This is SE Asia all over. I get the oddest looks when I’d say that I could just put that chocolate bar in my bag. Or groceries in a back pack.
If China can ban plastic…can’t the rest of us?
- biffys answered: In the Philippines, the movement against plastic bag is slowly moving forward with the initiative of environmental organizations.
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- mechagai answered: This is why I love my backpack.
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- pseudorca answered: fortunately in Indonesia (well, at least in Jakarta and Bandung), the cashiers are starting to get used to ppl not wanting grocery bags :)
- osso answered: China banned plastic? Yes, as someone that lives in Sing, I feel the same everyday. It’s like a platic fever here!
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- thesmileoctopus answered: The city of Long Beach, CA just banned plastic bags :) (Things you learn attending CSU Long Beach!)
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- lifethroughgeologictime answered: Ban plastic? Feelsgoodman.
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- underthesunandthensome said: One time, the guy at the counter grouped my groceries in plastic bags before putting them in my reusable bags. So my groceries were in plastic bags inside a reusable bag. I had to TELL him what the reusable bag was for. Unbelievable :\
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- lesbianslovefish answered: Only in a perfect world.
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