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So I was downtown today to pick up a couple things, and with all the talk about being green these days, I wouldn’t have been surprised if I was handed paper bags in one of the many stores, instead of plastic. But I was not prepared for what I got. TINY paper bags. In fact, I wouldn’t even call them bags.

Now don’t get me wrong, the material is not the problem here, the problem is the lack of handles. Carrying these bags around town, people were looking at me, like I was some kind of bum, desperately trying to hide my bottle of booze.

I guess the picture also doesn’t make much sense unless I tell you that one of the bags has coffee in it.

 

2 Responses to “On Packaging – Part 1”  

  1. 1 Eivind

    They look nice, I think. Sort of makes me hungry.

  2. 2 Andreas

    Hehe, I know. I guess it might be because it’s the kind of bags you usually get at the bakery?


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Name: Andreas Tellefsen
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