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What's in your man bag?

#2
A man.
 

Goatman

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#3
Passport, driving licence, ESTA doc, foreign travel wallet with about twenty Euros in it. In my family it was always referred to as a 'duckie bag' - only comes out if Im in France. :)

Broken zip but it works.
 
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#4
Testicles.
 
#5
Not got one you great Puffta.

However when Im in hot climates and cant wear a jacket I do have a very small shouldered day pack , not a man bag.
 
#8
I've got wallet, phones (plural, badboy for life), pen, Bluetooth earphones, sunglasses and rail card.

This is the future our ancestors wanted for us.
 
#11
for several arrsers it's going to be poo. It's not a man bag, it's a colostomy
 

Joker62

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#15
Most of the stuff mentioned above (apart form Dingerr's colection), passport, fags, phones etc, I carry in my coat or trouser pockets so have no need of a man bag. I do, however, have a go bag for when my ticker plays up, containg spare medication, spare pairs of shorts, spare t-shirts, my Samsung tablet, chargers for phone and tablet, spare trainers, spare wash kit and reading material, just in case it's an overnight stay or longer.
 
#17
Most of the stuff mentioned above (apart form Dingerr's colection), passport, fags, phones etc, I carry in my coat or trouser pockets so have no need of a man bag. I do, however, have a go bag for when my ticker plays up, containg spare medication, spare pairs of shorts, spare t-shirts, my Samsung tablet, chargers for phone and tablet, spare trainers, spare wash kit and reading material, just in case it's an overnight stay or longer.
Don't forget the Astroglide.
 
#19
Passport, driving licence, ESTA doc, foreign travel wallet with about twenty Euros in it. In my family it was always referred to as a 'duckie bag' - only comes out if Im in France. :)

Broken zip but it works.
My Dad's was referred to as 'The poofter bag' containing the sundries required for a smooth holiday; all the passports, cash and travellers checks in one, easily-to-steal/lose bag complete with a small strap to dangle it off his wrist every summer from the 80's to mid 90's. Fecking madness not mention the shame.
 

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