Museum currently exhibits 2878 unique bags.
OK, Bag Monster is a moronic name, but Monster has become a catch-all phrase for "Hey, this will help you do something" This section will help you find the bags you're looking for (like you're really looking for them). Leaving everything blank will retrieve a list of all bags, however that may cause the page to load slowly.
We hope you don't have to use this.
Which I think is a quite decent sentiment.
Big time collector, Thomas Homer Goetz claims it's from the Dutch Antillean Airlines. I wouldn't be surprised if it was used on both.
Reproduction expert (?) Joey Cornelissen from the Netherlands says, "This isn't a sickness bag. You know women use this when they are in their period. You probarbly will know what I mean. It mostly hangs in Bathrooms at restaurants. I heard about your site on Dutch television and I thought let's look. And when I saw this back I read the instructions in Dutch, because I'm Dutch. It's a bag for women to throw there 'dirty' press-on panty-liners in. So not a bag to throw up in. "
Putting all doubt to rest, former premier big-time collector Ben Guttery passes his expert opinion that it is KLM, and so it is noted as such.