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    THM

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    Question Lunch Box

    Hi all,

    I desperately need to sort out my lunch box situation. Not that one, the one I actually bring my lunch to work in.

    At the moment I bring my laptop and diary etc in a typical black laptop case but my lunch is currently going in a cool bag that came free with some sun cream. AKA, "the handbag". What's considered acceptable? Lunch separately in a large Tupperware box? Or perhaps a new bag that can take everything I need to bring in?

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    Just plain tupperware inside a decent bag mate

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    THM

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    Cheers PM. What do you reckon, a second bag or one big bag to take laptop, lunch, the lot?

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    Geek chic says comic books are cool so maybe a good comic book character lunch box? Imagine local 'caffs' would be in trouble if people had the balls to bust out their old lunch boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THM View Post
    Cheers PM. What do you reckon, a second bag or one big bag to take laptop, lunch, the lot?
    I would go for one big bag, purely for convenience.

    A backpack or satchel would be the safest choice, maybe a tote if you are feeling fashion forward.

    I have this from Reiss, which is pretty versatile

    Last edited by Ivan Condor Aasllani; 27-06-2012 at 02:43 PM.

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    THM

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    NJG, I got bought a Spongebob lunch box for my birthday but I don't think that's going to work for me!

    Nice bag PM but not sure I could pull that shape off. I'm thinking maybe a large satchel then, probably in black to keep a bit of formality.

    Something like this perhaps:
    http://www.asos.com/ASOS/ASOS-Canvas-Satchel/Prod/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=1419140&cid=3159&sh=0&pge=9&pg esize=200&sort=-1&clr=Black&utm_source=google_product_search&utm_m edium=organic&utm_campaign=google_product_search&W T.tsrc=Google%20Product%20Search

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    onus that it's cheap too!

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    I'm quite liking this Boxfresh one too:

    Tell me if I'm missing the mark here.

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    Those look alright mate, but something in leather is going to last longer and look better

    Obviously will cost more though...

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    I usually just go and sit outside Pret looking regal and dashing; legs crossed, sipping coffee, eye-balling passers by. I'm getting quite good at it now.

    But I would follow advice as above, CLEAN and simple Tupperware and a decent bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Colman View Post
    I usually just go and sit outside Pret looking regal and dashing; legs crossed, sipping coffee, eye-balling passers by. I'm getting quite good at it now.
    I'm ashamed to say I also do this.

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