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14th Mar '16 10:10:12 PM Adept
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* In the ''{{Pokemon}}'' game series this is a feature the "burglar" trainer type.

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* In the ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' game series this is a feature the "burglar" trainer type.



* This is where the burglars on ''VideoGame/TheSims'' put their loot. (And it's basically a BagOfHolding in that game, too. If the closest expensive thing to the door the burglar comes in is ''your piano''? It's going in the bag.)

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* This is where the burglars on ''VideoGame/TheSims'' Burglars from ''Franchise/TheSims'' series would put their loot. (And it's basically everything they steal into a BagOfHolding in that game, too. If the closest expensive thing to the door the burglar comes in is ''your piano''? It's going in the bag.)sack. The games also combines this trope with BagOfHolding, as they could put stuffs like a TV set or a ''piano'' inside those bags.
14th Mar '16 8:35:58 PM Willbyr
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* [[DirtyOldMan Happosai]] from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' always uses a Japanese Thief Bag when going [[PantyThief panty-stealing]].

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[[DirtyOldMan Happosai]] from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' always uses a Japanese Thief Bag when going [[PantyThief panty-stealing]].
9th Mar '16 11:00:24 AM Geoduck
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* In one of his appearances on ''Series/{{Batman}}'', The Riddler can be seen toting around a bag labelled LOOT SACK.
18th Dec '15 9:57:55 AM johnnye
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More sophisticated or white-collar criminals prefer a nondescript BriefcaseFullOfMoney.
27th May '15 3:48:38 PM eroock
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* The opening scene of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' has Mr Potato Head swiping several such bags from a train car.
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* The opening scene of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' has Mr Potato Head swiping several such bags from a train car.
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19th May '15 7:00:39 PM Arivne
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' supplement ''C.L.O.W.N. (Criminal Legion of Wacky Non-conformists)''. In one picture, C.L.O.W.N. members Skate Kate and Toe-Tapper are carrying white bags with dollar signs on them as they flee from a pair of UNTIL agents pursuing them.
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7th May '15 4:58:33 PM Stealth
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* The eponymous loot bag of the sneaky, thieving [[http://www.cafepress.com/lootcommando.261763084 Lootbag Commando]], a recurring character in ''[[http://battletech.cavaliercavalry.com/mrarchive001.shtml Miniature Rules]]'', "an irreverent look at the ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' Universe" and its "only source of humor since [[NoodleIncident 3CL's peg leg incident]]."
14th Feb '15 3:20:09 PM Terrane
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** In "The Boy Who Knew Too Much" Moe is handed one of these in the middle of a courtroom after he submits a obviously phony alibi to cover for Mayor Quimby's nephew. He lamely tries to pass it off as his laundry.
13th Feb '15 9:35:14 PM Elusivehawk
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->''I used to love those old silent movies where the robbers would crack a combination lock with their ear pressed up against the safe. And the money they stole was always in a white bag with a big dollar sign on it. ''

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->''I ->''"I used to love those old silent movies where the robbers would crack a combination lock with their ear pressed up against the safe. And the money they stole was always in a white bag with a big dollar sign on it. ''"''
3rd Jan '15 10:01:56 PM rjung
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* In Creator/{{Capcom}}'s unreleased ''Pinball/{{Kingpin}},'' the playfield has several indicator lights featuring a bag with a dollar sign, while "The Big Heist" has The Kid fill up a bag that's several times larger than himself.
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