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Member Rara Avis
since 06-15-99
Posts 7276
Mobile, AL

25 posted 01-24-2001 04:12 PM       View Profile for Temptress   Email Temptress   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Temptress

Lady DeVine!   Don't worry 'bout me! The purse is medium sized actually, but I'm really good at making use of ALL space.  
I carry all the other important stuff in my day planner.   Laters!

Ron! might be on to something here. I could just give makeovers right out of my purse! ohh...lets see..also manicures, pedicures...anyone for a little aroma therapy or a beautiful false tatoo?
*points Ron to the chair of honor*  

Hmm...This morning I added one bottle of Jessica McClintok perfume and a few pens!
Its gettin' kind of crowded in there!
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since 06-05-99
Posts 612
Callington, Cornwall, England

26 posted 01-24-2001 04:41 PM       View Profile for Colin   Email Colin   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Colin

I've got these amazing things called "pockets" that I use to cram all sorts of things into. Here's a list for you.

left shirt pocket:
a tub of vicks

right shirt pocket:
a cigarette lighter
one pack of cigarette papers

top left trouser pocket:
pouch of rolling tobacco
severly crumpled £5 note

bottom left trouser pocket
wallet containing
                  4 ID cards,
                  Automobile Association membership card,
                  8 assorted receipts
                  debit card
                  some business cards (wrinkled)
                  not enough money.
mobile phone.

top right trouser pocket:
car keys
another cigarette lighter
a large handfull of small change

bottom right trouser pocket:
a pruning saw.

back trouser pocket:
a chocolate bar wrapper.

oh and all the pockets have got varying amounts of sawdust in the bottom of them    

Suburbia is where the developer bulldozes out the trees, then names the streets after them. - Bill Vaughan

[This message has been edited by Colin (edited 01-24-2001).]
Member Rara Avis
since 05-19-99
Posts 9708
Michigan, US

27 posted 01-24-2001 06:14 PM       View Profile for Ron   Email Ron   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Ron's Home Page   View IP for Ron

Unlike my English compatriot, I absolutely hate have anything in a pocket. I'm sure that's a holdover from my military days (Marines do NOT have little bulges, though I'm told big bulges are acceptable). I might carry paper money in my right trouser pocket, but that rarely qualifies as a true bulge. I never carry coins, both because of the bulge and the fear people will hear me coming.

My key chain includes a quick-release hook, which attaches to either my camera bag or fanny pack (or the shiny metal bars of a shopping cart). The bulk of the camera bag is consumed by the latest paperback, leaving just enough room for my wallet and, sometimes, a check book. The little pocket designed for camera lenses holds emergency aspirins and the like. A pen and a dozen 4x5 index cards for quick notes (not ruled, of course) pretty much rounds out the inventory.

I travel light. Something anyone who drives a Miata learns to do very quickly.
Member Seraphic
since 05-20-99
Posts 24426
Cape Cod Massachusetts USA

28 posted 01-24-2001 07:21 PM       View Profile for Nan   Email Nan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nan's Home Page   View IP for Nan

Ron neglects to mention that he also carries bungie cords - in case the inventory expands to the point where he can't fit it inside the Miata... Then he puts the top down... and straps everything on the top... Oh...and he prays that it doesn't rain... If it does, of course - there's another whole puddle-jumping story to be told....  
Janet Marie
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29 posted 01-24-2001 07:43 PM       View Profile for Janet Marie   Email Janet Marie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Janet Marie

when I can stop laughing at some of these threads

and us moths travel light ...

flame proof mascara and a couple of *winkiewinkies*     

actually....around here my purse is affectionately known as..
"the dumpster with straps"..
so I will spare you  
later-clean out your purse-gators


"she calls me baby ...
she calls everbody baaaaby".
~jc mellencamp~  

[This message has been edited by Janet Marie (edited 01-24-2001).]
Elizabeth Cor
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since 10-13-2000
Posts 906
Oregon (yeah!)

