What Type of Trash Are You?

Ever wondered what kind of garbage your personality reflects?

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Created By cricket
On Mar 29, 2017

What do people think when they first meet you?

How do you contribute to your community?

How would you describe your love life?

What's your most noticeable physical feature?

Describe yourself in one word.

What were you like as a child?

What wouldn't you be caught dead doing?

What music do you listen to on the radio?

What is your major flaw?

Do you belong in a dump?

Paper

Paper

As the cleanest of all trash, you're recyclable paper! That doesn't mean you're easily replaced – you're a proven asset to society. As a helpful and selfless person, you always strive to make life easier for everyone. You know your efforts will be rewarded and that not only you, but those around you, will benefit from them.

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic doesn't mean fake. You're a determined person who always overcomes problems, no matter what. People can't get rid of you, no matter how hard they try! Like how it takes a plastic bottle over 450 years to degrade, your strong-willed nature will always stay with you for your entire life. As you are transparent, people are easily able to read your emotions – not that it's a bad thing!

Food waste

Food waste

So you're the leftovers. You're an extrovert who likes to make new friends everyday, but you fail to see that friendships take time and dedication. You like having fun, without thinking of the consequences. It's best to take care of your health before considering going out partying. Food tends to go rotten fast, so it's important you maintain balanced relationships and a healthy lifestyle.

Electronic waste

Electronic waste

You'll agree that you're a bit old-fashioned. You're the discarded technology that people throw away once they find something newer and shinier. But your traditional values are admired by some, and others think your retro look is totally rad. You may be slower than others, but that doesn't mean you're not smart or reliable. Remember how unbreakable those old Nokia phones were?