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The false claim that washing a spoon is less polluting than
manufacturing a disposable spoon then packaging it and sending
it overseas and in trains and trucks to the supermarket where it
is then bought and brought home, leans importantly on the fact
that the disposable spoon is disposed of.
The fact that water is removed from vast areas of land, then oil
is pumped to manufacture electricity to pull the water to your
city pipes which are then filled with soap suds and pills and
biohazardous meal-remains, which are all spilled back into the
sewage system and mostly wind up back in the lakes, rivers and
seas, all this is hidden from the layman spoon user, reading the
Not anymore! DDDV De Disposable Dish Vasher to de rescue!!
With the new Disposable Dish Washer, you don't waste water,
but you also don't dispose of the disposable dishes. Instead,
they are crushed into a very small "pebble" and reused once
every 20 years when the service guys come around to collect
them. They are then sent on trucks, trains, and ships, back to
the original factory in the original Chinese city where it was
originally manufactured (if the Chinese city is deserted due to
some engineering disaster, a different South-East Asian city and
factory can be chosen).
When the disposable dish-washer parts start cracking from
dryness or rust, or just get these disgusting green spots on
them, simply dispose of it. That's what it's for, no?
||Sorry - I'm not clear about which parts of this are sarcastic.
||I would of thought that pretty much everything were disposable
||Some kind of Sean Connery pronunciation pishtake?