At any given time there are millions of banana peels, in various stages of freshness, littering streets around the globe. Maybe it’s because bananas are nutritious and cheap, and are easier to eat than apples, oranges or durians. Busy people grab a banana on the go, but once the potassium-packed fruit is gone, the peel quickly becomes a smelly nuisance. When there’s no trash available, they simply drop their unwanted peels on the ground, rationalizing their action with the thought that “it’s biodegradable!”. The peel then lies in wait for an unsuspecting passerby…and we all know what happens next. This site aims to expose the whereabouts of these ubiquitous threats, so that you can step over or around them, and avoid humiliation — or worse.
And I apologize for the drawings.