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Old 08-28-2014, 09:26 PM   #57
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Sorry but I wouldn't get caught dead carrying a murse, purse, satchel or whatever. If it can't clip to my belt somehow I leave it at the RV.
When my wife asks me to hold her purse, I hold it like a dead rat. LOL

That's just me, I see all kinds of guys using various items. Just won't be me.
We real men staple things to our waist... right - yeah - that's the ticket.

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Old 08-28-2014, 09:36 PM   #58
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Five pages in one day! Wow, didn't know Rv fashion was so popular.

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It think it is a little easier on the digestive system if men would call it a manpak instead of a man purse. I don't care if it is yellow in color with orange flowers, just call it a manpak
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Old 08-29-2014, 09:51 AM   #60
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Five pages in one day! Wow, didn't know Rv fashion was so popular.
Hmm wonder if I can get a ManPack in the same colors and swooshes as my coach to coordinate. The carpet has to match the drapes!
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Hmm wonder if I can get a ManPack in the same colors and swooshes as my coach to coordinate. The carpet has to match the drapes!

You would look smashing if you could get Pumps to match ! ;-) ;-)
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Do they still have "fanny packs"? I have a couple and I use them to keep my hands free. I don't like carrying a purse and I am female. The fanny pack is secured around my waist, has several pockets, and looks great!

Look for one of those if you want your hands free. Otherwise, I agree with the back pack for bigger loads.

I also do not carry anything in my purse (when I carry it) for my husband. If he wants extra stuff he can carry it himself or get a bag.

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As long as you aren't painting your fingernails, I don't see a problem......

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