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Cannon

"Bag it & bin it... don't flush it" says the design in the middle of this bag.

Strange that the little man standing next to the loo in the design appears to be just that: a man. I wasn't aware that males had anything to do with feminine hygiene items?

Thanks to Sheila Mundy. (2006)

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Cannon Hygiene

Another exciting variant from the world of Cannon Hygiene.

The symbol at the top prohibits men from throwing this bag into the pan.

Thanks to Sheila Mundy (2007)

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Cape of Good Hope Hotel

A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma: this bag is from a hotel called the Cape of Good Hope, somewhere in China, but where?

Thanks to Bruce Kelly (2005)

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Century Riverside Hotel, Hue

Vietnamese hotels all seem to have their own-brand sanibags. They also supply guests with shampoo, shower gel, a comb, toothbrush and toothpaste.

Stole this myself (2005)

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Citin

Hardly the most inviting bag one is likely to come across in a cubicle. "Citin Chemical Products hand- en toilethygine". You'd have thought they could have come up with a zippier name for this particular item.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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CKS Airport Hotel

How thoughtful of an airport hotel to provide a sanitary bag that you can also take onto the plane for barfing purposes -- saves the airline from having to provide their own bags?

Thanks to Winny Sanjaya. (2002)

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Clean Sack

Neither the English "clean sack" and French "pour madam" are quite right. Shouldn't than be "clean bag" or perhaps "sanitary bag", and "pour madame" (with an e)?

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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