I couldn’t believe what I saw at Six Flags Great Adventure

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I can’t believe I’ve seen people do this.

I picked up my daughter and her friends at Six Flags Great Adventure. So, I’m in the parking lot, waiting for them to come out. I was there at closing around 11:45 p.m.

I was parked in the parking lot while waiting and everyone was coming out for a fun day and night at Six Flags and especially now because of Fright Fest. I saw 15 people throw. 15, I counted. And much, much more than that as I stepped out of the parking lot.

Families, couples, young and old, just throw their garbage on the ground. From paper plates after eating a funnel cake to plastic bottles and napkins. I saw a couple eat a slice of pizza and when they were done I just threw the plate on the floor. It’s not like there aren’t any garbage cans in the parking lot. They are everywhere.

Go on! I know we’re better than that. How can you walk through a parking lot and drop your trash on the ground? There are garbage cans in the parking lot. I just couldn’t believe what the parking lot looked like when I pulled out. We are so much better than that.

This is something we all learn as kids, DON’T LET IT GO. I hate it when I see people throwing trash out of their cars, let alone walking through a parking lot with trash cans right next to you. It’s just pure laziness, I repeat … “I couldn’t believe it.”

To the Six Flags employees who have to clean the parking lot, I am so sorry for all this cleaning. The parking lot, when I got out, was covered in trash. Please stop being lazy and throw out your trash. STOP PLAYING.

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