by Goldy, 11/29/2004, 7:42 PM

The following label really does appear on laptop bags, briefcases and backpacks from Port Angeles and Seattle based Tom Bihn Designs:

The French care instructions translate as follows:

Wash with warm water
Use mild soap
Dry flat
Do not use bleach
Do not dry in the dryer
Do not iron
We are sorry that
Our President is an idiot
We did not vote for him

5 Responses to “Truth in labeling”

1. Jim King spews:

Okay, I’m laughing… But it would have been funnier if you’d waited six months…

2. DamnageD spews:

Thats been around for at least six months…but its still funny as hell!!!

3. Jenny spews:

That is pretty funny, all right. Those kind of jokes are the best. It’s even better that it’s written in French.

4. DamnageD spews:

even funnier…”See Tom Bihn Bags in Iraq, Afghanistan, Antarctica, Australia, and Italy”…link from their site!!

5. DamnageD spews:

oh hell…this is killing me!! The whole office is ROLLING about this…from the site;

” Tom Bihn Bags in Iraq

Jim Hood sent us this note along with these cool pictures!

“My name is CW4 Jim Hood. I am a Blackhawk pilot in Baghdad, Iraq with the 1st Armored Division. I bought a Brain Bag with the Snake Charmer, Monolith 2 and Freudian Slip for my new Dell Inspiron 8500. I absolutely love this backpack! “