why do people litter? Are women attracted to guys who littler?
You will find that both men and women are attrected to each other for various reasons,some strange and some common.
People litter because:
1. they are too lazy to find a garbage can.
2. they don't care about the environment.
3. they think it's "no big deal"
People who do care about the environment are not attracted to people who litter.
Some will be bold enough to speak up and tell that person to stop littering, others will just pick up the litter themselves.
No not the slightest.Because littering is bad and can kill the whole world
I am not attracted to people who litter and usually they are put off by me. The reason, if they are in my company and I see them do this, either I will pick the item up myself or ask them to. I've seen people throw stuff on the ground even though there is a garbage can less than 10 feet away from them. To me, it's just another sign of disregard that so many of my fellow humans seem to have about the environment, public health, and common manners.
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