Whiskey Bottles

In case you see pictures or hear about all these missionaries with whiskey bottles in their homes, I thought I would share about them. On any given day, you could find a whiskey bottle in our home. Why? Because NOTHING is wasted! Empty whiskey and other liquor bottles with a screw on/off cap, are reused for packing and selling peanuts, toasted coconut, a snack called chin chin and anything that can fit through the opening and pour out for use. The packaging makes it easy to see the contents and the bottle protects the product from insects. While we are on the subject, water bottles are reused for kerosene and oil distribution. You can walk into any small boutique and purchase a water bottle’s worth of kerosene or oil.

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1 Response to Whiskey Bottles

  1. Pop-Pop says:

    It’s always something.

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