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IGP Warenverkauf

Features psychedelic cornflakes falling into a landfill. "Fr alle Flle" it says in big bold type at the top, followed by "for all emergency" in English, French and Italian. 

All emergency? Not sure how useful it would be in case of a bus crash, aborted pregnancy, hurricane, asteroid impact, or nuclear war. 

Supplied by IGP Warenverkauf, a bus-operators' association in southern Germany.

Thanks to Christian Annyas. (2002)

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Itamarati

A Brazilian busbag that features not one but two wastebins. "Preservando o meio ambiente com voc", whatever that means.

Thanks to Fernando Canteras de Assis. (2003)

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Itapemirim

Lots of instructions on this large plastic bag, none of which seem to have anything to do with coach sickness. Or maybe it's just that I don't understand Portuguese. Perhaps the bag doubles as a shopping bag while you're at the bus station?

Thanks to Fernando Canteras de Assis. (2001)

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Leger Holidays

A massive bag from the company "voted 'best coach operator' 1999 by U.K. travel agents". 

"Safety First", it says at the bottom: "To avoid danger of suffocation, keep this bag away from babies and children." Unless they are about to regurgitate the contents of their sweet little bellies.

This bag doubles as a shopping bag. Just make sure you decide how to use it beforehand: souvenirs and vomit don't  mix.

Thanks to Sheila and Geoffrey Mundy. (2001)

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Liaoning Huyue Express Bus Service Incorporated Corporation

Features the aptly named "Huyue", a bright orange cartoon tiger. "For vomiting and discarding."

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1001

That's "one thousand and one" spelled out, if you're wondering why it's listed on this page.

Want to advertise your wares to Brazilian bus passengers? Then rent the space on this bag:: "Espao destinado a publicidade anuncie aqui o seu produto ou servio."

Thanks to Fernando Canteras de Assis (2004)

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