Is just one of those things Eileen believes confirms the existence of hell (another is the queue at the supermarket till). Eileen has never used public transport nor has any intention of doing so. She really does think it is for the peasants. Jenny does use a bus to get to her mother's place. Eileen "overlooks" this. Jenny is not at all impressed with her mother's attitude. Mind Jenny is not the first to take that line. Nor will she be the last. (From the bus company's viewpoint, they probably are better off without Eileen given she's never been backward about coming forward with any complaints and loudmouths are best kept off the bus.
Eileen does recycle hers - those issuing the junk mail should be grateful. She'd happily recycle them for daring to send rubbish to her directly. Certainly nothing like this would happen back in the Fairy Kingdom. Nobody would dare risk upsetting Eileen, well not if they're sane anyway. Eileen's only dilemma is she'd like to send to the charity shops those paperbacks she thinks should never have the act of day. She would happily be everyone's critic and can't understand why there isn't a rush to take her up on that offer!