Allee Willis’ Kitsch O’ The Day – Japanese Etiquette “A Sick Bag”
If you weren’t nauseous before you grabbed for this “A sick bag” or “Sac a vomis” you would be after taking a look at everything going on on the packaging.
I always like when a creative slogan like “help when you’re feeling sick and want to throw up” is employed:
That sudden feeling of wanting to share your contents with the sidewalk can happen anywhere, on all kinds of transport:
I can’t imagine many people would need instructions about how to use the “A sick bag” but easily understandable ones are included nonetheless:
In case you don’t read Japanese, helpful illustrations for how to open your A sick bag, heave into it and seal it up are also included:
I don’t know about you, but if I had an unexpected, unsightly regurgitation the last thing I’d want to do is carry it around all day until I got home. And what’s up with the “non-burnable trash”? Are we saving it for something?
The conflict of “1″ and “batches” is making me slightly nauseous:
I guess Arabic speaking peoples also have a propensity for “vomis”:
Ahh, I think I will save my coin and just use a plastic bag should the occasion “arise”.
Categories: Accessories, Bad translations, Bathroom, Kitsch, Kitsch O' The Day, Medical
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