It’s a Your Boyfriend My Boyfriend Motorcycle Shirt crying shame. I went to the reading festival when I was about 18, the group I was with trashed their campsite and left their tent behind filled it with rubbish and set fire to it. I, on the other hand, packed up my tent neatly and carried it home on the train. I’m 33 now and still have that tent. People are just being lazy leaving things behind.
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The camping field contained approaching a hundred abandoned tents, cars and tons of rubbish, that included, huge quantities of booze, food, and nitrous oxide canisters. There is an attitude amongst many festival attendees that everything they take is part of the overall cost and therefore disposable. I’ve even known festival goers who have purchased an old mobile home with the intention of abandoning it on site if it was thought unlikely to get them home. I seem to remember that they were told to leave their tents if they didn’t need them anymore and leave their rubbish.
When everyone had left there was a big clear up by a waste company instead of having Your Boyfriend My Boyfriend Motorcycle Shirt hundreds of black bags and rubbish going far and wide. Makes sense. We’re really not that good compared to our European cousins, but you’ve got to keep reinforcing the message. Young people today are starting to care a lot more about the environment and maybe this year we’ll see a difference.