101 uses for a bread bag

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101 uses for a bread bag

Post: # 11169Post Andy Hamilton »

Can we think of 101 uses for a bread bag between us? I was thinking of running a webpage on it. Let me start with one -

To wrap us your sarnies in.
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Post: # 11176Post ina »

Once that is eaten, to keep the rubbish in on your way home (banana skins, apple cores etc.)
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Post: # 11181Post Tigerhair »

Throw over a small persons head and tie in a knot around his neck ARGHHHH :roll:

No, really, he's lovely!!! Very funny!

Um..... Store home made biscuits etc in...
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Post: # 11184Post Shirley »

use it for packed lunches instead of a sandwich bag
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Post: # 11188Post Shirley »

pmsl - just realised what you REALLY wrote tigz...

sick bag for emergency use in the back of the car with the kids
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Post: # 11193Post ina »

Blow up and go "BANG" to frighten the life out of someone!!! :mrgreen:
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Post: # 11195Post Shirley »

LMAO Ina!!

A cheap party popper !

How about this ~:

http://frugalliving.about.com/cs/crafts ... rochet.htm
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Post: # 11201Post ina »

Little crochet dollies from bread bags... Not quite my style.

Keep one in your pocket at all times in case you find berries or mushrooms while you are out.
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Post: # 11225Post Magpie »

Cut into strips and use for the tail of a kite

Or bright ribbons for your hair?!?

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Post: # 11235Post ina »

Not long enough - my hair that is!

Use as a freezer bag.
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Post: # 11237Post Shirley »

could crochet some hair extensions :flower:
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Post: # 11238Post ina »

:andy: Can you please edit the title of this thread? Every time I read it I start wondering what the heck fpr stands for...
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Post: # 11249Post Jessica »

:bom: (1) Can be used for picking up doggie poop when out walking them,
(2)I always use bread bags for wraping lunch up in.
(3) Putting in side shoes boots to keep water out.
(4) ideal for storing tomatoes in for the fridge.
or when cakes you baked are cool wrap cakes in bread bags and store in biscuit tin.

:roll: jessie.

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Post: # 11270Post shiney »

Ina I have started knitting you a sweater already! (and you'd certainly perspire in a plastic jumper)

I make my own bread so I don't have a bag just a bin to keep it in. I would probably us one to put my stuff in the freezer, like breadcrumbs if I had a bread bag.
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Post: # 11276Post ina »

shiney wrote:Ina I have started knitting you a sweater already! (and you'd certainly perspire in a plastic jumper)
I'm impressed... Thank you, Shiney. Is that a waterproof sweater then? :roll:
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