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Satino

This bag came from the posh Anglo-German Club in Hamburg, which does not normally allow women through its doors. The only women normally to be seen inside is Her Majesty The Queen, smiling benignly down from her portrait on the wall.

So why do they provide sanitary bags -- or a women's loo, for that matter?

Thanks to Evelyn Mathias. (2002)

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Satino (spiral)

Satino have replaced the cross (too religious, perhaps) with a spiral reminiscent of a sanitary bag being flushed down the loo.

Thanks to Petr Manda (2005)

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Satino (cross, white paper)

The cross is mightier than the spiral?

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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Satino (cross, grey paper)

The trimming machine must have slipped as this bag went through: the mouth of the bag is crinkle-cut at an angle.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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Satino (Greek changed)

Satino must spend a fortune on translating and typesetting for every batch of bags they produce. The Greek has been revised on this bag, but it looks as if they've run out of capital sigmas (Σ) and have substituted Ms on their side instead.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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Satino (bright blue)

Retypeset - compare the logotype and cross on this bag with the one above.

Forgotten where I got this (2006)

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