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What is in your left shirt pocket right now, if you have one?

Does anyone ever use them?!

O.O Seems to be some sort of fashion trend to have them sewn on. But who actually uses them?

..I usually just use it for my parking garage tickets for validation xD

..anything else will give me a lumpy left boob xD
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I have them when I wear flannels! But there doesn't seem to be anything in any of them, besides lint and thread from the stitching.
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XDDD Yay pocket lin!!!

We must develop a use for this. Yes. yes we do.
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Good for carrying smokes (especially soft packs), but that's about it.
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I use my shirt pocket more than any of my other pockets, actually. I sometimes even keep my wallet in there. Right now, I have a paper towel in my pocket.
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Posted 4/5/14 , edited 4/5/14

mwhitco91 wrote:

I use my shirt pocket more than any of my other pockets, actually. I sometimes even keep my wallet in there. Right now, I have a paper towel in my pocket.



They are useful! I just think they make me look weird when i have too much stuffs in there o.o


buldieb wrote:

Good for carrying smokes (especially soft packs), but that's about it.


o.o IF it works for ya, mate!



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Genius. Pure genius.
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For those who prefer other options...


Posted 4/5/14 , edited 4/5/14
I've got one hand in my pocket and the other one is flicking a cigarette.
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

For those who prefer other options...




I want my money back =/

lol.

I guess this is better idea! but to still maintain the functionality of your pocket, to have like fabric or laminated cut outs or anime characters sticking out of your pocket? XDD

Shall we collaborate?
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Usually smokes or a lighter, not much
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Ever try folding your cig pack into your shirt sleeves? :0
#greasygreaser
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wos1337 wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

For those who prefer other options...




I want my money back =/

lol.

I guess this is better idea! but to still maintain the functionality of your pocket, to have like fabric or laminated cut outs or anime characters sticking out of your pocket? XDD

Shall we collaborate?


Sorry you will have to collaborate with the ones who really created those shirts. :P

Easy enough to just fix the image over a real pocket. But I don't use shirt pockets so not having one is fine by me.


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-Gothique- wrote:

I've got one hand in my pocket and the other one is flicking a cigarette.






Doesn't matter. We will say he is regardless.
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Nothing, though they serve as an emergency pocket for when it's too inconvenient to put them in the pockets of my pants when I'm not wearing a jacket. I put tiny things in them, like nuts, bolts, and screw-driver tips that I'm about to use or hand to someone. Itty-bitty notes, too. My pants have deep pockets, to it's nice to have a more accessible option for small objects. I find that I'm less likely to lose said objects when I put them there, too.
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