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Top Ten Things Your Grandmother Does Because She Thinks She is Going Green
(submitted by RAM)
Prints her emails in green ink instead of black.
Well, there's the obvious one: Dyes her hair green.
(Micklin T. Rahe, Who Had To Say It)
Takes her used tissues to the dry cleaner so she can reuse them.
Knits green quilts out of old asbestos from the attic.
Never cleans out her fridge. Calls it 'composting'
Her snickerdoodles now contain re-puroposed bacon fat instead of butter.
She announces the plactic identification code number to anyone within eashot, then throws the item in the trash.
Uses paper plates and plastic silverware to help conserve water.
Empties her aerosol cans outside, all 600 of them. "Don't want 'em anymore. They're bad for the ozone layer."
(Good Ol' Horseface)
Every week she drives her 1982 Grand Prix 15 miles and back to the recycling center with 6 bottles and a sack of junk mail.
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