look pretty good when they are standing in a row.
lids make it difficult for gulls.
wheels make it easier for foxes to hitch one to another
fox and pull it down the road like a wagon.
nine or ten on top of one another makes for a game of giant
in a semi-circle makes a percussion band to enhance singalongs
at barbeques or other outdoor events.
down on it's front, with the lid hinge uppermost, a wheelie
bin can be rigged as a trap to catch a really big mouse
or even a cat or a dim dog.
four large springs to the base of a household tray, place
the tray (springs down) in the bottom of the wheelie bin,
climb inside, close the lid and live as a jack-in-the-box
for a day.
the lids and the base from two, stack these upright on top
of a third and play basketball. Note: a basketball-sized
hole should be cut in the face of the bottom bin for ease
of basketball retrieval and to help the general flow of
a skip. Place a dozen wheelie bins in front of it, arranged
in the shape of a mob. Pretend there's going to be a fight.
ten of them white. Paint a huge face on a wall. Place the
bins in a row, against the wall, just so. Voila. Teeth.