Charles Cowling

When people bring the clothes to the funeral home that they want their dead person dressed in they rarely bring them in a nice little suitcase or smart receptacle, they mostly bring them in a crumpled carrier bag.

What does this say?

5 thoughts on “Clothes line

  1. Charles Cowling

    Oh yes they have, Kathryn. Well done! Run with it or someone else will. Give it a designer look and a couple of tassles. Try ‘Slumberwear’ in gold on a damson background. Or…

    Charles Cowling
  2. Charles Cowling
    Kathryn Edwards

    I think it says they are pragmatically focused on what matters: the clothes, not the bag; the core, not the trappings.

    Thank god, no-one has yet invented the money-spinning, disempowering Special Bag for Carrying the Loved One’s Garments.

    Save us.

    Charles Cowling
  3. Charles Cowling

    Well the one in the pic says “Tesco,” far as I can see, what what?

    (I expect you’re so pleased you asked…)

    Charles Cowling
  4. Charles Cowling
    Amy R.

    I think this says “I bet I won’t get my bag back. Better bring a disposable one!”

    Charles Cowling
  5. Charles Cowling

    Something about a ‘bag for life’?

    Charles Cowling

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