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Wash Your Clothes ANYWHERE with This Handy Little Bag

Traveling light can be a tough call for campers, especially if you intend to camp out for a couple of days. Some campers are lucky enough to have an abundant water source and enough time to wash where they’re headed. But for those who need a quick wash, there’s a new solution you can rely on.

The Scrubba, a quick solution to your laundry needs.


The Scrubba Wash Bag is a lightweight bag that doubles as a mini-washing machine. The Scrubba wash bag uses microbial and hydrolysis resistant polyether TPU, which allows for prolonged, hygienic use. Inside the bag are hundreds of little nodules to help you scrub your clothes with minimal effort.


So how can you use this mini washing machine? First, you have to fill the bag with water and detergent up to the markings on the side of the bag. Then add in your clothes, making sure you only fill it up to 40%. Next, your roll and clip the bag to secure the water inside. Then, you deflate the bag and start rubbing down on the bag. You can rub for as little as 30 seconds for a quick traveler wash or up to 3 minutes for the machine-quality wash. Lastly, you drain out the dirty water and refil thebag with clean water to rinse.

Massage your clothes for 30 seconds to 3 minutes, and let the little internal nodules do the work for you!

The Scrubba isn’t just made for travelers. They can also be used by people who live in apartments without a laundry area. You can do quick washes daily to save up on the cost of going to the laundromat with your laundry in bulk.

If you want to know more about this handy little bag, you can check out their site at where you can also order!

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This Photograph Travels The World And Takes Amazing Photos Of Windows And Doors!

This is the work of Andre Vicente Goncalves. He is a Portuguese photographer who travelled around the world and took pictures of the doors used by different cultures in their buildings.

A door is something that keeps your home private from strangers and lets friends through. It symbolizes a passage that is unique and yet common in everybody’s lives.

Here are the works listed by country:





He also took photographs of windows, which show a cool resemblance and uniqueness as well.






The Alps


The Worst Travel Passengers EVER!

Passenger Shaming is an Instagram account dedicated to outing those travelers that we all inevitably run into on airplanes. You know who I’m talking about; the checked out parents who let their crappy kids run wild, or the obscenely obese man who’s tufts of fat flop over the armrest and sweat on you. Maybe its the drunk college kids heading back to Arizona State University with no shirts and pounding booze. Whichever passenger is your least favorite, I guarantee they are in this gallery of A-holes. So next time you are about to lose your shit on the guy next to you, take a picture first so we can all share in your flight from hell.

Poopy Diapers


“I notice a couple changing their baby’s diaper in the seat. I let them know there was a changing table in the lav. So they left me 3 shitty diapers as a thank u in the seat pocket.”

Bag of Pee


“This is bag full of urine that was found on my flight from Anchorage to Seattle. The unfortunate flight attendant was who found it. Like a trooper, she strapped on some blue gloves, and disposed of it in the restroom.”

Get A Room

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This lady lets her fingers do the walking. Gross! Some passengers are oblivious to all others around them.