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4th Apr '18 8:30:02 AM Generality
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** And in a similar vein, the Weasleys own a pup tent that is the size of a 3 bedroom apartment on the inside.

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** And in a similar vein, the Weasleys own borrow a pup tent that is the size of a 3 bedroom apartment on the inside.



** And a true Gryffindor may pull Godric Gryffindor's sword out of the Sorting Hat... which kinda makes sense, since the hat itself also once belonged to Gryffindor. (If you were a wizard with a magic hat, wouldn't you keep important belongings in it?)

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** And a true Gryffindor may pull Godric Gryffindor's sword out of the Sorting Hat... which kinda makes sense, since the hat itself also once belonged to Gryffindor. (If you were a wizard with a magic hat, wouldn't you keep important belongings in it?)it?) In this case, the hat is implied to teleport the sword to its location rather than actually contain it within.
22nd Mar '18 3:57:13 PM grammyrocky
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* ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues'': In a way to make fun of Wakko's gag bag, Baby Blues brought up the diaper bag. Like the description, it has anything the MacPhersons need. And like the gag bag, they pull out things that can't be in a bag. There's always a running gag at the end of the comic where Wanda says she needs to clean the diaper bag

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* ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues'': In a way to make fun of Wakko's gag bag, Baby Blues brought up the diaper bag. Like the description, it has anything the MacPhersons need. And like the gag bag, they pull out things that can't be in a bag. There's always a running gag at the end of the comic where Wanda says she needs to clean the diaper bagbag.
22nd Mar '18 3:55:50 PM grammyrocky
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* ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues'': In a way to make fun of Wakko's gag bag, Baby Blues brought up the diaper bag. Like the description, it has anything the MacPhersons need. And like the gag bag, they pull out things that can't be in a bag. There's always a running gag at the end of the comic where Wanda says she needs to clean the diaper bag
21st Mar '18 6:34:38 AM grammyrocky
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->''"Do you rent space in that thing?"''
-->-- '''Senator Clark''', ''Literature/SevenDaysInMay''

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->''"Do ->''Wanda'' "Here's the diaper bag, it has diapers, wipes, snacks, toys... everything you rent space in that thing?"''
might need."''
->''Rhonda'' "There's a sippy cup full of wine with my name on it."''
-> ''Wanda'' "Like I said, "everything you might need.""''
-->-- '''Senator Clark''', ''Literature/SevenDaysInMay''
''ComicStrips/BabyBlues''
3rd Feb '18 12:39:49 PM Mdumas43073
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* SantaClaus often has one of these in modern interpretations, though traditionally he's depicted with a large number of bags. (Still a lot fewer than he would realistically need, but whatever...)

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* SantaClaus often has carries all his toys in one of these in according to modern interpretations, though traditionally he's depicted with a large number of bags. (Still a lot fewer than he would realistically need, but whatever...)
3rd Feb '18 12:35:49 PM Mdumas43073
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* SantaClaus often has one of these in modern interpretations, though traditionally he's depicted with a large number of bags. (Probably a lot fewer than he would realistically need, but whatever.)

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* SantaClaus often has one of these in modern interpretations, though traditionally he's depicted with a large number of bags. (Probably (Still a lot fewer than he would realistically need, but whatever.whatever...)
3rd Feb '18 12:34:48 PM Mdumas43073
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* In "All-Kinds-of-Fur," a fairy tale similar to ''Literature/Donkeyskin,'' the princess can store her three [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes beautiful dresses]] in a nutshell.

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* In "All-Kinds-of-Fur," a fairy tale similar to ''Literature/Donkeyskin,'' ''Literature/{{Donkeyskin}}'', the princess can store her three [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes beautiful dresses]] in a nutshell.
3rd Feb '18 12:32:26 PM Mdumas43073
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* SantaClaus may have one in modern interpretations, though usually he's depicted with a large number of bags. (Probably a lot fewer than he would realistically need, but whatever.)

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* SantaClaus may have often has one of these in modern interpretations, though usually traditionally he's depicted with a large number of bags. (Probably a lot fewer than he would realistically need, but whatever.)
1st Feb '18 6:47:22 AM Cryoclaste
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** In the ''{{Mabinogion}}'' the crafty Rhiannon uses a what is specifically described a small bag to trick her unwanted suitor, Gwawl. It holds an entire feast's worth of food without being full and when he puts both feet into it, Gwawl himself, with enough space to tie the bag closed over his head.

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** In the ''{{Mabinogion}}'' ''Literature/{{Mabinogion}}'' the crafty Rhiannon uses a what is specifically described a small bag to trick her unwanted suitor, Gwawl. It holds an entire feast's worth of food without being full and when he puts both feet into it, Gwawl himself, with enough space to tie the bag closed over his head.
26th Jan '18 5:44:24 AM Cryoclaste
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* In the second book of the [[ForgottenRealms Finder's Stone]] trilogy, The Wyvern's Spur, Olive (a halfling) tries to hide in a miniature bag of holding. It doesn't work, though, because it's too small.

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* In the second book of the [[ForgottenRealms [[Literature/ForgottenRealms Finder's Stone]] trilogy, The Wyvern's Spur, Olive (a halfling) tries to hide in a miniature bag of holding. It doesn't work, though, because it's too small.
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