Safety Misinformation Passport Wallet
Like 98% of people, I never read the safety information card tucked into the seat back pockets of each friendly aircraft perusing the skies. Sure, the cabin crew may nicely ask us passengers to take a look at it, but let's face it, none of us can be fussed, can we? For my part, the book I'm reading at that instant, knocks the intrigue of the safety information card to smithereens! Kapow! If these safety cards were more like the imitation one printed on this passport case, however, they'd probably put up quite a good fight with my book. This mock safety card passport holder and wallet, which comes in its own clear zippered case, has got all the fixings of something interesting - bright, unusual colors, cartoon-effect imagery, and unabashed silliness. Its symbols, such as the one telling me that I can indeed use my remote control car on the plane, and its nonsensical text, such as "Please stow all babies under your seat," would, if real, make safety information cards side-splittingly engaging. It's probably a long ways before airlines start carrying information cards like these on board. Oh well. For now, I'll just keep my traveling papers - or general ID and money if not traveling - wrapped securely in this facetious case's passport compartment, windowed ID card pocket, and extra card and cash slots. On my next flight, this passport wallet in hand, I'll turn to my neighbor and strike up a farcical, plane etiquette conversation to kick the trip off to a humorous start. Do you think they'll mind if I drive my remote control car on their fold-out tray? - Hannah, Fashion Writer
- Width is 4 inches, height is 5.5 inches.