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Fast Times Bagel Sani-Holder

Keep your bagel clean while toting it around in the front lip of your jeans
 
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We all love to carry our bagels around in the front waistband of our jeans (ala Jeff Spicoli in Fast Times At Ridgemont High), but this is not completely sanitary. The new Fast TImes Bagel Sani-Holder is a sterile, thin, biodegradable membrane which surrounds the bagel, preventing direct contact with either your jeans or your waist. It is held in place with a small cardboard mounting jig. These come is pack of 20, and cost less than $0.10 each.
DeathNinja, Jul 20 2003

Gnarly! http://new.wavlist....116/ftrh-gnarly.wav
[kevindimie, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Why do you carry it around. I thought you were meant to eat it? Excuse my ignorance.
The Kat, Jul 20 2003
  

       Why don't you just put your bagel in a sandwich baggie - ziploc etc. - not biodegradable, but is reusable. And if your pants fit right, you wouldn't need a jig to hold it.
BayRatt, Jul 20 2003
  

       "...a sterile, thin, biodegradable membrane which surrounds the bagel, preventing direct contact with either your jeans or your waist."
A paper napkin?
phoenix, Jul 20 2003
  

       What we need is a bagel holster, so that you can remove the bagel from your belt at a moments notice. Handy when confronted by an attack by cream cheese rings.
Cedar Park, Jul 20 2003
  

       That happen often in your neighbourhood Cedar Park? I gotta visit more often if that's the case!
BayRatt, Jul 20 2003
  
      
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