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Peckish Pockets

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I find the top shirt pocket is the best place to store biscuits, but as is often the case soft soggy dough like goo has spread all through my wash, having forgotten that I still had a few choc chip cookies or salted crackers deposited. Staleness is also an issue, as are ants and annoying crumbs.

To solve this problem I invision specially designed clothing with a series of pocket liners made of durable vinyl or plastic that can be sealed at the top. Undetectable from hungry onlookers, you can simply reach to the appropriate Peckish Pocket and nibble away at the designated snack.

Breakable items like crackers and cupcakes are best suited to the upper body pockets, whereas jelly babies and boiled lollies can safely be inserted in trouser leg pockets or under your watchband.

benfrost, Jan 30 2005

Available solution http://www.keysan.c...ig/picpmei5208.html
No self respecting engineer would let you go without linking to this. No seal at the top though. [Worldgineer, Jan 31 2005]

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       Only if you store your ammo there.
DrCurry, Jan 30 2005
  

       Great! Now I can keep that anthrax right here in my breast pocket! Hey... this isn't my shirt...
Detly, Jan 30 2005
  

       Excellent. I'm tired of being unable to carry my soup while running to catch the bus. If we added a ziploc zipper and a straw, I could continue with lunch while running.
schematics, Jan 31 2005
  

       Are these removable inserts that you can wash separately? That would be nice, to keep the plastic pockets from getting linty.
robinism, Jan 31 2005
  
      
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