This is the sort of bag to bring joy to a baggist's
heart. There's the colourful Pharaoh logo -- a bundle of papyrus rushes
bent to form the letter P. And then there's the English text: "Close
by folding clamps. Shut with tab. Through it waist basket in
Ah, but what clamps? you ask. There aren't any -- you'll
have to make do with the tab. Then there are the two delightful spelling
errors in the last instruction. And have you ever seen a waste basket
in an aeroplane loo? A bin, perhaps, but a basket?
My Arabic isn't good enough to tell whether there are
any errors in the Arabic on the reverse. And sadly, the reverse is
slightly damaged -- I suspect that perennial enemy, chewing gum.
Thanks to Roger Macrae for
this gem. (2003)