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    Quote Originally Posted by spirilis View Post
    Wallet-

    Cards, money, change inside (I'm weird, I keep my change inside my wallet.)
    The wallet was my project for Leatherwork merit badge back in boy scouts. It's held up for probably over 13 years.
    Not too weird... I keep change in my wallet as well.. except for 50 cent pieces cause Australian 50 cent pieces are so ridiculous!

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    I don't even carry a wallet around. Only the cards I'll be needing at that point in time (never carry ID unless I know I'll be needing it and kinda forget to carry around my driver's license too sometimes...:P), keys, and the money in my pocket.

    There are a variety of reasons. 1 - I hate carrying a wallet in my jeans. 2 - If I lose my wallet, all of my important stuff and my money will be gone all at once. 3 - I dare anyone to try and pickpocket my jeans without fondling me in the process. 4- I hate carrying a wallet in my jeans. 5 - There's a reason why they invented pockets in the first place ya know?

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    I don't have one... I know, I know, I soooo need to get one right... It mite explain a few things about why I'm ALWAYS loosing stuff
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    WildHorses: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    Željko Ražnatovic: to carry your genealogical code??

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    In my wallet? Money and cards, of course: driver's licence, MasterCard, debit card, university alumni association card (used it to get a discount on tickets to a basketball game a few months ago and never bothered taking it out), ten business cards, office keycard and about $60. Oh, and my transit pass.

    'European carry-all'? I think you mean fag bag. At best murse ('man-purse').

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    I want to be one of those light-carrying practical people but I'm not.

    - cards (debit, university ID, healthcare, Paypal debit, driver's license - expired)
    - cash and large change (loonies and twonies)
    - Swiss army knife
    - passports and birth certificate, which I need to take out
    - various shopping lists
    - love note from bf where he has spelled his own name wrong - always makes me smile
    - lip gloss x3
    - Epipen
    - migraine pills, migraine injection, travel sickness pills for use in case of migraine
    - pens
    - plastic bags for dog poop
    - gum
    - emergency period supplies for self and others
    - small vial of lavender essential oil for sniffing on gross smelling metro and in times of stress
    - various perfume samples
    - crumbled dog biscuits
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    ^ please tell me you have a dog, otherwise, that's just weirdorama

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    I have 2! And it is a MAJOR faux pas here to be plastic bagless when the dog is doing its business on the sidewalk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    ..... 5 - There's a reason why they invented pockets in the first place ya know?
    To keep your hands warm!...
    ... They say that knowledge is free, and to truly acquire wisdom always comes with a price... Well then,... That will be $10, please!

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    Basic travel:
    1. Wallet
    a. Cash, usually not enough
    b. Cards (credit, AAA, gas, DL)
    c. Frozen yogurt punchcards from all over Los Angeles
    d. A few business cards
    e. Target and Bed/Bath receipts
    2. Keys w/thumbdrive
    3. Cell
    4. Notepad & minipen to jot down ideas and doodle

    Hipster travel: (included in messenger bag)
    5. 2 books
    6. Calligraphy pens and ink
    7. Journal
    8. hPDA
    9. 4-5 pens
    10. Floss
    11. Nailclipper

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    Let's take a peek:

    - 2 shot glasses
    - wallet
    - band-aids
    - swiss army knife
    - business cards
    - 5 kinds of liploss (it calms me)
    - roll of scotch tape
    - notebook for idea writing during the day
    - many elastic bands
    - pair of pliers
    - yo-yo (it lights up!)
    - package of hot chocolate mix
    - matches
    - post its
    - 3 blank thank you cards
    - batteries
    - white board marker in green
    - keys
    - highlighters!!
    - extendable umbrella
    - spare headphones
    - juice box




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