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Bag of fake dog mess

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It is beholden to responsible dog owners who walk their dogs in public to clean up the mess that said dogs sometimes leave.

But what if you’re lazy, antisocial, and just an all-round bad citizen ?

Then the BorgCo “Bag of fake dog mess” is the product you’re looking for.

The “bag” is actually some ovoid lumps of silicone in a thin, flexible yet tough membrane; within the membrane is also some inert oil.

To use, place the device in a conventional opaque (usually back) plastic dog mess bag and conceal it in a pocket. When your pooch does his or her business, reach into the pocket and extract the “bag” which can be concealed in the palm of the hand, along with an unused bag which you pretend to open.

Then, bend down, make appropriate arm movements suggesting that you are cleaning up the steaming heap, and walk away, ostentatiously dangling the “bag” from your fingertips. The unused empty bag is returned to the pocket.

It will appear to onlookers that you have in fact cleaned up the mess. If challenged, hold up the “bag” as evidence. If palpated, it will have a moist, squidgy feel, enough to deter further investigation, and as it's been in your pocket it should be slightly warm. If the challenger points at the offending residue, explain that your dog likes to do his or her business next to other dog’s business, and you have cleared up after your own dog; it is not your responsibility to clear up after others, as you have a limited supply of bags and may need another in the near future.

8th of 7, Jul 06 2019

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       The perfect Christmas gift.
pocmloc, Jul 06 2019
  

       Guaranteed to break the ice at parties ...
8th of 7, Jul 06 2019
  

       Why do you have ice at your parties?
pocmloc, Jul 06 2019
  

       For the drinks, presumably. Incidentally, the Intercalary is allergic to ice, and is the only example of this allergy known to medical science. He's fine with water, and he has no other allergies except to Ryvita, which sends him into anaphylaxis.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 06 2019
  

       Very Gru
pertinax, Jul 07 2019
  

       Ice on Ryvita sounds very scandinavian
pocmloc, Jul 07 2019
  

       Delightful. The ideal snack to consume in an Ice Hotel; elsewhere, you'd just end up munching soggy cardboard.
8th of 7, Jul 07 2019
  

       Beware counterfeits of this product. The online marketplaces will be flooded with slightly cheaper "bag of fake dog mess" products. In many cases, the unscrupulous vendors will sell you, instead of a bag containing //some ovoid lumps of silicone in a thin, flexible yet tough membrane//, a bag containing some dog mess.
pocmloc, Jul 07 2019
  

       // unscrupulous vendors //   

       Yes, that's why the entire Buchanan clan is permanently banned from eBay, Amazon, Gumtree and Craigslist ..
8th of 7, Jul 07 2019
  

       Flavored snow cone filling could be an interesting Ryvita (or Doctor Kracker) topping…   

       (Disclaimer: I didn't claim it would be good.)
notexactly, Jul 21 2019
  
      
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