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[User Picture]From: jeremiahblatz Date: July 12th, 2005 - 07:53 am (Link)
I often carry a backpack: when going to temple, getting groceries, or going on a trip. Both shoulders, always. Those one-shoulder backpack fools can get stuffed. Call me girly and I'll laugh at you. Other occasions I have a laptop (messenger style) bag or a one-shoulder camera bag. Both carried across the body. I have a total bag fetish, though. I have 5 bags/backpacks that I use on a weekly basis, and a bunch or other that I use from time to time. By rights, I should be "girly" but people seem to have a SWAT/ninja impression more often. *shrug*

Oh, and to round out the questions, I choose my bag based on the expected contents, not on the outfit. Although I have one that I like more than the others, mostly for aesthetic reasons, and I use it if I think I can get away with it.

And for those folks with the bags with wheels, stop being such a wuss and pick up your damn bag. I'm sick of waiting for your lazy ass on the curb and at either end of every set of stairs. You don't need all that crap, it just gets in the way of life. You could probably use the exercise, anyway. (Does not apply if you're extremely frail.)
 

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