Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Noted



Derek Berg shares this Urban Dog Etiquette Sign from Seventh Street: "Stop putting your dog shit on our garbage cans!!!!!"

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

The young people coming here seem to think that anything goes, there are no rules nor any reason to have any civil decency towards anyone. The most selfish entitled generation of useless eaters ever. Oh, they have an app for that.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, just leave it on the sidewalk. Much better.

Anonymous said...

don't get me started on these new jack idiots who are bringing their big dogs on the subway at rush hour

Anonymous said...

plus - learn what the term "Curb Your Dog" means - it seems to me nobody knows what the curb is - maybe it should be changed to "Don't let your dog piss and shit in the entryway or steps of my business or home" Ah well - I guess they would have to take a second of attention away from their stupid phones...

prx said...

Are you blaming the young people for the crap or the sign?

Anonymous said...

I so love being a cat dad. I don't have to deal with any this shit (no pun intended). I simply change the litter box four times a week. And, I don't bother a soul.

noble neolani said...

I thought one of ideas for walking Fido was to give yourself and Fido a little exercise so if Fido shits mid block you get to carry Fido's shit to the next corner which is certain to have an open NYC trash receptacle. I guess the last part is too complicated.

Anonymous said...

Ok, but can you trash anything else? is this trash discrimination?

Anonymous said...

lol at blaming young people. Everybody sucks, my dude.

Also, if it was just the young generation -- then a lot of blame would also need to go to the generation above them for raising nothing but "selfish, useless eaters"

Anonymous said...

The human snotting and phelgming is no less repulsive and disease ridden. All those electric propaganda pods up and down the avenues could be put to use - instead of useless historical trivia drivel and cartoons flashing at us as we walk down the street, they should call out in bold font NO SPITTING! CURB YOUR DOG! and use the built in surveillance capabilities to our benefit.

MrNiceGuy said...

there's a reason why people aren't paying attention to those "curb your dog" signs.... it's because that's not a phrase heard anywhere outside of New York City. it's non-sensical, what does that even mean? "Pick up your dog's feces and please have your dog defecate near the curb" -- that's a clear message

Billsville said...

This isnt about Millennials, it’s about a rapist increase in people’s sense of privilege and of mental illness. Too many dog owners don’t seem to know how to care for an animal and just have them as comfort pets. Many of these people are first time owners without a clue about taking care of an animal.

There are many New York apartment buildings that do not allow tenants to have dogs unless they have a note from their doctor saying they need to have an Emotional Support Animal. Now there are agencies advetising they can get you a certified ESA travel or housing letter within 24 hours.

It’s all a scam so that people can have their pets on airplanes and other places they are not allowed. Obviously the emotional support component isn’t working since these dog owners are too distraught to pick up their own dog poop. So you better get used to it because as more and more people find out they can get a dog now it’s only going to get worse.

Anonymous said...

On or In the can? If it's on the can, I get that but what's so wrong about in the can? Better than the sidewalk. Though I do agree with Noble (God help me), it's just as easy to use a city trash can at the end of the block.

Alex said...

Same thought. I have a pup and plenty of larger buildings on my street who keep their communal trash cans out front - I usually toss her poop’s into said trash cans, better than the lady I see letting her dog defecate on our dirt patches and NOT picking it up. Yeah I’m talking to you, 307 e 12th street!