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Eclectic Pockets

Postby souldelay » Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:58 pm UTC

Made in honor of Seremite's post in F/RT-
Seremite wrote:My random thought: I need to empty my pockets before my pants fall down...
I currently have in my pockets:
2 lighters
1 small box of matches
a teacandle
a thumb drive thing
three pencils
2 pens
a paper wallet with 20$ and a library card
a book (Something Wicked This Way Comes)
a notepad thing
a sparkplug
two bolts
five screws
pocket knife
leatherman
and a dog treat.

...


Post your pocket contents.

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Gojoe » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:03 pm UTC

Will I be the only normal one with only things like Wallet, cellphone, keys, ipod, glasses case... lent?
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby niko7865 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:07 pm UTC

I'm not wearing pants!
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Gojoe » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:08 pm UTC

niko7865 wrote:I'm not wearing pants!

WHOO! I am now imagining you as Calvin dancing (because of your avatar) but naked
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby souldelay » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:09 pm UTC

@gojoe- you keep a 40 day fasting in your pockets?
And no, you probably won't.

I've got:
gum wrapper
credit card
twelve pennies
and a shopping list

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby quintopia » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:12 pm UTC

this reminds me a lot of "clipboard dump" in forum games.

(my pockets are empty, i empty them whenever i'm at home)

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Seremite » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:16 pm UTC

Hahaha. I laughed for a good ten minutes reading this.

http://eclecticpockets.blogspot.com/

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Ramses IV » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:17 am UTC

"Woah. Three pocket things now! Where should we put them?

Today I have $47 dollars in my pockets, and that's it. But yesterday I had my library card and a Joker playing card.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby 3fj » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:35 am UTC

I haven't worn trousers for three days, and i tend to wear jeans for weeks at a time.

This could make for good reading:
2x £2 coin
4x £1 coin
4x 20p coin
4x 10p coin
2x 2p coin
Wallet
Keys on a ribbon
Hobo-sheque phone.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Seremite » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:36 am UTC

Ramses IV wrote:"Woah. Three pocket things now! Where should we put them?


I'll just go ahead and put them all in my pocket...

I'm sorry. I don't know where that came from. Or why.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Belial » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:58 am UTC

Pocket contents:

1x leather wallet. Contents:
-ID
-Credit Cards
-Several discount cards to various things
-Business cards to artists I found at various conventions
-Boston Transit Card
-Health Insurance Card
1x keyring with a ridiculous number of keys on it
1x magnetic key-fob for my office building
1x cellphone
1x lighter
1x Cigarette Case filled with cloves
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby souldelay » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:14 am UTC

Belial wrote:Pocket contents:

1x leather wallet. Contents:
-ID
-Credit Cards
-Several discount cards to various things
-Business cards to artists I found at various conventions
-Boston Transit Card
-Health Insurance Card
1x keyring with a ridiculous number of keys on it
1x magnetic key-fob for my office building
1x cellphone
1x lighter
1x Cigarette Case filled with cloves


Add some matches and a candle and you're *almost* up there with seremite ;)

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Sasha » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:16 am UTC

My pockets:
Keys (house and bike lock) and an HP printer pull-strip tab (from a long ink cartridge, it's a little orange and black D-shaped thing) on a grenade ring (like a split-ring only bigger) on a blue and white square lanyard I made

Cigarette case containing three and a half sticks of Orbit spearmint

Savex medicated chap-stick, vanilla-scented and half used

the Exec pen (nice big clicky-pen), green

Duct tape billfold-wallet containing my student ID, my library card, a two dollar bill and a one dollar bill, a pass entitling me to ONE (1) FREE PIECE OF PIZZA an Domino's, a piece of paper that I suspect is an old bus transfer slip (It's a piece of newsprint-type paper, faded) and a laminated reduced-fare month pass for the bus.

