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    EDC items

    What are your must-have every day carry items?


    Besides a watch these are usually my essentials that are with me all the time. I don't like to have pockets of stuff.


    Handmade front pocket wallet

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    Cellphone

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    Keys

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    What about you???
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    Richard

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    That's about it for me, too, although I have a little leather folding thing that holds my keys (other than the car, which I just carry loose along with the keys). It really annoys my wife sometimes--"Do you have everything you need?" "Um, yeah."

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    Don't have any pictures handy, but for me it's my:

    Wallet
    Keys
    Phone
    Lighter
    Knife
    Watch
    Medication (includes cigarettes)
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    Wallet, phone, keys. Sometimes no wallet. I wonder when we'll only carry our phone. When batteries never run out perhaps.
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    Drugs, coins, notes, phone and a banana.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    Drugs, coins, notes, phone and a banana.


    (For my hay fever silly )
    There are no £1 notes in England anymore, right? It would drive me nuts having to carry coins all the time, I absolutely hate it.
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    £2, £1, 50pence, 20pence, 10pence, 5pence, 2 pence and 1pence - all coins

    Everything below and including 5 pence is completely pointless.

    Marks and Spencer’s have a knack of being able to provide multiple 5 pence pieces in your change WHATEVER you bought and it drives me frickin’ crazy.
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    A certain je ne sais quoi...and a watch.

    Otherwise -


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    Itís not me that takes viagra, itís my car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    Everything below and including 5 pence is completely pointless.

    Yup, 5p and below goes in charity boxes. Most other coins go in parking meters, unless Iím in a pub.

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    I wonder when we'll only carry our phone. When batteries never run out perhaps.
    Never, I hope. Maybe just because I'm older, but the idea of locking/unlocking my car/house from a phone app does not appeal. Hard to see how those things can't/won't be easily hacked.

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