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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

EUROPEAN PLASTIC BAGS! THEY HAVE A MUCH BETTER SENSE OF HUMOR THAN WE DO!







17 comments:

Team G Square said...

Pretty interesting .

Arija said...

They are a delight and you have to have character to carry them off.

Paula Scott said...

FUN!!!! I don't know which one I like the best. I do love the European humor-they don't take themselves so seriously.

TexWisGirl said...

hilarious and very clever!

Merisi said...

*giggles*
Thank you, Sylvia, for the giggles. I really needed them today! Big hug,
Merisi

Andrea said...

Aren't these wonderful. I have seen them before, not these exact ones, but some like them. I wonder why they haven't caught on in the states? I would go shopping just to get the bag ... wouldn't you? All except the one with the Ladies panties ... I wouldn't be fooling anyone with that bag :) Very cool and a good morning pick me up ... Thanks again Sylvia,for getting me started on the right foot.

Andrea @ From The Sol

Linda Reeder said...

Those were FUN!

Melanie Sherman said...

Made me smile, and I didn't think that was possible today.

cieldequimper said...

Lol, I've never seen any of them!

gigihawaii said...

So cute! What will they think of next? Lol.

Dianne said...

Now this takes bags to a new style level Sylvia ... I love the pink Ann Summers whip bag.... I want one for Christmas xx

magiceye said...

Very creative!

Ed said...

Very clever bags. I think someone has a little too much time on their hands designing these! ;)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Is it weird that my favourite is the Anne Summers bag..and I haven't even read Fifty Shades of Grey haha!! These are so much fun Sylvia.

Lowell said...

Terrific. I agree. Everyone seems so serious and uptight and easily offended these days. These are great!

George said...

I love these!

NixBlog said...

LOL, very clever!

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