Of course I'm not going to buy one and use it 'seriously'. But once upon a time you have to admit they sold a lot of them. There are people in my family that still use them; when we go visit for christmas or whatever someone always has one. It got me to thinking what kind of exposure controls they use. My dad used to keep one in his glove box for evidence in case of car crashes. And I have one in my tackle box for taking pictures of trophy fish (it's probably expired by now). They are perfect for stuff like that.
I know the trip 35 has only two shutter speeds, but I'm not sure if disposables have any AE capabilities at all. Perhaps back in their heyday there were more complicated ones?
Really, how do you get the film out? And reload them? I always looked at them and didn't really see a way.Remember they're not really disposable. Don't throw them out when you've finished the film!