06-11-2012 06:59 PM
Broccoli rubber~band around wad of cash with cards tucked in. It's more or less free and ensures street cred anywhere.
LOL Been using that system for years.
06-11-2012 10:45 PM
... pink duct tape, " "Hello Kitty duct tape"
I assume you keep that in your "Rosie the riveter tool box"
06-12-2012 03:30 PM
06-12-2012 03:34 PM
IDK who Rosie the Riveter is.... either before or after my time. DOH!
06-13-2012 08:14 AM - edited 06-13-2012 08:14 AM
I've used my magic wallet for 8 years, and it's still in pristine shape. It's very functional. Holds 4 cards easily, but I stretch it to 6 on the outside and whatever you want to put in the cash part in the middle. It fits easily in my front pocket. I refuse to keep a bulky wallet, and I have refused to keep my wallet in my back pocket for years.
I think it was about $20 back when I bought it.
You can get it at most leather stores. Some brands are pricier than others.
07-21-2012 03:05 PM
I've added an AMEX BCE and Discover More to my prime collection and was thinking of buying a name brand wallet to store them. It would be my first name brand wallet because in the past ten years, I've only owned two cheap $40 wallets from Macy's. That's right, I averaged one wallet every 5 years so I don't mind spending a good amount for something that will last me a long time. Is it worth spending $300 for a Gucci or Prada wallet? Louis Vuitton seems a little too much at $500. What kind of walllets do you guys use? Doesn't matter if you are male or female.
well Im a guy and before I even got the primes I wanted a nice wallet since mine got messed up in afg. including all the cards in it.. So I decided to get a nice Gucci wallet and paid 300. and honestly its no different than anyother wallet. for 1. ppl that see it think its fake, 2. theres 6 card slots and none for photo id. but I dont regret buying it.
07-23-2012 01:28 PM
I will never use a wallet that doesn't fit comfortably in my front pocket.
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