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What' in your wallet

Postby Chocolate Fan » Tue Feb 26, 2008 10:56 pm

Just for fun, post what is currently in your wallet/purse/whatever you call the plave you keep money and cards.

I have:

2 GBP 86p in change
A tenner, a twenty and a fiver
A NXEC Buffet receipt
A Somerfield receipt
Young Persons Railcard
Used rail ticket and seat reservations Coatbridge-Edinburgh
Used rail ticket and seat reservations Edinburgh-Aberdeen
Unused tickets + reservations for the return journeys
School Bus Pass
Bank Card
Parent's Credit Card (for a hotel confirmation)
Hotel booking confirmation

So... what's in your wallet? (Yes, I am very bored!)
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby Dorset Girl » Tue Feb 26, 2008 10:57 pm

Chocolate Fan wrote:what's in your wallet?


Isn't that the slogan for Capital One? ;)
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Postby Wezzo » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:05 pm

7p.

Yeah, I don't really use my wallet.. :)
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby Agides » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:07 pm

Chocolate Fan wrote:So... what's in your wallet?

A load of old receipts and out of date coupons, as it happens - I'm going to have to sort it out now!! :oops:
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Postby woggle » Wed Feb 27, 2008 2:59 pm

right now

£2.56p
bank card
very old shopping list from last week i think
blockbuster card

and my driving licence from when i had a moped 12 years ago its a bit tatty to say the least but its the only bit of identification i have so i kept it....... mainly to show people who think im bloomin not old enough like trying to buy a 18 certificate dvd which happend a while ago
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Postby !Amz! » Wed Feb 27, 2008 10:22 pm

I don't have a wallet, but in my purse I have:

No money - I spent my last tenner ordering flowers for my Mum's birthday.
Validate card
Vodafone top-up card
Library card
Natwest card
Picture of my cat
Old cinema ticket
Boots Advantage card
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Postby JT » Thu Feb 28, 2008 8:34 am

Not enough money.
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Postby Moon-Crane » Thu Feb 28, 2008 11:43 am

JT wrote:Not enough money.


:D Ain't that the truth!

4 Credit Cards, 2 Bank Cards, various business cards, a book of stamps, 2 x £10 notes, and a 10 Hong Kong Dollar note.
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Postby Dorset Girl » Thu Feb 28, 2008 7:40 pm

£7.73
A door key
An ultrasound photograph token (don't ask!)
Lai Hoo Chinese restaurant receipt
Uni staff card
NUS card
Provisional driving licence
4 bank cards / credit cards
Boots Advantage card
Wilts & Dorset free travel pass
Haven Funworks pass 2007 :oops:
Tesco clubcard, Nectar card
Maternity Prescription charges exemption card
Return rail ticket to Basingstoke
Photo of my friends and I pissed in Walkabout
A laminated four-leaf clover
A secret photo hidden in a secret pocket that only I know about. :D

Blimey, that's quite a list!
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Postby woggle » Thu Feb 28, 2008 7:53 pm

damn thats a big ass wallet/purse ......................sure its not a suitcase :D
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Postby !Amz! » Thu Feb 28, 2008 7:59 pm

I would now also like to add National Insurance number card to my list :D
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Postby Agides » Thu Feb 28, 2008 9:13 pm

Now I've sorted the rubbish out of my purse, I'm less ashamed of posting on this thread!!
Donor card
Breakdown card
Bank card
Credit card
NT membership cards
Library card
Book of stamps
Receipt for an exorbitant amount of money spent in my favourite shop that I'm trying to hide from Mr A!!
2 business cards
An earring
Emergency tenner
£2.55 in change
£20 note
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Postby JT » Fri Feb 29, 2008 8:12 am

Moon-Crane wrote:
JT wrote:Not enough money.


:D Ain't that the truth!

4 Credit Cards, 2 Bank Cards, various business cards, a book of stamps, 2 x £10 notes, and a 10 Hong Kong Dollar note.


Why do so many people have so many credit cards? I use one as a mere payment system. If i can't pay in cash or the slimmest of credit extension, then I don't buy.
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Postby Moon-Crane » Fri Feb 29, 2008 11:19 am

JT wrote:
Moon-Crane wrote:
JT wrote:Not enough money.


:D Ain't that the truth!

4 Credit Cards, 2 Bank Cards, various business cards, a book of stamps, 2 x £10 notes, and a 10 Hong Kong Dollar note.


Why do so many people have so many credit cards? I use one as a mere payment system. If i can't pay in cash or the slimmest of credit extension, then I don't buy.


