You are about to enter another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone Rod Serling Tin Tote.
Imagine if you will, a lunch. Not just an ordinary lunch. A good lunch. One that you bring with you to work and all of your co-workers think it’s cool. The box and it’s contents are only for you. Only you can open the box. For when others open it, they are transported to a cornfield that resides in the intersection of nowhere and the Twilight Zone.
The cost is $12.99 from Entertainment Earth. For those in the cornfield, eternity.
I’ve never run across the term “tin tote” before. Where is this term in common usage? In the U.S. we call them lunch boxes.
I’m pretty sure the term is common in the UK.
Entertainment Earth is headquartered in the US (California), but perhaps this product originated in the UK, hence the usage of “tin tote” in the product name. I would agree that most people in the US would call this product “The Twilight Zone Rod Serling Lunch Box.”