A Zippo lighter (Found in a dumpster and refilled for free at the local Hot Topic)

A receipt from Wal*Mart for my new bike rear-fender-racky thing

a piece of paper with the word WATCH written on it. I need a new watch.

EDIT: back pockets not included.

BACK POCKETS:
A handful or so of lint
A 1-pound coin
A fifty-cent coin
A bus schedule that I laminated
a website URL.. It's partly gone but I know it's for the Pastafarian fish template
a used chapstick
an urban spelunking map I made
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby mrbaggins » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:20 am UTC

Let's do wednesday's pockets... much more interesting

Empty match box
Wallet ($100)
House keys (2)
Work keys (50+)
Digital Camera
Red Nose Day pen
2H pencil
Small eraser
RSL Membership card
Phone
Pack of cards (Minus the 7 of hearts)
A cute girls leggings (or Tights... don't know how universal these words are)
An 8x2 piece of lego

Normally it's Wallet, phone, keys, work keys, maybe a pen.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby souldelay » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:29 am UTC

mrbaggins wrote:Let's do wednesday's pockets... much more interesting

A cute girls leggings (or Tights... don't know how universal these words are)



I want the story behind that.

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Belial » Sat Jul 26, 2008 2:03 am UTC

Oh what the hell. Because I am entertained by the idea of actually photographing the contents of my pockets:
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Edit: Hmm. Where did the key fob go....
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Seremite » Sat Jul 26, 2008 2:07 am UTC

I should start a support group for this.
Like... Pocket Stuffers Anonymous.
"12 Signs You May Be A Pocket Stuffer:
1) You have on your person 5 or more useless things...
7) You sew extra pockets to store more useless things...
12) Your trousers weigh you down...
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Unicyclist » Sat Jul 26, 2008 2:57 am UTC

back right:
wallet
folded peice of paper with assorted things written on it

front right:
4 quarters
pen
pencil
lighter
tiny squirt gun

front left:
cell phone
archos

back left:
aluminum foil

Belt loops:
Saftey pin
keys
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby ParanoidDrone » Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:04 am UTC

Wow, I feel normal compared to you guys. I only ever carry my wallet (containing cash, drivers license and other forms of ID, and my debit card), my phone, and my keys, plus whatever spare change I've accumulated over the day.

*makes note to self to add more useless junk to pockets*
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Mo0man » Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:14 am UTC

Mine pockets are empty...
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Megatriorchis » Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:41 am UTC

Wallet
House key on a shoe string
Hand sanitizer
15 cents
2 $5 bills
1 pink ink pen
MARTA receipt
Plastic fork
Bus pass
Chapstick
2 rubber bands
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby DaMullet » Sat Jul 26, 2008 8:06 am UTC

At the moment, nothing, but I tend to carry around with me when out a salt-and-pepper shaker, but filled with cayenne pepper and garlic powder.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby liza » Sat Jul 26, 2008 8:46 am UTC

I tend to wear ridiculously tight girl pants, so pocket contents are limited to maybe cash and maybe cell phone. I will list the contents of my purse though! (Quickly males, adhere to social norms and avert your eyes, lest you play a text-only version of looking through a lady's purse.)

    Miniature drug store:
  • 20 tablets of antihistamines
  • ~30 tablets of ibuprofin
  • 5 tablets of midol
Paperback American Gods, by Neil Gaiman
Rubik's cube
Package of instant oatmeal (wtf. I genuinely have no idea on that one.)
2 sheets of driving directions
2 sheets of physics notes
A pamphlet about reducing your carbon footprint
4 political pins
Tissues
Mints stolen from a restaurant
Chapstick
Eyedrops
Spare key
Set of keys I was totally looking for all day today
iPod
Cellphone
2 bottles of fabric paint (you never know when you'll need to paint fabric on the go.)
An absurdly large wad of receipts
    1 wallet containing:
  • Yet more goddamn receipts
  • Five dollar bill! Pleasant surprise - hidden under receipts.
  • Driver's license
  • Check card
  • Two years' school IDs
  • Library card
  • Six coffee cards
  • $1.69 in change

My purse is a bag of holding and I appreciate that.
This post was incentive to clean it out too, which is good.

