Your Go-To Reusable Plastic Bag Brand Just Created Their Own Fashion Line

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You read that right. Ziploc is now partnering up with Beams Couture, a Japanese clothing line, to create a line of clear plastic clothing, accessories, and other items. The products will include hats, purses, backpacks, bags, and fanny packs featuring the iconic Ziploc logo.

Hoda Kotb of TODAY has apparently been sporting Ziploc fashion for years and we didn’t even realize. Many times she’s been spotted with a Ziploc purse at red carpet events or at interviews. Who needs a Gucci clutch when you’ve got Ziploc?

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So far the clothing/accessory line is only available in Japan, but there is an online shop available for those interested. Their Ziploc handbag is currently going for $81 if you’re thinking of shopping for a new bag on a budget. “I like it because it’s cheap and if you lose it, you’ve lost nothing,” Hoda says about her love for Ziploc.

TODAY also states that since the bags are clear, they’re a lot more practical when going to events such as sports games or concerts where they have to check your bags.

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While Hoda might be super excited about this new fashion trend, others can’t help but poke fun at the idea.

this year im going for the ziploc aesthetic https://t.co/QgDwp73eqI pic.twitter.com/IWudb3SQrJ

— andrew webster (@A_Webster) August 15, 2018

I honestly thought it looked like a diaper at first glance.

Ziploc "clothing" on Today.
Yup. We're screaming into #Idiocracy all right.

— Cooper (@kcchiefscooper) August 16, 2018

Definitely not sure about it yet. Have to warm up to it.

Ziploc is keepin' it fresh with its new clothing line (seriously) https://t.co/JZmKPLaRDw

— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) August 15, 2018

You can definitely count on all of your belongings staying fresh inside a Ziploc. That’s for sure. Hoda might have been onto something here…

While not everyone is on board, it’s safe to say that this is an interesting and creative venture that Ziploc is not afraid to take.

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TODAY hosts poked fun at Hoda during the original announcement of Ziploc’s new clothing brand, but Hoda had way too much fun being excited about the new release. “Yes! This is the answer!” she exclaims. The hosts ran a tape from the TIME 100 Gala in New York where she pulled out her phone from a Ziploc bag. The interviewer couldn’t help but laugh and call it “the clutch from Ziploc.” A little too “in the know” if you catch my drift! They all knew!

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9 Classic Sitcom Tattoos You Need To See

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Tattoos are the best way to express yourself, especially if you’re easily pleased visually. Many people will get things tattooed on themselves that are meaningful to them, and yes, this includes classic sitcom characters. You’ll love these tattoos so much, you’ll want to get one yourself!

From Curb Your Enthusiasm to Family Matters, you’ll recognize a ton of this body art. We also cannot believe how accurate everything is, all the way down to the nitty-gritty details.

1. Fonzie

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Look at that smile though! We can’t get enough of the detail to the teeth.

2. Golden Girls

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Right on the front of the thighs. If you ever want to let people know how much of a Golden Girls fan you are, just get this tattoo. You can’t miss it.

3. Curb Your Enthusiasm

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If you love both Curb Your Enthusiasm and Larry David’s face, you can bet your ass you’re the biggest Larry David fan ever.

4. Urkel

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There’s literally nothing and no one better than Steve Urkel. “It’s time to do the Urkel!”

5. I Love Lucy

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I Love Lucy in color!? Truly a masterpiece I’m sure we’d all love to see more of.

6. George Costanza

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This person probably uses the tattoo to explain things in Seinfeld form and “yadda yadda yadda…”

7. Aunt Esther

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An absolutely stunning piece of body art of Aunt Esther from Sanford and Son. Those eyes will just stare into your soul if you look long enough.

8. Al Bundy

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Another pair of eyes that will stare into your soul. If you stare at it long enough, it turns into a Modern Family tattoo.

9. Peggy Hill

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Peggy Hill might be the wife of Hank Hill on King of the Hill, but she’s definitely Queen of the religious implications on tattoos.

Are you feeling inspired to run out and go get an impromptu tattoo of your favorite sitcom character? If you’re thinking of using one of the above photos for reference, be sure to print it out and bring it with you. You could have the next popular sitcom tattoo!

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9 Incredible Classic Sitcom Tattoos You Need To See

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We are where nostalgia lives

Tattoos are the best way to express yourself, especially if you’re easily pleased visually. Many people will get things tattooed on themselves that are meaningful to them, and yes, this includes classic sitcom characters. You’ll love these tattoos so much, you’ll want to get one yourself!

From Curb Your Enthusiasm to Family Matters, you’ll recognize a ton of this body art. We also cannot believe how accurate everything is, all the way down to the nitty gritty details.

1. Fonzie

fonzie
Creative Commons

Look at that smile though! We can’t get enough of the detail to the teeth.

2. Golden Girls

golden girls
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Right on the front of the thighs. If you ever want to let people know how much of a Golden Girls fan you are, just get this tattoo. You can’t miss it.

3. Curb Your Enthusiasm

curb your enthusiasm
Spin

If you love both Curb Your Enthusiasm and Larry David’s face, you can bet your ass you’re the biggest Larry David fan ever.

