Yesterday, at the Lifeboat Café, in Cromer, me and Crox Major were enjoying our sausages, egg and chips
“ You know it says ,“Grown, Not Made” on this Heinz tomato ketchup bottle?”
“Well, wouldn’t it be amazing if bottles of tomato ketchup grew on trees? We could send them to developing countries so people would never grow hungry again!”
This had me thinking, that, so many of the world’s problems could be solved by everyday objects that we overlook or take for granted.
– Metal and plastic from food packaging could be cleaned and made into something useful, like hospital equipment, or it could be recycled and made into spare parts for vehicles. This would save a lot of money, and lives.
– Old bits of wood and metal tins could be made into musical instruments.
– Worn out old shoes could be made into nest boxes for passing birds.
– Old postcards could be used as coasters for cups of tea, in case of a spillage.
– Dog crap could be used as ammunition in war instead of bullets!
On second thoughts, maybe that isn’t such a good idea…