Double Dipped Designs
Hi, I’m Double-Dipped Tip! My friends told me they thought I had a talent for graphic design, so I decided to see what I could turn my designs into. With a lot of effort, I’ve built several partnerships to turn some really awesome, highly complex designs into very nice patches. Now, I’m proud to have branched out into many other areas that I could apply my designs to, including bags, hats, sarongs, coozies, luggage tags, and I’m coming up with more ideas every day!
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Want to help a fellow Hasher and her students out through our Buy One GIVE One campaign? Purchasing a dry bag through this listing automatically donates a second bag to a Special Education student in need. Deodorcunt, out of Huzzah H3, who moonlights as a Special Education teacher when she’s not out hashing, has been using her personal dry bag from the InterAmericas Hash swag in her classroom. She and her fellow teachers have 10 students with mental and intellectual disabilities. By donating a dry bag under this Buy One Give One campaign, you can help these teachers keep a “go-bag” of supplies, tool and clean/dry clothes at the ready to meet each student’s specific needs. Limit 2 per customer.
- 25 Liter capacity
- PVC coated material that is rugged and waterproof
- 2 Back straps that attach to D-rings located on the top and bottom of the bag
- Waterproof zippered pouch on the front for easy access to small items like keys/wallet
- Available in 2 color combinations: 1) neon green with black On-On foot and 2) royal blue with white On-On foot
- U.S. destinations including APO/FPO/DPO – $5 for 1 – or FREE SHIPPING if you purchase 2. If you want one of each color, please make the quantity 2 for one color and choose the option so it calculates the shipping correctly.
- Canada and Mexico – $10 for 1, $13 for 2.
- Other international destinations – $15 for 1, $18 for 2.
Message from Deodorcunt: The goal is to get these young adults as life ready as possible; many have internships and are taken by school vans off campus to work in the community. Some jobs are outside, and these bags would be an excellent way to carry work tools and/or intern belongings to keep them safe and dry. In my classroom, I only have 3 students; but they are perhaps the most challenging in the district. Their teacher burned out and resigned in half a year; I’m in the room as a long-term sub and am working on my alternative SPED certification to take over as the official teacher of record. One of my students vomits almost every morning in an attempt to get me to send him home sick. We’re getting pretty good at keeping a trash can under him as he starts gagging, but occasionally he still hits his clothes and shoes. I would definitely use one of these bags as a go-bag for him with a clean change of clothes, wipes, and anything else he might need. One of my students has scatolia and coprophagia; we have him on a 30 min toileting schedule with emergency protocols for digging, smearing, sniffing, and licking/eating. He’s been known to shower himself and team members with toilet water, dunk his dirty and clean clothes in the toilet, throw the clean towels we’re using to clean him up in the toilet, and throw his shoes in the toilet. Rather than having to remember to bring a go bag to the restroom with us every 30 mins or having someone bring it from the classroom to the bathroom when we need to have him change clothes, I took my handy dandy hash boat gimmie to school. It has a clean towel, wipes, clean clothes, and shoes in it. If he soaks the bag, it’s water proof. If he smears poo on it, I can clean it up with “aids wipes.” There’s just not a lot my guy can do to mess up that bag or whatever we put inside it. We’ve had to use it twice last week; the first week I had the bag in place in the restroom. It’s been an absolute Godsend. Thank you! Support, prayers, and guidance from the district’s behavioral intervention team have carried me through. I honestly thought I wouldn’t like my classroom and would use it to form relationships to get into a more behaviorally functional classroom. I absolutely love these guys though and get super excited about their progress in becoming more functional adults.