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Glitter banned by children's nursery

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3 hours ago, The Masked Tulip said:

It is a good point from an environmental point of view. But glitter is used by a great many people in all sorts of religious festivals so let's see whether this is a call to ban it generally or just to ban it at Christmas.

Its pointless banning glitter in a nursery when a single factory in China probably pumps as much in to the environment in a week as all the nursery's in the UK do in a year. Its SEA that we need to be concentrating our efforts on globally, once the region is at a level we are at now, then we can start with petty shit like glitter. 

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So far as the nursery is concerned they're probably fed up with having to clean up afterwards with it getting into everywhere and every nook and cranny etc.  Cost of cleaners as well. 

They can't really say that because of SJWs and think of the children - so environment.

Maybe they should use the same argument for all the other unnecessary tat that's part of modern consumerism.  Why just glitter.

Edited by twocents

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glitter

Glitter is used in cosmetics to make the face and nails appear more shiny or sparkly. Additionally, it is used in children's arts and crafts to color and texture items. The small, brightly colored particles often stick to clothing, skin, and furniture, and can be a hassle to remove.

These sort of issues are going to be raised more often as the British population increases and the country becomes ever more congested.

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Just another well-worn phrase from the business dictionary, along the lines of:

"For your safety" meaning "for our convenience",

"For your convenience" meaning "to reduce our overheads".

... etc.

Hotels have been doing it for ages.

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