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    Default Your uses for the Coolbag...

    Check the blog for our uses for the issue 163 free gift and post your best attempts on the gallery, then post the links here. The best gets a prize of some description...

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    When you say Cool bag does that mean you look cool whilst carrying it

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    My three year old has taken ownership, calling it his lunch box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFatControlleR View Post
    My three year old has taken ownership, calling it his lunch box.
    Dont forget to post a picture

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    Default Cool bag

    Yes - you will definitely look 'cool' with this bag. How about using it as a reflector, or aiding your sun tan (all assuming we get some sunshine).

    ;Alternatively, you could put cold drinks, a coolpack and a sandwhich in there for your outdoor shoot - RADICAL huh?!:

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    It makes a good hat as the WDC team have proved http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/blo...-wdc-team.html
    Also, if you have two they could make rather interesting shoes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Gallagher View Post
    It makes a good hat as the WDC team have proved http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/blo...-wdc-team.html
    Also, if you have two they could make rather interesting shoes!
    When I saw the other pic on FB I thought it was of the IPC Gilbert & Sullivan Society rehearsals for 'The Mikado'. Then I was trying to work out who was playing Nanki-Poo!!

    Now I know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFatControlleR View Post
    When I saw that I thought is was the IPC Gilbert & Sullivan Society rehearsals for 'The Mikado'. Then I was trying to work out who was Nanki-Poo!!
    I foresee a change of titles in the near future...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Gallagher View Post
    It makes a good hat as the WDC team have proved http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/blo...-wdc-team.html
    Also, if you have two they could make rather interesting shoes!
    Lol are you trying to make us buy two magazines for the extra cool bag

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    I think two should be purchased at the very least. A third could provide a striking hat/shoes combo. Or turn them inside out and look thoroughly spaceage!

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