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(Some Guy)   Check out this stylish new briefcase. Includes helpful photos of the briefcase's features, which indicate it's great for transporting sod   (bespokepost.com) divider line
    More: Silly, friendly company, recyclable materials, woven synthetic fabric, handsome removable shoulder strap, right briefcase, stretch zip pockets, easy access, liters of goods  
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885 clicks; posted to Business » on 09 Sep 2020 at 2:20 PM (24 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-09 1:39:33 PM  
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2020-09-09 1:40:52 PM  
I chuckled at this more than a reasonable person should.
 
2020-09-09 1:46:25 PM  
Not as helpful as Shower In A Briefcase:

Shower in a Briefcase - Martin Short
Youtube JWUBxm8tpm0
 
2020-09-09 2:04:03 PM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: I chuckled at this more than a reasonable person should.


It's not just you. Not sure why this is funny, but it is.
 
2020-09-09 2:25:30 PM  
Sod off, ya wanker!
 
2020-09-09 2:35:30 PM  
That's tweed, not sod.

Sod is both lighter and more comfortable.
 
2020-09-09 2:44:54 PM  

FrancoFile: That's tweed, not sod.

Sod is both lighter and more comfortable.


Well, let's take a vote. The brown thing in the briefcase is:

1. A roll of sod.
2. Something made of tweed.
3. A great big chunk of shredded wheat cereal.
4. Weed.
5. A loofah.
6. Fill in the blank: _______________
 
2020-09-09 2:55:09 PM  
It's the light sweater pictured in the last photo, along with all the other examples of things that can go in the bag.
 
2020-09-09 3:03:32 PM  
What the Hell is That? - SNL
Youtube DU_Gd623HJo
 
2020-09-09 3:03:48 PM  

Psychopompous: It's the light sweater pictured in the last photo, along with all the other examples of things that can go in the bag.


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2020-09-09 3:08:55 PM  
That's a pretty poor example of sod. You can't just carry that stuff around with you all week and expect it to stay green.

/not a bad laptop bag tho
//I still prefer my padded backpack for half the price and double the space
 
2020-09-09 3:19:11 PM  

Sensei Can You See: Psychopompous: It's the light sweater pictured in the last photo, along with all the other examples of things that can go in the bag.

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Touché
 
2020-09-09 3:38:41 PM  

Psychopompous: It's the light sweater pictured in the last photo, along with all the other examples of things that can go in the bag.


Both color and texture don't seem to match.
 
2020-09-09 4:29:30 PM  
Brother, this is a house of Sod!
th.bing.comView Full Size
 
2020-09-09 4:30:03 PM  

OptimisticCynicism: Psychopompous: It's the light sweater pictured in the last photo, along with all the other examples of things that can go in the bag.

Both color and texture don't seem to match.


Both halves of your username don't seem to match, yet here we are.
 
2020-09-09 4:50:12 PM  

Sensei Can You See: FrancoFile: That's tweed, not sod.

Sod is both lighter and more comfortable.

Well, let's take a vote. The brown thing in the briefcase is:

1. A roll of sod.
2. Something made of tweed.
3. A great big chunk of shredded wheat cereal.
4. Weed.
5. A loofah.
6. Fill in the blank: _______________


Looks like one of those sh*tty airline blankets.
 
2020-09-09 5:26:51 PM  
Soddenly, briefcase!
 
2020-09-09 8:11:34 PM  
From Russia with Love (1/10) Movie CLIP - A Nasty Briefcase (1963) HD
Youtube MDJ7Du14G-4
 
2020-09-10 1:11:25 AM  
But what I really need is a mirror to transport Zod.
 
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