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What pockets do you use for what?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Herring Oct 24, 2010. 46 Replies

As men, we tend to carry certain items in certain pockets when leaving the house each day.For me, my cell phone has to go in my front left pocket, eye glasses cleaning rag in the front right, and…Continue

 

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Andrew Herring replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Front left: Pocket knife, keys, carmex, pen Front right: cell phone Back left: handkercheif can of skoal Back right: wallet"
Oct 24, 2010
Dave Parker replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Front right - $$/receipt/whatever I picked up Front left - Buck 110 knife Back right - Wallet Back left - Personal use phone, sometimes a hankie Keys on a belt loop on my back right side. Work phone in a holster on my right side."
Oct 10, 2010
Orion Mervin M. Yoshida replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Cool"
Oct 10, 2010
Orion Mervin M. Yoshida replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"right pocket ...Keys, Cellphone, Hanky left pocket... earphone,Contact lens case and solution Back left pocket... Wallet"
Oct 10, 2010
Kenny replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"95% of the time, my trousers are filled as follows: Front right - hanky, any loose change, keys Front left - wallet, phone Back left - spare hanky, chewing gum Back right - Often a pack of magic cards, my camera, notes This is the same no matter…"
Oct 10, 2010
Jeff replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Thanks I wasn't expecting a photo! That looks just like the one my grandad carried."
Oct 2, 2010
Max replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"I carry a Westclox Pocket Ben, I do not know what year it is but it seems kind of old. I like very simple watches so this one fit the bill. It was also only $10 on ebay. Here is a picture of it. I love it! I have been looking for a chain for it but…"
Oct 2, 2010
John replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Let me see... Left pocket keys if I am wearing my bag with books and stuff, otherwise always the right pocket. Left pocket always for cash and nail clippers. If I carry a knife it goes in my right pocket, since it has a nice clip on that side. Back…"
Oct 1, 2010
Jon Taylor replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"I actually don't have any money."
Oct 1, 2010
Jeff replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Out of curiosity, what kind of pocket watch do you carry? I’ve seen some very nice contemporary watches around, and some antiques that are sharp, but wonder what a practical pocket watch would be."
Sep 30, 2010
Max replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"average day pocket watch pocket: pocket watch front right: phone, pipe, matches, pen front left: keys, ipod, tobacco back right: wallet back left: moleskine Shirt pocket: post it note, phone While riding my bike pocket watch pocket: pocket…"
Sep 30, 2010
Jon Taylor replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"I carry $200 in the left front, $1,400 in the left rear, $800 in the front right, and $16 in the rear right. My shirt pocket carries $70. I use a money belt under my shirt for the rest of my cash."
Sep 30, 2010
Cameron Pearson commented on Phillip Taylor's blog post Men - which pockets do you use for what?
"Wallet jacket (left, inside breast,) iPhone - right hand, Opinel 5" pocket knife right breast pocket, keys right rear pants pocket, hanky - left breast jacket pocket (front)"
Sep 30, 2010
Jeff replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Right front pocket- Fisher Space Pen, change for one newspaper and bag of sunflower seeds, plastic holder for industrial ear plugs/plugs Left front pocket- reading glasses hard case, cell phone (about half the time), keys, Back right pocket- wallet,…"
Sep 29, 2010
Bryan Jackson replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Back Right: Wallet Back Left: Notebook (or wrench and gloves, if I'm at work) Front Right: Pen, pencil, pocket knife, and keys if I have noplace else to set them down Front Left: Cell phone, receipts, notes to self, lists, other miscellaneous…"
Sep 28, 2010
Matthew Rebelo replied to Phillip Taylor's discussion What pockets do you use for what?
"Front - Left ... Keys Front - Right ... Cell Phone Back - Right ... Wallet Back - Left ... Pocket Notebook"
Sep 28, 2010

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Men - which pockets do you use for what?

Posted on September 24, 2010 at 1:46pm 3 Comments

As men, we tend to carry certain items in certain pockets when leaving the house each day.

For me, my cell phone has to go in my front left pocket, eye glasses cleaning rag in the front right, and drivers license and receipts neatly filed in the back right.

I don’t carry a wallet.

And no cramming the keys in any of my pants pockets.

Other items, such as mints or gum also go in the front right. Any special notes given to me throughout the day are filed…

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At 10:35pm on July 21, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Welcome aboard, Phillip. If you have any questions or comments, don't hesitate to let me know.
At 9:21pm on July 19, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Phillip. Welcome to AoM! Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
 
 
 

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