Ok guy's what's in your pockets?

by greenhornet 44 Replies latest jw friends

  • jaguarbass

    I just got off work at the jail. So in my pockets I have a flashlight because I work midnights, my wallet, 3 pens, hand sanitizer, 3 sharpies, I'd badge, a hankie, a little spiral notebook, a cloth to shine my boots. a handcuff key,

  • DJK

    Coins and paper money. A wallet, two cigarette lighters, cigarettes and two sets of key rings.

  • DoomVoyager

    Something that's warm, hard, 10 inches long, and when you squeeze it, white goop comes out...

    yup, it's a tube of squeezable yogourt!

  • nomoreguilt

    Nothing ever more than folding currency and an exacto knife for work. I hate feeling encumbered with bulges in my pockets. OOOPS, some bulges are unavoidable. Not intended to be risque.


  • Dorktacular

    I have waaay too much crap in the pockets today. I've got keys, change, a pen, a flash light, a tire gauge, a zippo, a comb, a knife, chap stick, and my wallet.

  • WTWizard

    Generally I carry money, keys, and a pen. I also carry my bank card if I think I might need it.

    And none of those crapts.

  • BrentR

    Wallet, keys and memory stick to tranfer data between the home and work computer. And my trusty moose antler folder that I built.



  • lurker

    Coins pocket knife and my gratitude stone.

  • Seeker4

    I like my pockets pretty much unencumbered. Sorry, but guys with shit bulging out all their pockets look like a doofus.

    But, I always carry a small (3" closed and 5" open), thin, all steel spring-assisted pocket knife. I use it several times a day and essentially am never without a knife on me. No REAL man is. A guitar pick. Both always in my right front pocket.

    Always have a small tube of lip balm in my left pocket.

    Usually a small handkerchief in my back right pocket.

    That's it.


  • hillbilly

    Never leave without a good pocketknife.

    wallet, money clip, chapstick, keys.

    I wear a vest often.... when I do much of the pocketstuff heads topside to the vest. I spend a lot of time driving or riding a horse and it's easier to get into a vest than pants pockets.


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