recovered for recycling? Here a...