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Sac a vomi

From a French bagmaker that delivers two paper bags inside a third plastic ziplock bag, plus a handy sticker to indicate the bag contents. Choose between a pregnant woman, cocktail, car, file and illness. Ah the things it's possible to do with barfbags!

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Semoulin Thulin

In geval van zeeziekte deponeer dit zakje, na gebruik, in de afvalbak a.u.b. Gooi het niet overboord, noch in de toiletten. Dank.

Click on the bag to get a translation into French, English and German.

Made by Belgian bagmaker Semoulin Thulin.

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2005)

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Stenqvist

This thumbnotched bag leaves it all to your imagination. Supplied by Stenqvist in response to my request for bag samples.
Thanks to Stenqvist. (2001)

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T.O.P.

More interesting than your average generic. This bag features four languages, each one matched against a little picture. It's a "Sickness bag" if you're on a ship, a "Spuckbeutel" aboard a plane, a "Sacchetto vomito" on a bus, and a "Sac vomitoire" if you puke in a pharmacy.

Supplied by T.O.P., a hotel supplier in Germany.
Thanks to Christian Annyas. (2002)

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Winpak

Big boring bag that tells you how to fold it in English and French, but doesn't tell you whose plane you're on. Or even whether you're on a plane, ship, bus or train. How do I know it's made by Winpak? Because they sent it to me.
Supplied by Winpak. (2001) 

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