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    Most unusual items you carried in your TB bag

    Bags are of the most important companions we have in our lives Smilie
    Over the years we are carrying things in them which you would be surprised to see.

    I had in my bags usual travel stuff, puppies. kittens, birds, tools, guns, cameras, computers, phones, tablets, balloons, etc.

    However, being with my TB bags only a few weeks and without pretending that I will win the most unusual carry item nomination Smilie, here goes. I am into sport cars and got this as a souvenir.


    Fitted well into my DL briefcase on a way homeSmilie


    What's yours? Smilie

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    That's a fun idea for a thread! What is that item?

    I'm not sure what's the most unusual item I've carried in a TB bag. Maybe it was when I stuffed my S22 & a large Shop Bag with network cables and a kit of computer repair tools.

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    Water. In a large shop bag. It make a great bucket in a pinch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aedifica View Post
    That's a fun idea for a thread! What is that item?

    I'm not sure what's the most unusual item I've carried in a TB bag. Maybe it was when I stuffed my S22 & a large Shop Bag with network cables and a kit of computer repair tools.
    Nice. I hope we will get more replies and have fun.

    To answer your question the item is a car engine piston with connecting rod.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BWeaves View Post
    Water. In a large shop bag. It make a great bucket in a pinch.
    Haha, I can see that Smilie

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWeaves View Post
    Water. In a large shop bag. It make a great bucket in a pinch.
    Vomit. But in a small shop bag. Talk about Tom Bihn saving the day.

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    You really don't want to know...
    When in trouble, obfuscate.

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    I have carried a glass mosaic lamp home from Turkey in a large Shop Bag.

    I seem to recall a hamster in a Q-kit?

    The Smart Alec is popular for carrying oddly-shaped loads. Janine was famous for transporting watermelons and TP in her SA. Someone carried a (sub?)woofer in their SA.

    And somewhere on the forums there is a post about someone carrying their loved one's ashes (in an urn) in their SA.

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    I once took a raw haunch of venison on a long train journey in a shop bag...

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    Amendment V:

    No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gathiel View Post
    Vomit. But in a small shop bag. Talk about Tom Bihn saving the day.
    You win. (Apparently I have to make my comment longer.)

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    Hmmm. I donít think Iíve carried anything particularly odd (yet), but when I visit my parents I regularly have an A30 end pocket full of dog kibble and bowls.

    My SK has a mini measuring tape on a key strap, because I never believe measurements listed on packages and always measure for myself. Or so that when Iím browsing the TB website I can whip out the tape measure and go ďoh... thatís a little too big for my needsĒ.


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    Odd... My fatherís ashes, boxed, in an Ego; a dozen snake fruit and some jeruk bali in a medium Cafe bag; Also in the medium cafe bag, albeit at a different moment... a crescent wrench that iíd forgotten about..which isnít odd at all...until you try to enter a federal court building, set off the detector, and have to fumble through explaining why exactly you have a crescent wrench and the explanation involved the doorknob of your house falling off.

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