That’s a lot of baggage
I’m pro bag, always have been, always will be.
Paper or prada handbags plastic, it makes no difference. I’m pro and I’m not afraid to say it, loud and proud, clear and sincere, every day and in every way.
I used to keep my pro bag sentiments to myself. Nobody asked and I didn’t tell. I wasn’t hiding anything. I figured a bag a free bag was an inalienable right. Why drone on about it?
I could walk into any store anytime and buy, say, a loaf of bread, and the honest, hardworking checkout clerk would toss my purchase in a bag, smile and say, “Have a nice day.”
“You, too, my friend,” I’d respond, and an unspoken message of harmony would pass between us like a lightning bolt.
Little prada handbags did I know the forces of intolerance lurked in the shadows. I refer to the anti bag movement.
First the anti baggers went after plastic. They said plastic bags were bad for the environment, including squirrels. I like squirrels.
“Oh well,” I thought, “there will always be paper.”
Then the anti baggers we prada handbags nt after paper. They followed their totalitarian impulses. They passed a law where I’m from forcing stores to charge customers 10 cents a bag. They said paper bags were bad for the environment, including squirrels, since squirrels live in trees.
Stores started peddling chintzy reusable bags made of burlap and candle wax, starting at a buck apiece. I own of bunch of these bags, but somehow I never have one when I need it.