Edit: Forgot there's another pocket in this thing. Add hand sanitizer, ~10 bobby pins, bag of dried catnip, two hairties, a toothbrush, and a small bottle of lotion to the list.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby eternal luna » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:03 am UTC

Even the non-ridiculously tight girlpants have the teeniest pockets- I can't even fit my tiny mobile in one. I do have a pair of cargo pants absolutely loaded with pockets though, and this is what I usually carry in there:

- wallet, full of: cards, receipts, coins, photos, sticker photos, fortune cookie messages, contraceptive pills, Roman coins, urinary alkaliser, and string
- mobile
- keys, with a tag stating my name and its origin, as well as a pair of Roman sandals (miniature)
- a teaspoon
- a few bags of Lady Grey and mint tea
- sometimes some sugar
- a small steak knife (for fruit. Being a vegetarian, fruit is about the manliest thing I've got to eat)
- matches
- candle stubs
- notepad
- nail scissors
- handkerchief
- chopsticks
- lip balm
- antibacterial "No-Wash" hand disinfectant thing.


... I think that's about it.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby souldelay » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:06 am UTC

Oh man. If we're listing purse contents...
Here we go:

My knitting
pattern-in-progress for said knitting
clear nail polish
mascara
tissues
cellphone
mp3player
headphones
wallet
checkbook
6 pens
3 mechanical pencils
midol
2 tampons
eyedrops
digital camera
keys (house key, keys to my mom's car, keys to my car, my mom's office key, back door key, friend's spare apartment key, safe key, lockbox key and three skeleton keys (I collect))
4 packets of craisens
7 hairties
mini-day planner
bottle opener
a rock
pill box containing two rings and a pair of earrings
matches
lighter
USB cable
hand sanitizer
screwdriver
shot glass
and a cellphone charger.
and chapstick.

Last week it had a book in it, but I finished it :(

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby michaelandjimi » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:14 am UTC

eternal luna wrote:Even the non-ridiculously tight girlpants have the teeniest pockets- I can't even fit my tiny mobile in one. I do have a pair of cargo pants absolutely loaded with pockets though, and this is what I usually carry in there:

-Stuff
... I think that's about it.
A large amount of water is also generally stashed somewhere upon your person.

In my pockets? I'm boring. I generally just have a phone and wallet, possibly money and cards and stuff.

Though once I found a live lizard in there. Still have no clue how it happened.
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Postby souldelay » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:19 am UTC

michaelandjimi wrote:
In my pockets? I'm boring. I generally just have a phone and wallet, possibly money and cards and stuff.

Though once I found a live lizard in there. Still have no clue how it happened.


I wish my pants pockets were exciting enough to attract lizards :(

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Jack Saladin » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:28 am UTC

Nothing but knives and lint.

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby michaelandjimi » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:30 am UTC

souldelay wrote:
michaelandjimi wrote:
In my pockets? I'm boring. I generally just have a phone and wallet, possibly money and cards and stuff.

Though once I found a live lizard in there. Still have no clue how it happened.
I wish my pants pockets were exciting enough to attract lizards :(
Trust me, you don't. I almost squished it from sheer surprise.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby souldelay » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:40 am UTC

Jack Saladin wrote:Nothing but knives and lint.


Plural? Are you a chef? A thug? A ninja? A NINJA CHEF? Please sate my curiosity :)

michaelandjimi wrote: Trust me, you don't. I almost squished it from sheer surprise.


That would have been a sad state of affairs. Instead of lizard, you'd be typing "lizard guts and goo. And bones."

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby jmorgan3 » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:55 am UTC

Jack Saladin wrote:Nothing but knives and lint.

I wondered how long that would take.

