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Do you put the rubbish bin outside every week, or does someone else do this?

It used to be the "man's" job to do this many years ago, but things have changed dramatically since those days.

Do you take the bin outside for collection, or does someone else do this?

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If it is my dad's work day, then he'll put the rubbish out because he is up first, but if it is his day off, then my mum puts then rubbish out.
Hi Bryony, Have you considered giving Mum and Dad a hand and taking the bin out? Some of the rubbish has to be yours.
I'm sure they'd appreciate it. Cheers,Jimbo
by jimsw
I live in an apartment with a rubbish chute. So someone else does it for me.
I haven't seen one of these3 for many years! good idea but don't they get smelly or does everyone make sure all is tightly wrapped?
by Finy
My husband does this. I have enough to do so refuse to take on this task!
My husband does that.
Funny you should ask!

I take them out

I bring them in

He who is built like a truck!! Literally....sits at his
computer saying........... ''I will soon''-don't worry''.

Missing the rubbish man once....is once too many.


So as they say 'A Woman's Work is Never Done''!*#!?*!

LOL
by Finy
At the moment it's my husband because the driveway is a ramp with a pretty narrow space beside the car to bring the bin down. There isn't room to wheel it so you have to actually carry the bin and I'm big/strong enough to do that when it's full. When we can put the car back in the carport that might change.
That was supposed to say "I'm NOT big enough/strong enough to do that..." And I didn't mean to post it twice.
At the moment it's my husband because the driveway is a ramp with a pretty narrow space beside the car to bring the bin down. There isn't room to wheel it so you have to actually carry the bin and I'm big/strong enough to do that when it's full. When we can put the car back in the carport that might change.
My husband .
ME!
by Lucy
It is a task which is shared in our household. It depends who gets home first who takes the garbage out or bring the empty bins in. Gender doesn't determine who get the responsibility it is our schedules on bin day so it is bit of a lottery. Which makes it rather nice as it isn't a burden borne just by one person.
That'd be hubby
I put the bin out and usually bring it in. A few times the neighbour's friend has brought it in as far as the locked roller door. I have really appreciated this, especially on wet days when the lid was open after the rubbish was collected. If he hadn't closed the lid the bin would have got water in it before I got home.
I live alone so it's me, but sometimes a neighbour in my block of units will put it out, as he often puts out his own plus one-two other neighbours' bins as well. Same goes with bringing it in, the same neighbour will just bring them in off the street by the letterboxes. I'm at the end of the driveway so have the furthest to take the bin.
I do.
As I am the only one in the house, it is ME
by Finy
Share doing this, whoever is up does the task.
It really isn't a big deal on who does it.
Farley
Whoever remembers first. Generally my partner and I are pretty slack with taking the bins out because we are rarely home so there is very little rubbish (with just the two of us),
My lovely husband puts out the bins every Monday night, after Iím long asleep. Iím always up 1st, so bring the bins in before I leave for my 8am morning walk.
Whoever gets to it first. It's not a big deal, we have a small amount of rubbish and the bin is never very heavy. However, himself does prefer to do it as the driveway is very steep and he worries I will fall. 2nd however . . . I am obstinate.
by Rice
Whoever thinks of it first. Could be me, my husband or the kids. It is no ones ' job' in particular. Anyone can do it, and it always get done.
Husband puts them out when home. I do them when he's away. I have lovely neighbours who sometimes bring them in for me so if their bins are left out for a while, I wheel them in for them (both neighbours on either side). So nice to have lovely neighbours (Indian on one side, Asian the other side).
My Hubby has and will still do it and then take the neighbours bins in when the garbo has been
I put the wheelie out myself when I remember
hint ... i'm living on my own
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