Emergency Meal Transport Transplants Lunch to Bellies

Emergency Meal Transport Transplants Lunch to Bellies

The Emergency Meal Transport Insulated Lunch Tote — cleverly EMT for short — is an excellent way to keep your lunch cold and ready to eat while scaring the normals. [Image shared by Amazon]

Ever been so hungry that you’d have sold a kidney on the black market for a square meal in the middle of the day?

The Emergency Meal Transport Insulated Lunch Tote is an excellent way to keep your lunch cold and ready to eat and you don’t even have to donate spare body parts to get one. Clearly and somewhat disturbingly labeled Human Organ For Transport right there in plain view on the outside, this should get some kind of reaction from passers-by, whether they be groans, chuckles, wide eyes, or genuine expressions of concern.

Let ‘em think you’re laughing all the way to the bank! The blood bank. This is the sort of thing that Wednesday and Pugsley Addams probably used to carry their lunches to school.

Emergency Meal Transport Insulated Lunch Tote Can Even Hold a Frozen Meal

When we think of a lunch tote, we usually think of a simple container of some type that can hold a sandwich, a drink, and maybe a piece of fruit tossed in. But this lunch tote does a lot more. By adding an ice pack to keep things cold, you can even pop in a frozen meal to take with you for lunch time. Here are a few other perks of the Emergency Meal Transport Insulated Lunch Tote:

  • This lunch tote measures 5″ x 9″ x 6.5″.
  • It’s fully insulated to keep your lunch fresh and cold.
  • It can hold up to six cans of your favorite beverage.
  • It’s big enough to hold a small, frozen meal.
  • It easily stays cool with a small ice pack.
  • It reduces the chance of someone pilfering your food.
  • It adds some laughs to your daily routine when others see the EMT tag and kind of freak out about it.

Your Lunch Won’t Be Touched By Anyone

Human Organ for Transport boldly declared on the lunch tote’s exterior is the first clue that something out of the ordinary is being carried within, but the red-lettered EMT tag should alleviate all doubts. Never mind that it stands for “Emergency Meal Transport” in this case rather than “Emergency Medical Technician”; most will associate EMT with the latter designation.

When lunch time arrives, you will be able to enjoy any type of food you popped into this lunch tote without the fear of cowardly thieves at the office stealing it. But even if your aim is merely to keep your meal cool while you’re at the beach, on a plane flight, or a picnic in the great outdoors, it’s purely functional beyond its amusing shock value.

Get your own Emergency Meal Transport Insulated Lunch Tote today!

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