Archived Pages from 20th Century!!
Sadly neglected, airsickness bags and sickness bags in general don't get the attention they deserve, except in those short, intense moments they are very much needed and appreciated. In a world where people collect all kind of things to preserve them for our children to see, I have chosen to concentrate on these gadgets.
to sickness-bags-related terminology
- What you need to make yourself understood in certain critical moments.
- The main part of my collection, emphasizing Scandinavian design and style.
- Puking devices from all over the world.
- Barfbags that never went airborne.
Spewmore (Jokes to be told after dinner)
You might also want to visit the HOMEPAGE of the man behind this museum for more things to read while you should have been working hard on some project.
Also, Yahoo and some guy named Paul classifies me as retired uselessness. I haven't really gotten any front pages dedicated to me yet, but Politiken Computer in Denmark did at least mention this page in an article about total waste of time. Bergensavisen has also given me a tiny bit of attention. Hurrrrrrra. The Sydney Morning Herald also has an interesting article about collectors.
Last modified: Wed Jul 17 22:14:31 DST 1996