Interpretations:I Am A Grocery Bag

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Interpretation 1[edit]

A very bizzare song. Yes. Basically about Grocery bags..... I guess....???? --Walrus 15:57, November 13, 2004

Sequel to Dead[edit]

Might be the sequel to Dead...think about it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 16:57, November 25, 2004

I thought that makes sense. -- Tara 11:05, December 22, 2005
Where does it mention an expiration date? You're making things up, dude. It's a meaningless, simple song that's all! I'm surprised there'd even be an interpretations page for this one. --deathgecko (Evil Emperor of Lizards) 22:20, 22 May 2006 (CDT)
In "Dead" it says: I returned a bag of groceries acidentally taken off the shelf before the expiration date....But I don't think it's a sequel to "Dead" at all. They are totally different! "I am a Grocery Bag" seems to just be a random song made for the "family friendly" CD "NO!" —Preceding unsigned comment added by ~*suspicious change of subject*~ (talkcontribs) 04:30, July 15, 2006
Well it's similar to Dead... I dunno maybe the idea sunk in about him being a grocery bag. Because like in Dead he turned into a grocery bag, and here he is one... ~AgentChronon 12:45, August 21, 2006

Interpretation 3[edit]

That's something that always confused me about Dead. Why is a bag full of groceries sitting on a shelf with an expiration date? is it like an american thing? But I Am A Grocery Bag seems to be a more pallatable version of I Am A Human Head. Dave 14:27, November 26, 2004

I Am Not Your Broom[edit]

On the No! Tracklisting, the Broom/Wake Up/Grocery Bag could be a sequence of Broom's life. He got all mad at John, then he got a wake up call that he should leave John today, then he got thrown into a recycling center, and turned into a paper grocery bag. --Jason DeLima 05:30, 28 July 2009 (UTC)


He sounds defeated, as if the guy from dead gave up and accepted his fate —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 23:05, January 7, 2013