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Le Doggy Bag
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"Would you like to take your old face?"
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"How can we afford to eat at a place where the doggie bags are Gucci?"
"How do you like my doggy bag?"
"This doggy bag followed me home. Can I keep it?"
"If you're never going to give me any, then quit calling it a doggie bag."
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'Lining my pockets with aluminum foil so I can sneak Thanksgiving leftovers home.'
'. . . and a side order of leftovers.'
'He's not happy with the portions in the doggie bag.'
Alternative Dickens: Oliver, having received more, requests a doggy bag.
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'Looked like a doggie bag to me.'
"The second bag is a doggie bag for my schnauzer, Buddy."
'There's a little left in the garden. Do you have a bunny bag?'
"I need a doggy bag please, I have a room mate to feed."
"Well, good job Mister Funny Man! You just had to tell our server that we were taking the leftovers home so we could 'feed the hostages.'"
'I'll take the rest home in a body bag.'
'Take some of that home, Richard. Don't be a hero.'
Mrs Amblewll wished they'd hurry up and repair the park toilets.
'I'm sorry, but you can't take the leftovers home. They're all newly-patented items, and cannot leave the premises.'
'If her dog likes the leftovers, we'll get a good review.'
"... Would I like a 'doggie bag'?... No, thanks. But, you could bring me a 'sick bag'."
"Could you please bring me a doggy bag for my homework?"
"You can have my doggie bag as a tip."
'Sometimes they bring food home from a restaurant but you can tell it hasn't been properly tinned.'