Prepare to have your mind blown.
I mean, just look at this gorgeous, revolutionary, courageous work of art:
Have you ever seen a bag with so much poise? It looks like an Olympic gymnast or a runway model, strutting its stuff in the dirty backseat of your 2004 Toyota Corolla.
But hey, even the most hard-working paper bags—made from 60% post-consumer recycled material—have to let their hair down every once in a while. Here she is just chilling. It’s a sweatpants days; don’t judge.
Oh, is it time for a little workout? Look at this sexy side shot, showcasing just how flexible this gorgeous bleached paper bag really is.
Woah! Apple, this might be a little too risqué for a patent filing? Are you even allowed to show stuff like this on the internet? One second, let me go ahead and tone it down a little.
OK, that’s better. I apologize to anyone with small children who may have inadvertently caught a glimpse of the previous image.
Here we see a drawing that depicts either a close-up macro shot of the string that serves as a handle for the bag or an artistic rendering of an Einstein-Rosen bridge–better known as a “wormhole“—which theoretically serves as a shortcut between two distinct points in spacetime. I honestly can’t be sure either way.
This drawing, which seems to have accidentally gotten mixed in with Apple’s patent filing, appears to show a slug attempting to scale a large wall.
This? I don’t know what the hell this is.
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