Zip it back up. There are secrets in there.

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10 Responses to Zip it back up. There are secrets in there.

  1. Chaz says:

    Hm, but it could be clean laundry, if they’re traveling to where you’re returning to, yes?

    It could also be full of anthrax, or swine flu!

  2. Simona says:

    Anything useful?

  3. AB says:

    …the realization that every time you fly you think to yourself “Now, I need to put something on there that’s identifiable > standing distance x speed of the belt.”

    …and then you remember thinking this way every time you’ve realized that you’ve watched your bag travel around the belt at least 3 times.

  4. Bret says:

    And by golly I want it back.

  5. John says:

    AB couldn’t be more right.

  6. MCS says:

    Another problem for duct tape. Red duct tape.

  7. bryce says:

    @Chaz – I’m pretty sure what she’s getting at is the non literal ‘dirty washing’.

  8. Sydney says:

    This happened to me recently. I was scared and embarrassed. quite traumatizing actually

  9. Jamie says:

    Referring to the headline: “That’s what she said!”

    I can’t believe it took this long for someone to say it.

  10. Silent3 says:

    Perhaps a black suitcase with no luggage tag = stacks of crisp $100 bills (especially if you’re jet lagged from your trip to Columbia).