Seen elsewhere, now my turn: ...This is between teaching Tam a little Morse Code and a trip to the garage for the backup cat water fountain and right after making notes for work. So we have a tiny Rhodia gridpad (3.3 x 4.7"), Star BKM, house keys, French-made SA military radiotelegraph key, Swiss+Tech pocketool, Japanese carpenter's knife, Mini Maglight (with LED conversion, note the endcap switch) and my everyday Kershaw knife. (Ain't innernational trade wunnerful?)
Let's see, it says I should find a story in the pile and I kind of did that, asks after the smallest item which is obvious, wants to know what's the most embarrassing item and that turns out to be my house keys since Miss Observant here had to see the photo to suss out something was m-i-s-s-i-n-g and asks if there's anything illegal in it. Not as far as I know, though an LEO who was sufficiently motivated could probably look official askance at my assisted-opening Kershaw: Indiana's got a doofy switchblade law. That knife isn't one but legitimate doubt could exist.
Just you wait 'til I do one for my purse!
What's in your pockets?
PS: Hadn't noticed the skull bead is gone from the pink lanyard on my keys. Oh, foo. Wonder if the little dude is in my purse in two parts? Update: No. Double foo!
Thanks to Ride Fast And Shoot Straight (linked above) for the meme!
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