4. Urkel

urkel
Tattoo

There’s literally nothing and no one better than Steve Urkel. “It’s time to do the Urkel!”

5. I Love Lucy

i love lucy
Creative Commons

I Love Lucy in color!? Truly a masterpiece I’m sure we’d all love to see more of.

6. George Costanza

seinfeld
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This person probably uses the tattoo to explain things in Seinfeld form and “yada yada yada…”

7. Aunt Esther

aunt esther
Creative Commons

An absolutely stunning piece of body art of Aunt Esther from Sanford and Son. Those eyes will just stare into your soul if you look long enough.

8. Al Bundy

al bundy
Smosh

Another pair of eyes that will stare into your soul. If you stare at it long enough, it turns into a Modern Family tattoo.

9. Peggy Hill

peggy hill
Creative Commons

Peggy Hill might be the wife of Hank Hill on King of the Hill, but she’s definitely Queen of the religious implications on tattoos.

Are you feeling inspired to run out and go get an impromptu tattoo of your favorite sitcom character? If you’re thinking of using one of the above photos for reference, be sure to print it out and bring it with you. You could have the next popular sitcom tattoo!

Be sure to SHARE this article if you enjoyed looking at these tattoos.

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#1815 – Don’t Want to be a Fool (1992)

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This week in 1991: #67 (up 8 spots from last week)
Original Artist: Luther Vandross
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The Lengthy History Of The Bikini

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Every girl’s favorite and most comfortable swimwear outfit has actually been around for much longer than we think. When we think of the 1800s, we think swimming in literal dresses. Well, that’s not entirely the case. Evidence of bikini-style clothing has been around since 5600 BC. The evidence takes the form of Roman art pieces presenting women wearing bikini-style garments.

French engineer Louis Réard invented the modern bikini in 1946 and he actually borrowed the name ‘bikini’ from the Bikini Atoll, where post-war testing on the atomic bomb was taking place. It’s unknown where the original idea for the bikini-style garment came from.

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In the pre-Roman area, around 5600 BC, two-piece garments were worn by women for athletic purposes. This evidence is depicted on not only paintings, but also on Greek urns dating back to 1400 BC. The top part of the two-piece garment was called a breastband and, as aforementioned, were primarily used by athletic women in the pre-Roman era.

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The Roman era began the age of sexualizing women in the two-piece garments. Artwork dating back to 286-305 AD depicted a group of women known as the ‘Bikini Girls’ exercising in what we now know as the modern day bikini. Many correlated the idea of lust and erotica with that of the bikini or girls in a bikini. Prostitution, skimpy clothes, and athletic bodies we are all equally related in this time period, meaning that the bikini would also now be sexualized as well. The Roman Goddess Venus was also depicted wearing a bikini and the statue is currently featured at the Naples National Archaeological Museum.

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Now begins the long interval of no bikinis in which we know as, the 1800s swimming gown. Bikinis were discouraged after a certain point in time where the classical bikini was seen as a bit too raunchy. There was simply no need to be showing so much skin just to go swimming. It wasn’t until 1907 that the first breakthrough for women’s swimwear occurred and eventually evolved into the modern day bikini.

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As time surpassed through the 20s, 30s, and 40s, society began seeing more and more spaghetti strap bikini tops and a whole lot more midsection. The two-piece was becoming incredibly popular again and were especially popular postwar. These were known as the traditional two-pieces, so when the minimalist bikini came out (what we know best today), sales were plummeting.

Many people thought that this skimpy suit was disrespectful to women and no decent girl would ever wear it. However, when the 1960s sexual revolution hit, the skimpy bikini became widely known and loved. Icons like Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, and Gina Lollobrigida all embraced the minimalist two-piece.

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Throughout the years, the bikini has become much more minimalist and revealing. They still hold strong the original sex appeal from the Roman era, hence the use of bikini pageants and super revealing tops. Despite the acceptance of the modern day bikini, countries like Spain have made it illegal to wear bikinis in public except on beaches.

Gwyneth Paltrow was also largely criticized for making a bikini line for girls ages 4 to 6, claiming she was sexualizing young children. Finally, four women were arrested in Myrtle Beach, SC in 2013 for indecent exposure as their bikini bottoms exposed their buttocks area.

The bikini has clearly been through way too much. Be sure to SHARE this article if you found the history of bikinis interesting!

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10 Royal Family Food Rules That They Are Required To Follow

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Did you know that all members of the Royal family are required to abide by Royal protocol when it comes to eating and how they eat? Whether it’s wearing a certain type of outfit or crossing their knife and fork a certain way to signal they’re finished eating, it’s a very strict kind of etiquette and we give them a lot of credit for being able to keep up with it.

Some additional facts about the Royal family’s dining protocol includes no pasta for dinner and the Queen gets to approve the menu before dinner preparations commence. There’s also no shellfish allowed and when the Queen is finished, everyone is finished. I’m overwhelmed just reading all this.

