Cee’s Black and White Challenge:
Things made of plastic.
A random selection this week…
In my youth I remember Dad paying just over $20 for a metal bumper bar.
A few years ago, in a lapse of concentration I reversed our car
into a garden bed which has concrete edging around it.
That little lapse cost me over $700…for a plastic bumper.
In those days the plastic was inclined to break.
When I began working, nearly half a century ago,
the term used for currency notes was ‘paper money‘.
A few years back, our paper money was converted to plastic.
Finally, these signs which remind us ‘touch on’ and ‘touch off’
our plastic credit card style, pre-loaded, tickets
plastic card reader in front left corner.