Recycling your failed prints can be a lot of fun, but I needed a place to hold all of my failed prints, rafts, etc. Enter "The Bin of Broken Hopes and Dreams." It's a place to store all of your failed prints, but it's so much more. it's also a message of hope, a reminder that even if your 30-hour print blew up on you at hour 21, you're still a good person. The lid also contains Douglas Adams' eternal message of hope, reminding you that there is no need to panic, even if your hot end is so buried in deformed plastic that you can't see the nozzle. So print it out, and take solace in knowing that you're not the only one who needs a place to lay your broken hopes and dreams to rest.
Edit - A second bin with thicker walls has been added for those who make fewer mistakes and want to scale this down. I will do my best not to envy those people as I consider printing a 400% version...
Infill doesn't make much of a difference, as the walls are so thin that on a 0.4mm nozzle printing 2 layers, it's going to be solid anyway. Technically, there was one layer on the base that would have had an infill lattice, but I printed it at 0% infill and it worked fine. Your mileage may vary.
This is a one-color print. I printed it all in black PLA on my container and used a silver sharpie pen to color the tops of the letters.