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2022-07-04 7:03:10 PM  
You don't compost meat. You turn it into soylent green.
 
2022-07-04 7:27:24 PM  
NO, SMITTY!

Meat does NOT go into compost! Never! It attracts pests and can contaminate your crop. NEVER put body parts in the compost. Burn it. Feed it to the pigs. Sheesh. Even bones take too long to break down in a compost pile.

As for bones like a skull, you pulverize that if it's bare. I mean, put it in a couple of garbage bags, work it over with a meat mallet, and then you can scatter them into several bags that you can drop off at random trash cans around a city. It's like these people WANT to get caught. I mean, if you're smart about it, you can use a pizza oven over a few nights, and do the whole thing, down to breakable bits that won't be recognizable. Just vacuum out the oven, and no one will question to vacuum bags full of dust. Just be sure to NOT use a commercial oven that is under your place of residence. Get some friends who live across town. Double bag the dismembered parts. A little prep work will save you a lot of eff...

Oops. Maybe I've said too much.
 
2022-07-05 12:25:11 AM  
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2022-07-05 12:27:56 AM  
That happened a lot when I was a kid. I'd accidentally take my brother's skull and our mom would be like "You put that skull back in his face right now before he bumps his brain into the corner of the counter you know we can't afford to go to the ER right now!"
 
2022-07-05 12:32:48 AM  
Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio: a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy: he hath borne me on his back a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! my gorge rims at it. Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know not how oft. Where be your gibes now? your gambols? your songs? your flashes of merriment, that were wont to set the table on a roar? Not one now, to mock your own grinning?
 
2022-07-05 12:36:41 AM  
Counterpoint: dental fillings.
 
2022-07-05 12:52:35 AM  
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2022-07-05 2:13:30 AM  

hubiestubert: NO, SMITTY!

Meat does NOT go into compost! Never! It attracts pests and can contaminate your crop. NEVER put body parts in the compost. Burn it. Feed it to the pigs. Sheesh. Even bones take too long to break down in a compost pile.

As for bones like a skull, you pulverize that if it's bare. I mean, put it in a couple of garbage bags, work it over with a meat mallet, and then you can scatter them into several bags that you can drop off at random trash cans around a city. It's like these people WANT to get caught. I mean, if you're smart about it, you can use a pizza oven over a few nights, and do the whole thing, down to breakable bits that won't be recognizable. Just vacuum out the oven, and no one will question to vacuum bags full of dust. Just be sure to NOT use a commercial oven that is under your place of residence. Get some friends who live across town. Double bag the dismembered parts. A little prep work will save you a lot of eff...

Oops. Maybe I've said too much.


In Portland food waste and yard waste go into the green bin. The city composts it all. It's cut the household waste stream by more than half
 
2022-07-05 2:29:40 AM  

anuran: hubiestubert: NO, SMITTY!

Meat does NOT go into compost! Never! It attracts pests and can contaminate your crop. NEVER put body parts in the compost. Burn it. Feed it to the pigs. Sheesh. Even bones take too long to break down in a compost pile.

As for bones like a skull, you pulverize that if it's bare. I mean, put it in a couple of garbage bags, work it over with a meat mallet, and then you can scatter them into several bags that you can drop off at random trash cans around a city. It's like these people WANT to get caught. I mean, if you're smart about it, you can use a pizza oven over a few nights, and do the whole thing, down to breakable bits that won't be recognizable. Just vacuum out the oven, and no one will question to vacuum bags full of dust. Just be sure to NOT use a commercial oven that is under your place of residence. Get some friends who live across town. Double bag the dismembered parts. A little prep work will save you a lot of eff...

Oops. Maybe I've said too much.

In Portland food waste and yard waste go into the green bin. The city composts it all. It's cut the household waste stream by more than half


I will vote for any Portland mayoral candidate who promises to reinstate weekly pickup and put back all the garbage cans they took off the streets.

Refuse didn't go down, dumping went up.
 
2022-07-05 3:17:39 AM  

the_peddler: anuran: hubiestubert: NO, SMITTY!

Meat does NOT go into compost! Never! It attracts pests and can contaminate your crop. NEVER put body parts in the compost. Burn it. Feed it to the pigs. Sheesh. Even bones take too long to break down in a compost pile.

As for bones like a skull, you pulverize that if it's bare. I mean, put it in a couple of garbage bags, work it over with a meat mallet, and then you can scatter them into several bags that you can drop off at random trash cans around a city. It's like these people WANT to get caught. I mean, if you're smart about it, you can use a pizza oven over a few nights, and do the whole thing, down to breakable bits that won't be recognizable. Just vacuum out the oven, and no one will question to vacuum bags full of dust. Just be sure to NOT use a commercial oven that is under your place of residence. Get some friends who live across town. Double bag the dismembered parts. A little prep work will save you a lot of eff...

Oops. Maybe I've said too much.

In Portland food waste and yard waste go into the green bin. The city composts it all. It's cut the household waste stream by more than half

I will vote for any Portland mayoral candidate who promises to reinstate weekly pickup and put back all the garbage cans they took off the streets.

Refuse didn't go down, dumping went up.


Horses hit. The drop came BEFORE the every two week pickup.
 
2022-07-05 8:49:01 AM  
The voices in my head had this argument recently.  Now, they've formed two tight cliques that refuse to talk to each other.  "Harry, tell those losers..."   "Harry, we can hear them.  We just choo, choo, choose not to listen."
 
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