Because they offer different things and have accumulated by taking out handy offers at the time. One is a business credit card, the others are Mastercard, Visa and AmEx and offer discounts and cashback options if used in certain stores. One still has 11 months interest free left on it in case of emergencies. I don't carry around a lot of cash and CC's are more secure protection for buying goods than a debit card or paying cash anyway. Doesn't cost me anything to have any of them and they cover the bases.
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Postby ouroboros » Wed Mar 05, 2008 12:25 am

Ooh fun only just noticed this

Ok, just got back from the pub so money: 44p

Other:

Cash withdrawal receipt
Front door keys on key ring attached to zip
The Japanese Shop business card
'What is a Unit?' card from Alcohol Awareness stand at work
NHS donor card
Matalan Card
Library Card
National Insurance Card
Drivers License
Blockbuster Membership Card
Morrisons Miles Card
Blood Donor Card (fuck 'em they don't want my blood now but guaranteed they'll make use of the donor card when I'm dead)
Stonewall Senior Education Officer Business Card
Young Person's Rail Card (who you know and all that)
Bank Card
Eddie Izzard Theatre Ticket from 2004
Tattoo parlour card
Skee Ball Ticket from Centre Island
Cinema Ticket
London Eye 'flight ticket'
HMV receipt

Wow that was some list considering I 'tidied' my wallet recently! :shock:
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Postby CatNamedRudy » Wed Mar 05, 2008 1:53 am

Nothing at the moment. My "wallet" is essentially my pockets and I empty them out when I get home from work.

However, when I walked in the door tonight I had my Visa check card, my driver's license, my work ID, my insurance card and $4.50.
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby tubalcain » Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:35 pm

Amex card
Driving Licence
£110 in cash
Restaurant receiptsx3
Union card
Log in card
Swipe card
Holiday junk- Airline and Hotel
Condom x2
Picture of me in at graduation
Picture of me and mates in Ibiza,1999
Doublemint gum stick-Eurgh,not so good now.
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby kat » Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:51 pm

£7.20
Staff discount card from work (obviously)
bank card
discount card for the pub
provisonal licence
vending machine card for work
tesco clubcard
library card
waterstones card
union membership card
NI card
young person's railcard
cinema ticket for Transformers
too many bus tickets to count
London Eye ticket (from October lol)
pictures of my mum and boyfriend
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby Lil » Tue Jun 30, 2009 3:57 am

some money
drivers' permit
honor society membership cards
gift cards (Blockbuster, Build-A-Bear, Kohl's, Barnes & Noble)
picture ID for college
SSN card
medical card
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby Mr Blue Sky » Tue Jun 30, 2009 12:17 pm

Ha, Christ, I had to check the date stamps then. For a moment I thought 'Chocolate Fan' had made yet another audacious attempt to circumvent his ban! :lol:
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby klippan15 » Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:56 pm

UK licence
£60 cash
Swipe/pass card
Fuel card
Some loyalty plastic crap
Euro breakdown member card
Assorted pics of chaos with friends
St.Christopher pendant
An 0845 number for something,lord knows what.
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby kat » Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:16 pm

pretty much the same as before but now have 4p and no pic of the "boyfriend" :evil:
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Postby Mr Blue Sky » Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:34 pm

Dorset Girl wrote:£7.73
A door key
An ultrasound photograph token (don't ask!)
Lai Hoo Chinese restaurant receipt
Uni staff card
NUS card
Provisional driving licence
4 bank cards / credit cards
Boots Advantage card
Wilts & Dorset free travel pass
Haven Funworks pass 2007 :oops:
Tesco clubcard, Nectar card
Maternity Prescription charges exemption card
Return rail ticket to Basingstoke
Photo of my friends and I pissed in Walkabout
A laminated four-leaf clover
A secret photo hidden in a secret pocket that only I know about. :D

Blimey, that's quite a list!


Bless, is that a Haven Funworks pass 2010 now DG? I'll have one in mine next month! :lol:

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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby CatNamedRudy » Tue Jun 15, 2010 10:04 pm

I still don't have a wallet. Currently in my pockets I have my check card, my driver's license, my health insurance card and $14.25.
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Re: What' in your wallet

Postby Daphne K » Tue Jun 15, 2010 10:11 pm

Haha funny thread! Let's take a look...

- 21 pounds sterling + 20 p
- 2,20 euro's
- 1 train ticket
- 8 receipts from the supermarket
- 4 pictures of my daughter Merel
- a bank card
- 2 diddl cards with nice wishes
- a donor card
- health insurance card
- an old jet2 boarding pass
- card with the date of an appointment with the dentist
- 1 receipt of a dinner at Akbars in Leeds
- a fake coin for discount on products in a certain shop here
- chewing gum packed in a piece of paper (couldn't get rid of it in the plane :D ), i forgot to put it in the bin
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