Bagart

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Bags are an ideal subject for cartoons: they indicate an unpleasant bodily function (vomiting), without having to show it explicitly. They can also reflect disgust with everyday issues such as news or politics.

Check the Humour section for cartoons printed on bags themselves.

Bagart | Cartoons | Remi/Rough

Source: www.mnispi.org/cartoon/2001/

In 1496, Leonardo da Vinci invented the barfbag.

"Now for the rest."

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen.

 

"A barf bag please!"

Part of what appears to be a website to teach English to Koreans. Includes an audio version of this conversation:

A: Sir, are you all right? You look pale.
B: I feel sick. Can I have a barf bag, please?
A: Okay sir. I'll get you one right away.

Source: blog.daum.net/dvdmega

"Can I have your bag afterwards?" 

From an article about baggist Niek Vermeulen in Disney's Micky Maus magazine, Germany. 

One of four MAD magazine covers to feature bags. Click here for them all.

In an emergency: sometimes there is no barfbag handy when you need urgently need one.

Source: Was tun mit nutzlosen Männer by Scott Wilson and Jasmin Waltz (Lappan, 2002)

Thanks to Rune Tapper

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