Lots to say about this bag. There are no spaces between the Ansett and
the New or between the New and the Zealand. There's a dot after the
airline name, as well as after the words "Air Sickness".
The real treat comes when you flip the bag over. "IF YOU NEED THIS
BAG ...MAYBE YOU NEED SEA-LEGS" scream boldface capitals. Talk about
The rest is worth quoting too: "Sea-Legs - New Zealands's most
popular travel sickness remedy by far. Whether you're going by plane,
train, ship or road, take Sea-Legs before you go and you probably won't
need a bag like this. For any form of travel sickness take effective, long
acting Sea-Legs tablets - safe for adults and children."
No instant gratification, though. You can't get any on the plane: Sea-Legs is "pharmacy-only medicine".
Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2001)