I've got more stuff than I initially said in my wallet, I just concentrated on the stuff that made me a Player. Friend of the Tate membership doesn't make me a player, nor does a Sunday Times wine Club handy credit card sized vintage guide.
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You all must be selectively leaving stuff out, right? My wallet is stuffed w/crap:
7 credit cards (three personal, four business) 2 personal ATM cards 1 biz ATM card driver's license random receipts a winning lottery ticket ($2) the same insurance cards and BJs membership froop has business cards for: my landlord, a hairstylist (or two or three), my chiropractor, a cleaning service, and the local police (from when my studio was vandalized) a handful of doctor's appointment reminder cards (for me and the girls) my law school alumni card old overnight postage tracking forms
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Smile Visa debit card Amex Blue card, which is transparent and looks coll Egg Visa card Citi Platimun Visa card Driving Licence Business card from Drayton Tyres and Exhausts One Day Travelcard dated 04.08.08 AA membership card Barclaycard Cashback Mastercard Oyster Card Nectar Card NI Card Business Card from Le Touquet restaurant "Bleu, Blanc, Mer" Piece of paper with some security codes on it. Cannot recall what they are for. Assorted receipts from Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. From the past month or so Small passport photo of Nightowl £12.03 15 Danish Kroner 1 completely useless Austrian Schilling
We all prisoners, chickee-baby. We all locked in.
For 'wallet', read 'handbag' - I have one of those ones with slots for credit cards and so on so I don't have a separate wallet, I have the following, complete and uncensored, items:
Outer zip pocket: Two tickets for Ross Noble on Sunday £10 M&S voucher inexplicably sent by credit card company as some sort of loyalty bonus. Boots discount voucher Silver purse with £7.13 in change Lime & orange Tictacs
Inside flap pocket: £215 in notes Hairdresser appointment card Receipt for watch left with jewellers for new battery
Inside credit card bit: Lloyds TSB cashpoint card American Express credit card Barclaycard Cashback credit card AA membership card Boots Advantage card David Lloyd membership card Nectar card Matalan membership card (*shame*) National Trust membership card (not so much old skool as just old)
In zip pocket: Sheet of 16 1st class stamps left from Christmas cards, folded Ski Club of Great Britain membership card LiveNation LiveCard membership card Bristol Library card Blockbuster membership card John Lewis card 8Gb USB stick
In flap pocket: Mirror Half an emery board
In main section: Bunch of keys Small Bodyshop hairbrush Ventolin inhaler Lip gloss tube ExtraIce spearmint mints tin Vaseline Rose Lip Therapy tin Avon lip gloss (Rhinestone Rose) Concealer pot Gaviscon Cool tablets mini-tub Pocket tissues pack Scrap of paper with shopping list for tonight
In concealed zip pocket at back of main section: 2 green Tampax tampons Strip of 6 ranitidine tables (generic) Strip with 5 remaining hayfever tablets (generic) Strip with 8 paracetomol tablets (generic)
all of this is in a handbag approx 16cm x 16cm x 8cm.
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I think all matter generates a gravitational field, but a handbag would have to be incredibly dense in order for it to be demonstrable this close to the gravitational pull of Earth itself. In fact, I'm not sure that an object this close to Earth could ever have a gravitational pull of its own.