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Why to people keep garbage?



  • durarararara
    2855 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    I keep them because I'm a hoarder. :lol:
  • tralfabits
    345 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Those little white tanks (at least that's what I think they are) make great decorations if you line them all up. And the broken window frames are good decorations for the Cletus and Muntz homes.

    I'm less crazy about the neon green puddles, but I haven't picked them all up yet because I'm afraid if I task Homer or Lisa that they will ignore the nearby garbage and remove one of my precious, precious tanks!
  • Excruciator69
    697 posts
    edited September 2014
    Igcognita wrote:
    Ningyo42 wrote:
    I spent a while cleaning it up in my town, but I stopped once I got to a point that it'll fill up Cletus' area a bit, and Nelson's. It'll make theirs look more appropriate. :) I have some extra, so I can put toxic waste by the power plant.

    My only thing is that once I've decorated what I want with all this garbage, getting Homer and Lisa to leave what I want and clear the extra seems like it'll be close to impossible.

    I usually put the trash I don't' want in an area by itself and then put Lisa's balance beam right buy the trash and use her to clean it.

    Neat idea!

    And when I wanted both Homer and Lisa to clean up (when I had a lot), I'd gather my unwanted trash in one spot, send both Lisa and Homer to church, and move the church next to the garbage. Store the church and both end up wandering at that spot. Send them to cleanup and move my church back. Also works with the Kwik-E-Mart btw.

    Just make Lisa read a book then move that tree to the debris pile.
  • Fettster777
    510 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    I get rid of it because you might get a donut.
  • OrdinarilyBob
    305 posts Member
    edited September 2014
    Just make Lisa read a book then move that tree to the debris pile.

    OOOoooOOOOooo... Didn't realize I could DO that. Will try. Thanks!

    (Moving the church seems like too much work, compared to a tree.)
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