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    Wallet
    Keys
    Mp3 player
    Cell Phone
    Watch
    Knife
    Lighter

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    i forgot to mention something.

    i carry a full orchestra should the need for a romantic situation arrise.
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    hate to break it to you but a fair few female wouldn't know the meaning of romantic anymore.

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    Ahh, but the few who do would make it all worthwhile!
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeOfEo
    Ugh don't make me go off on my ipod rant. Nomads are just as good and a lot less $$$.

    My nomad is a tank, I have dropped it on cement 2 times and It has survived one car accident (it cracked the windsheild of my truck infact)
    Okay I won't I won't! I didn't even ask for an ipod...specifically. What I believe I asked for was an mp3 player. And my parents are...commercially inclined. If they see a commercial for it, it must be the best thing out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by eagle
    hate to break it to you but a fair few female wouldn't know the meaning of romantic anymore.
    I doubt it. Almost all of my friends (including myself) are hopelessly enslaved to romanticism. If a guy is romantic...sigh.
    Last edited by hooloovoo24; 04-28-2005 at 11:48 AM.
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooloovoo24
    I doubt it. Almost all of my friends (including myself) are hopelessly enslaved to romanticism. If a guy is romantic...sigh.
    i win!
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by MstrBob
    I wouldn't leave my strat in the car, besides the fact I'm strumming it constantly, I wouldn't trust it there. Regardless of wether I have a guitar or intend to do anything guitar-related, I have a pick in my pocket. It actually can come in handy.
    I don't have a case atm which is the bad thing so I have had to take my strat out of my trunk.

    I keep a few picks in my wallet too btw... if I do not keep them in the zipper part of my wallet I loose them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhsunderground
    i win!
    I said nothing about an orchestra-on-demand being romantic, though...
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooloovoo24
    I said nothing about an orchestra-on-demand being romantic, though...
    dammit. i lose.
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    Replace CD Player on my list with an iPod now. I love it when people give me gifts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhsunderground
    dammit. i lose.
    It's okay, just because I didn't say it, doesn't mean I didn't think it. So...everyone wins? Or everyone loses? I've confused myself. Nevermind.
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooloovoo24
    Or everyone loses?
    Yeah, that sounds about right.
    Every fight is a food fight when you’re a cannibal.

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    okay, thanks for clearing things up. Like I said, anytime something romantic comes around...sigh. Dangit! I gotta stop doing that! Anyway, add a towel to my list of items. Saw hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy friday. Me and my friends ended up all wearing bathrobes to the theaters for opening day. It was awesome.
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MstrBob
    I wouldn't leave my strat in the car, besides the fact I'm strumming it constantly, I wouldn't trust it there. Regardless of wether I have a guitar or intend to do anything guitar-related, I have a pick in my pocket. It actually can come in handy.
    My only issue is that it could cause the pad to bubble if I leave it in there. But usually I take the thing out of my car when I go inside school... well I have been lately. Cos school is a joke right now cos finals are over.

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    I take

    * keys (house, car, work, other work, garage, padlock)
    * wallet (usaually got $200+)
    * Phone
    * Ventolin Inhaler
    * a few pens
    * a car load of tools (chainsaws, demo saws, jacks, jemmy/crow bars, axe, spanners, hammers, fuses, detonators, wire rope)


    Lol @ all you wankers who carry Knives (i asume for protection from bad people).. I got 2 good fists and no fear (coupled with a several years of unarmed combat).... I hate violence though so don't start any with me (cause I'll kick your arse then stab you with your own knife, which you were stupid enough to give me from your crumpled broken hand/arm)
    It is not the wealth of a man which will decide his virtue, it is the virtue of a man which will decide his wealth.

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    I totally agree with Jeff.
    Quote Originally Posted by pcthug
    I totally agree with Jeff.

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