1. They cannot accept food from outside sources

Today, The Duchess of Cornwall travelled to the Isle of Wight to visit Osborne House with Patron of the House, Dame Judi Dench. Osborne House was built between 1845 and 1851 to provide Queen Victoria and Prince Albert a private home. It was designed in the style of an Italian villa. Dame Judi played Queen Victoria in the movie Victoria and Abdul which was filmed at the House. The Duchess and Dame Judi had ice creams in the hot weather, before touring the newly refurbished Swiss Cottage, Gardens and main house. The Duchess also named a ferry and attended a reception in Cowes at the Royal Yacht Squadron Club. Follow @clarencehouse for more.

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If Meghan Markle is offered food at a formal event, she can accept. But if she’s offered food outside of that event, she cannot accept it.

2. But if you offer them food in a Royal setting, they cannot refuse

Today The Countess of Wessex hosted a @vodafonefoundation #DigitisingPurpose forum at St. James’s Palace, which aimed to explore the transformational power of digital. The Countess brought together some of her patronages and charities which she supports, to learn more about how digital can be used to promote their causes and help their work. Here The Countess speaks to representatives from some of HRH’s charities who attended today. The Countess supports over 70 organisations. Find out more through the link in bio.

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How do they all stay in such great shape from all the random food offerings?

3. There’s an entire Royal team dedicated to seating them

Today The Duke of Sussex played in the @Sentebale Polo Cup, held each year to raise awareness and support for the charity — today’s match raised over £1million to support Sentebale’s vital work with young people affected by HIV in southern Africa 📷 @sentebale #SentebaleISPSPolo

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They are officially titled The Office of the Marshal of the Court and they place all of the Royal family members in their assigned seats for royal dinners and other formal events.

4. There’s a specific set-up for dinner conversations

Thank you to everyone in Chester for the wonderful welcome for The Queen and The Duchess of Sussex today! #RoyalVisitChester #Chester 📷PA

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For the first course, the Queen speaks to the person on her right hand side. Then upon the arrival of the second course, the person on her left is up for the conversation.

5. You aren’t allowed to leave the table until the Queen does

Happy 92nd Birthday to Her Majesty The Queen! #HappyBirthdayHerMajesty #QueensBirthday

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As aforementioned, when the Queen is done, everyone is done. But you are absolutely not allowed to leave the table before the Queen does. It’s considered extremely disrespectful.

6. There is a correct way to hold your tea

Thank you to everyone who gathered to welcome The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Sunderland yesterday. This was the Duke and Duchess’ first joint visit to the city, where they learned more about the city’s vibrant arts scene and engineering talent. 📷: PA

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There is a specific way to hold your teacups in the Royal family, ladies and gentlemen. The correct way is with the forefinger and thumb against the top of the handle and, if need be, using the middle finger to support the base of the handle.

7. Ladies aren’t allowed to leave lipstick stains on anything

Wishing a very happy 70th wedding anniversary to Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.

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Better make sure you wear matte lipstick or none at all if you’re part of the Royal family. If it happens the first time, it’s not a big deal, but they need to sip from the same rim for the entire time so lipstick doesn’t envelope the rest of the cup’s rim.

8. They’re huge on organic, gourmet, farm-to-table foods

Following today's BBC Radio 4 guest edit, Prince Harry shared his reflections on the programme and what he hopes listeners took away from today's discussions: "I’m hugely grateful for this platform to be able to discuss topics that I think really need to be discussed and thought about. Part of my role and part of my job is to shine a spotlight on issues that need that spotlight whether it’s people, whether its causes, whatever it is. So I will continue to do and play my part in society and do my job to the best of my ability so that I can wake up in the morning and feel energised and go to bed fully knowing that I have done the best that I can."

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Especially the Queen. Menus are often sent back several times because she demands organic, farm-to-table foods for her family. They also only eat non-GMO foods and try to incorporate tons of fruits and vegetables. Ah, so that’s how they stay in such good shape…

9. They have to hold their utensils a certain way

The Duke of Cambridge, Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, attended the Wales vs Australia rugby match. Prior to the match, HRH met representatives and beneficiaries from the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, which he is also Patron of and which supports those players and their families who have been severely injured whilst playing rugby football in Wales. The Duke also met some of the WRU Coach Core Apprentices who deliver rugby in schools and towns in fun and engaging ways. Prince Harry, Patron of the RFU, attended the England vs Argentina match. Prior to the game HRH met volunteers from the Commonwealth War Grave Commission, the official match-day charity. HRH also met people nominated by the RFU for their contribution to the sport.

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Knives have to go in the right hand, forks in the left, with the fork facing towards the plate. They also must use their knives to scoop food onto their fork and balance it all the way into their mouths. Talk about an Olympic sport.

10. No garlic allowed

Following Trooping the Colour, on the occasion of Her Majesty's 92nd Birthday, members of The Royal Family stand on the balcony to watch a fly past. 23 aircraft took part in the Fly Past highlighting the range of aircraft used by the Royal Air Force, including the Red Arrows Aerobatic Team, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, helicopters and fast jet combat aircraft. #Troopingthecolour 📷 PA

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Yeah. Like, ever. I personally feel as though they’re missing out, but I’m not a Royal, so what do I know?

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