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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Bones, Jun 11, 2018.
Two words. Emergency pants.
An empty bottle
Like, Creedence, man....
I know. you guys never do. we have them for you, not for us.
Some years ago, a mate of mine had to prove he was a Chef - and that's why there was a roll of top-end knives in his car (safely in the boot / trunk). He was driving back from the Lake District at 2 in the morning.
My days of carrying even a small multi-function knife are gone - it's simply not worth the hassle.
a finger nail clipper because I cannot stand a lingering hangnail!
My comment was based on the 4 pages of replies that were mostly listing common items.
ahhhh... the common for the uncommon and the uncommon for the common... it could get tricky!
Don't wanna sound like a lawyer but the title was effectively your interesting essentials
Uninteresting essentials/interesting non essentials/uninteresting non essentials fall outside the brief
Now I am going to put on a horsehair wig and indict someone in court whilst writing in italicized Latin
Spare t shirt, but that's pretty common.
People seem surprised when they see I have a pair of 18" long 30 minute road flares tucked in the back seat of my pickup.
People seem to ignore reflective triangles these days....
It got tricky long before I commented. I wasn't commenting on the thread subject. I was commenting on the replies.
I've got an Ontario SP2 under the seat. Not sure of the legality... Not sure I care either.
Some people consider the flouro vest I have in my car interesting, others don’t.
What are these "knife laws" that you speak of?
Knife laws in Nebraska too?! Yikes.
Yes, how do you manage to feel like a man, without a CCW?
No need here, we just strap 'em on our belts.
I was addressing out comrades across the pond. I don't know how they even sharpen their pencils!
Not everyone would find it interesting, but I can think of one chap who was downright mesmerised by it.
So, they have some sort of knife restrictions? Do you have to be a carpenter to transport a utility knife? How does a Leatherman fit into the restrictions?