30 posted 01-25-2001 08:45 AM       View Profile for Elizabeth Cor   Email Elizabeth Cor   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Elizabeth Cor

Doreen, what are you laughing at?
I’m just glad I found out why that thing was so heavy (and what kept turning the ‘toy’ on… heh heh heh)

Hey, Nic, do you carry that Lego man around as a threat?
Nicole whips out Lego man in front of annoying co-worker
“See THIS? The LEGS are in my TRUNK!”

I can’t decide which would make me like you more:
That image or the Linux manual; Red Hat, none the less.

psst… btw, where did you get the honey lip gloss?

stated by an official member of:

They have flameproof mascara!?!?! And to think all this time I’ve been mixing asbestos in with my Great Lash! Where do I find this stuff? …Or is it only in miniature size?
Of course this seems silly.. but understand this is from the girl that has a scar running from her cheek to her upper lip made by dental floss… and no, you don’t want to ask.

The dead hamster came from the ex as well, I think.

Dumpster with straps… heh heh heh.


Auntie Em, Hate you, hate Kansas, taking the dog.

[This message has been edited by Elizabeth Cor (edited 01-25-2001).]
Janet Marie
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31 posted 01-25-2001 12:31 PM       View Profile for Janet Marie   Email Janet Marie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Janet Marie

Beth ...
you can find it a Moths R Us ...
comes in several asst. sizes ...
including industrial strength in a 50 gallon drum ...
recomended for moths who fly too low around poetry sites  

you can find it in the isle by the electric bug zappers....
you know...the ones with the pretty blue light ...
which explains the scars on my face   LOL
but hey...I aint complaining...
me lashes still look good  
... hardly singed at all.

later-flying into the flame-gators

"she calls me baby ...
she calls everybody baaaaby".
~jc mellencamp~ ;)

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since 06-23-99
Posts 1896

32 posted 01-25-2001 02:09 PM       View Profile for Nicole   Email Nicole   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Nicole

Dental floss?  Oh sweet Beth...bless...a kindred spirit!     The lego man is an offering to the Linux gods; I hear hackers like legos.  hehehe (all I reeeeealy want is to install.a.plug-in...grrrrr)  I'm drowning, heeelp.  Signed: a brainwashed Windows user

The lip gloss!  Oooohhhh...lovely find - I was at Nature's a couple nights ago, and found it sitting in a box next to the register.  It has a little hint of mint in it - and once you get used to the .. unusual honey smell, then you're good to go.

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since 07-31-99
Posts 3167
United Kingdom

33 posted 01-25-2001 04:51 PM       View Profile for RainbowGirl   Email RainbowGirl   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit RainbowGirl's Home Page   View IP for RainbowGirl

Well seeing as my purse was next to me I thought I'd answer this but I got as far as Ron's post and.....

"(Marines do NOT have little bulges, though I'm told big bulges are acceptable"

I can't stop laughing enough to look, so I'll come back and edit later...ROFLMAO !!!

ps: in my current frame of mind I'm not even going to attempt to quote the rest of that paragraph ... *wg*

[This message has been edited by RainbowGirl (edited 01-25-2001).]
Poet deVine
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since 05-26-99
Posts 25869
Hurricane Alley

34 posted 01-25-2001 08:25 PM       View Profile for Poet deVine   Email Poet deVine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Poet deVine

Cindy and Ron:

I guess the 'Battle of the Bulge' was NOT about World War II???????

dreamer1 12 5 24
since 12-11-2000
Posts 172
crossing between

35 posted 01-26-2001 01:29 AM       View Profile for dreamer1 12 5 24   Email dreamer1 12 5 24   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for dreamer1 12 5 24

In my purse? Don't have one. I don't have a wallet, and I don't carry anything in my pockets except money occationally. I don't have a backpack. So why am I posting you ask?
Well, in my locker at school, I have...

-a pair of moldy gym socks  

-a pair of shorts that got a rip in the bottom of the left leg after being chased by a dog on my gym run :{

-a poster for dead day

-many many many many many many crumpled papers

-lunch containers from september

-food that fell out of those lunch containers in september  

-a body (I think it used to be mine. No, wait... ah, I'm confused!)

....peace as a primary objective is dangerous because it implies that we would sacrifice anything for the sake of it....
Robert Kaplan
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