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Old 08-27-2014, 02:35 PM   #15
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" 2 cell phones, my iPad, wifi hotspot," take one and throw away the extras, you do not need everything and the kitchen sink. "quarters for car washes" you must be making fun of somebody? Walking around with a purse it will get stolen and you will have nothing. No cell phone, no money, no passport. Wallet in one pocket and pistol in other and still have room for keys in another anything else you do not need, you want but not need.
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"Some" men where ear rings, or pony tails, makeup, and go in for a wax. So if you want to carry a purse, do so and don't worry about what anybody thinks, me thinks!

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Old 08-27-2014, 02:51 PM   #17
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“It's not a man purse, its a satchel. Indiana Jones has one. ”


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Old 08-27-2014, 02:55 PM   #18
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As the pope said:"Who am I to judge?"

If you want to carry one, go for it.

On the other side of the coin, my wife carries my wallet, and I don't even wear a watch!
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Old 08-27-2014, 02:59 PM   #19
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So I have become the object of my B&C ridicule because I started taking a bag with me.. I have way too much stuff I carry and my pants were falling down. 2 cell phones, my iPad, wifi hotspot, tic tacs, gum, a huge key chain, cigarettes, lighter, wallet and other nessities when we are out sight seeing. Whats the big deal? its a cute little Airstream bag, nothing flashy or anything like that. I don't understand? Am I the only guy that prefers to not look like I have a kitchen sink in his pockets?
I got a great messenger bag from STM & then found a really nice leather one on ebags dirt cheap ($59 closeout) Both have more than enough room for iPad, iPhone, keys, and a bunch of other stuff with out looking girly or bulky (the leather one is getting nice and distressed now and I like it over the codura STM bag!)

I can wear them cross body and they ride on my hip and are really almost unnoticeable

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Ladies, ladies.....Lets not get our panties in a bunch over this......

Me, I keep all my personals in the cab of my truck....I keep my thin wallet (no money in it anyways) and my truck keys in my pocket...thats it...The wife is in charge of the cell...I hate that thing
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I often carry one or two bats. One has primarily technology stuff. The other is food, for the limited and very specific diet I eat. Don't much care what others think.
Bats? Pickup ball game as you walk along? Or to

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" 2 cell phones, my iPad, wifi hotspot," take one and throw away the extras, you do not need everything and the kitchen sink. "quarters for car washes" you must be making fun of somebody? Walking around with a purse it will get stolen and you will have nothing. No cell phone, no money, no passport. Wallet in one pocket and pistol in other and still have room for keys in another anything else you do not need, you want but not need.

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Ladies, ladies.....Lets not get our panties in a bunch over this......

Me, I keep all my personals in the cab of my truck....I keep my thin wallet (no money in it anyways) and my truck keys in my pocket...thats it...The wife is in charge of the cell...I hate that thing
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If Matthew McConaughey can carry a fanny pack...a "Murse" sounds like an even better idea

See:
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Bags not bats. Darn autocomplete...
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A purse is a purse no matter what name you give it.

That being said my husband actually uses one of my old purses to carry all his extra things.
He also gets his eyebrows waxed, no uni brow in this house thank you.
He's coloured his hair blue, green and magenta before at different times. His job actually puts in orders for his next hair colour.
He also has his nails done. His job is always amused and is fine with all the wacky colours and designs.
He has 3 ear rings in each ear. As long as they aren't hanging to get into the machines work does not care.
He also cooks, cleans, does stage combat, acting, musician and works on robotics for his "real" job at Northrop Grumman.

You carry and do what you want. Life is too short for someone else to tell you how to live your life. They don't pay for you so don't listen to them.
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I never carry much. Cell in back pocket. Wallet in other back pocket. Smokes in shirt pocket. Lighter and change in front pocket. Thats it. Any extras go in the wife's bag.
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So I have become the object of my B&C ridicule because I started taking a bag with me.. I have way too much stuff I carry and my pants were falling down. 2 cell phones, my iPad, wifi hotspot, tic tacs, gum, a huge key chain, cigarettes, lighter, wallet and other nessities when we are out sight seeing. Whats the big deal? its a cute little Airstream bag, nothing flashy or anything like that. I don't understand? Am I the only guy that prefers to not look like I have a kitchen sink in his pockets?

CUTE ???????
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LOL, thanks for all the comments, I dont think I have had a post get this many so fast.. I'll show the B&C this thread and it is socially acceptable, though I may look into a Messenger bag. I saw a few in the provided link, perhaps a camo pattern :-)
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