My Pocket Contents:
-Phone
-Keys (More knives than keys, actually. I wonder if that makes me crazy?)
---Car Key
---House Key
---Utili-key
---Leatherman Squirt
---Swiss Army Knife
-Wallet
---Tool Lite Deluxe
---Eagle Scout Card
---Debit Card
---College ID
---Periodic Table
---Various Business Cards
---Cash
---Receipts
---High School Diploma
---NC Driver License
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby SoapyHobo » Sat Jul 26, 2008 10:28 am UTC

Nothing unusual:

*Phone
*Key (with self made fob, previously having more than one key)
*USB stick
*Wallet, containing:
_-six 1st class stamps
_-student card
_-debit card
_-phone card
_-£7.50
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Shakleton » Sat Jul 26, 2008 11:33 am UTC

Pocket contents:

1. Calculator Casio fx-570-ES
2. Keys
3. Ipod Nano
4. Wallet
5. Fineliner
6. 49 Euro-cents that were not in the wallet
7. 1 piece of chalk with "X-Men" engraved on it
8. USB-Stick
9. Swiss Army knife
10. My Wall-E cinema-ticket from three weeks ago when I was in NYC (Go watch that movie. It's great!)
11. Hanky
12. Shell
13. A 2007-Calendar with the periodic table on the back 8)
14. Mind-reader-cards

If you want to put in on the blog, I'd be happy :-)
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby eternal luna » Sat Jul 26, 2008 11:46 am UTC

michaelandjimi wrote:A large amount of water is also generally stashed somewhere upon your person.

You can't deny that it's useful.

But nobody requests water from me anymore because I have a cold sore. *Sad panda* I like being helpful.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby michaelandjimi » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:06 pm UTC

eternal luna wrote:
michaelandjimi wrote:A large amount of water is also generally stashed somewhere upon your person.

You can't deny that it's useful.

But nobody requests water from me anymore because I have a cold sore. *Sad panda* I like being helpful.
Oh, luna, won't you please give me some water?
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby MoonBuggy » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:06 pm UTC

My pockets are almost entirely tragically uninteresting:
-Phone (rather old but, IMO, rather cool)
-Approximately £3 in assorted loose change
-Wallet (Debit card, credit card, various other cards, £10)
-House keys
-Small vial of radioactive material
-Bottle opener
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby eternal luna » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:10 pm UTC

Of course :D *tips water into m&j's mouth to sooth his parched throat, careful not to let the bottle touch his lips*

Seriously, though, people don't know anything about cold sores. "Neck herpes"? Really?

Besides, I'm hurt that people would think that I'm callous enough to disregard the risk of transmission. Bah.
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Jack Saladin » Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:33 pm UTC

Just so you know, cold sores are indeed herpes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_sore# ... _infection

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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby Shakleton » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:19 pm UTC



You call THAT uninteresting? This is about the coolest gadget I have seen all YEAR, no all DECADE! Oh me yarm! I desperately need one of those!

"Hey, Shakleton, what's that green glowing stuff on your belt there?"
"What? Oh, that's just some radioactive Tritium..."
"Whooo, hey, wtf? DoesN't that blow up any second?"

OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG! I NEED THIS NOW!
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Re: Eclectic Pockets

Postby LE4dGOLEM » Sat Jul 26, 2008 2:08 pm UTC

Front Left: Mobile. Nothing.
back pockets: nothing. But I'm going out in a minute to top up my phone, so the card'll be in there. Nothing.
Front Right: very folded up bus ticket and a sweet wrapper. Usually I'll have my flash drive in there as well, but it's plugged into the computer.
Front Right inner: nothing. Sometimes it's where I'd keep the bus tickets or coins, but it's awkward to get things out of, so usually not. A tenner.

Nowhere near as jam-packed as yous guise. When it was still term-time I'd have all manner of folded pieces of A4 paper (and for some time, even an A3). Song lyrics, drawings, letters that should have been handed in ages ago, homework...
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