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Hefty Leaves

Big gargabe bags covered with leaves.
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I think huge hefty bags covered with leaves would be good for several reasons.

If you are homeless, you could put them over you for a great nights sleep. The coppers would think you were merely a pile of fall folaige.

The kids could make leaf tents to hide in, or sit on them while having a picnic lunch. Heck they could even stack them up and then jump on em.

When done you could just invert them, stuff em with *your* dead leaves, and then use them to hold them till the truck comes to get them.

Hefty Leaves.

blissmiss, Oct 12 2008

ghilli suit, OK it's not just a bag! http://rustybayonet.com/pro905416.html
[xandram, Oct 13 2008]


       why hefty?   

       just thinking of you - a programme with Stephen Fry in your part of the world on TV at present.
po, Oct 12 2008

       she said hefty bags.
po, Oct 12 2008

       she also said "gargabe"
FlyingToaster, Oct 12 2008

       //she also said "gargabe//
and "folaige"
coprocephalous, Oct 13 2008

       Who scrambled my brain on the 12th and then hung me out to dry with this dribble? (God, the things you do while on library time!!!)
blissmiss, Oct 28 2008

       You could put them over trees in the fall and confuse the hell out of people.
theGem, Oct 29 2008

       // why hefty? // If they weren't hefty, then the wind might blow them off you while you slept ... because you wouldn't want to sleep *inside* them, because, being plastic, they'd not be breathable.   

       Also, if they weren't hefty, then you'd miss the spectacle of someone kicking through piles of fallen leaves and stubbing a toe.   

       For these two functions, you could just use normal leaves, but weigh down the bag's corners with concealed bricks.   

       However, I also like the idea of expecting a leaf to tumble delicately from a branch, and then seeing it drop straight down like a hefty thing. For this, you would need to mould the leaf from, say, copper.   

       I see this as a 'defeating expectations' aesthetic idea, a bit like some of [xenzag]'s... but I may be talking gargabe.
pertinax, Oct 30 2008

       Why invert them to put the leaves in? It would be more attractive than a bunch of plastic bags at curbside to leave them leafy side out.
nomocrow, Oct 30 2008

       Agreed, and also the gargabe collector could easily tell the leaves from the regular gargabe.
phundug, Oct 30 2008

       Gargabe, I thought that was an aborigine that lived in the outback and ate dingos or was that a dingo that ate aborigine. It's been a long time since I Googled it.
theGem, Oct 30 2008


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