With wallets, there is always a chance of something totally unusual and peculiar ending up in one of the pockets. It can be an item that you've put inside in a moment of forgetfulness, or it could be something that has outlived its purpose but is still, for some reason, sitting in your wallet.
And this isn't just restricted to big bi-folds and tri-folds. Even slim wallets for men can get some unnecessary yet fascinating things inside them. In this post, we are looking at some weird and out-of-the-ordinary objects that you can find inside your wallet.
This one is quite popular. Many people are sentimental and nostalgic and tend to cherish the 'first' of everything. The first purchase with your own earned money, the first gas refill receipt of your own car, and so on. You get the idea.
So, while receipts, in general, are not something very unusual to be found in wallets, old and outdated receipts (which go back years or even decades) are something a little fascinating.
Is that hard to believe? Chances are that you might have done this in the past as well.
When we say 'sweets and savories', the picture that can come to mind is some cream and sauce dripping from the folds of a bi-fold wallet for men, but that's not what is meant here.
It's not very difficult to imagine people putting little packets of almonds or raisins (or anything similar) in the pouch-like pocket in their wallets. It does sound strange, but putting these types of dry little snacks somewhere inside there can be a good way to make sure that you are not separated from them every time you have to go out. When feeling a little munchy, you can just pull them them and pop some in your mouth.
If you are extra clean and careful about what goes in your pockets, you could be grimacing when reading this point, but then again, we're talking about unusual stuff.
These types of toolkits usually come in a flat shape, similar to that of a bank card, and can perform a variety of different functions like opening screws, bolts, acting as a phone stand, and so on. Some can even help you measure things and find out angles.
Keeping one of these tools on hand can be helpful, and it does fall in the category of 'something fascinating'. The good thing about them is that they can go in a front pocket wallet as well as larger ones. So, if you have a Trayvax Ascent or Axis with you, you can equip it with one of these tools for increasing utility.
Yep, that can happen as well. If your main one is a big, old tri-fold, you could manage to slip in a card case or a slim minimalist wallet in one of the large sections. Take the Original 2.0 tactical wallet by Trayvax, for example. Although it has the capacity of holding up to 15 cards, it gets very slim if it's empty. Essentially, it just becomes two plates of metal…since there is nothing in between. Being such, it's not so difficult to put it in one of the roomy pockets of a traditional billfold.
These types of objects aren't very large, so it's not a big issue getting them inside a pocketbook. The thing that makes this a bit unusual is the question of 'why?'
One possible reason why you could want to carry a flash drive around all the time is that you have some top-secret, confidential files that you don't want lying around nor do you feel safe uploading to the cloud. Or something like that. We're just speculating.
And OTGs? OTGs are what you need to hook up a USB directly to a phone instead of a computer. So, that is also something that you could need to do on a frequent basis.
There is a lot of weird stuff that people can do with their wallets. It can even be said that the personality of a person can be judged just by looking at how they treat their billfold or pocketbook.
People can even go a bit overboard and carry all sorts of unusual and strange items in their wallets. The bigger the wallets, the more things they will carry and there will be a greater chance of something abnormal (is that the right word?) ending up in them.
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