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post #1 of 51 (permalink) Old 10-29-2009, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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What's in your wallet?

Yesterday at work a guY ripped out a wallet the size of a big mac. I wonder all the time what the hell can be in there when I see these monster wallets. I can't imagine sitting on them. Hence the ? What's in your wallet? Do you have a monster? All I have is my DL, work ID, health INS, car INS, 2 credit cards, and 1 debit.

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Two credit cards, DL, pic of kid, and about $17,000 in cash.
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my DL, health INS, 1 credit cards, 1 debit card and about $100 in singles.

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Hmmm dl, foid, CC's, money, insurance card, Medic license, A large piece of aluminum and about 800 in expense receipts.

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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I have a fried that carries the "George" wallet...... I have no idea how.


Mine.... a few cards, ID, few receipts....... this and that..... nothing much.



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Where do you work again? I'll see you on your way out
CP keeps all the good stuff by the front door of his shop.
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CP keeps all the good stuff by the front door of his shop.
Yep and I hear that he will be giving jackets away some time this week

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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I keep a small wallet. Speeding ticket, State id, Disney Chase visa, work id, locomotive licence, foid card.
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i dont need a fucken wallet



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Okay....who's wallet is this


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That is jeff's. He carries the "family heirloom in it".
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my DL, health INS, 1 credit cards, 1 debit card and about $100 in singles.

Need stripper money
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Driver's license, FOID, auto & med insurance cards, 1 credit & 1 debit card, a few random business cards, some cash, and an Ace of Spades for luck.
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This wallet in front pocket.

Driver's license, health insurance card, debit card, door card for work and the little cash I carry.

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Foid Card, CTA transit card, DL, 2 debit cards, and a Credit card, cash on the other side.

I used to have the big wallet, but the g/f told me I looked like an old man with a Costanza wallet so she got me a Coach flat wallet (CC's on one side, pocket in the middle, and money clip on the other) that actually works really well. Front pocket wallets are so much more comfortable, plus safer when you're in a crowded public area.

EDIT: This is actually the exact same as mine (looking at the picture's file name), only brown leather.

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This wallet in front pocket.

Driver's license, health insurance card, debit card, door card for work and the little cash I carry.

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Pretty basic for a girl... insurance cards, license, debit card, a few frequent shopper cards, and a couple of sweet fortunes I've gotten after inhaling chinese food.
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Doctors say it's very bad to have an oversized wallet and keep it in your back pocket while sitting. It makes the spine work extra hard to keep your head aligned thus causing back problems or making the back problems you have even worse. If you have a reasonable sized walled, they say you should keep it in your front pocket.



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Doctors say it's very bad to have an oversized wallet and keep it in your back pocket while sitting. It makes the spine work extra hard to keep your head aligned thus causing back problems or making the back problems you have even worse. If you have a reasonable sized walled, they say you should keep it in your front pocket.
I carry two wallets. It is hard to fit $17,000 in just one.

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Doctors say it's very bad to have an oversized wallet and keep it in your back pocket while sitting. It makes the spine work extra hard to keep your head aligned thus causing back problems or making the back problems you have even worse. If you have a reasonable sized walled, they say you should keep it in your front pocket.
That's the reason I switched to the front pocket, money clip type. My old wallet wasn't even that thick, but after sitting at my desk for a few hours, my back would start to hurt.

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Here we go. Maybe this thread will help me clean it out.

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I carry two wallets. It is hard to fit $17,000 in just one.
i never carry my money in my wallet. my $15k is rolled up with a rubberband. :P

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Unfortunately, I am one of those folks Wingit.

License, Foid Card
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Debit Card
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Unfortunately, I am one of those folks Wingit.

License, Foid Card
Couple of CC cards
Debit Card
Staples rewards card
Dicks Sporting Goods Rewards card
Best Buy Rewards Card
CVS savings Card
Starbucks gift card
Magnetic Access key cards
Business cards for certain contacts and restaurants
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Less than $20 in cash
Insurance Cards
Make sure you include your CCC warranty card in case anything happens while you are riding.

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I try to keep it as thin as possible. (Cash goes in my front pocket)

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Make sure you include your CCC warranty card in case anything happens while you are riding.
I always carry it, it is the invisible card sitting behind the Foid card .

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