|My handbag - real or fake? I'll let you decide|
Whilst I have thoroughly enjoyed snooping into others' bags of goodies, most of which contain items that make one feel either, claw-her-eyes-out-jealous or does-she-really-carry-that-around? skeptical, I thought I would do my very own "What's In My Handbag" post. WARNING: Nothing too interesting to see here...
- A Purse -- used for holding various items including money notes, coins, bank cards, drivers licences, sentimental photos, random dockets or scraps of paper that need to be shoved somewhere or other.
- A Mobile Phone -- historically used for phoning, but now basically manages every possible aspect of a human's life.
- An Umbrella -- a very handy device for preventing one from getting soaked in the rain or from one's eyebrows falling off.
- A Pen -- a clever little invention which uses ink to make marks on paper if one wishes to either write or draw. This particular specimen however, is particularly useful as it also includes a rubber tip on the opposite end called a stylus.
- Tissues -- light-weight and paper-thin, these marvellous treasures can be used for a number of things ranging from absorbing snotty noses to transforming Cup As to Cup Cs.
- Mints -- small lolly-like lozenges intended to prevent one from being known as "that person with the foul breath.
- Nurofen tablets -- instant pain relief in a pill. Good for headaches caused by too much blog reading.
- Earphone Box -- used for preventing earphone cords from tangling every other item in your bag up into one big ball.
- Band Aides -- self-adhesive strips used for any bloody accident that may come your way or, in times of desperation, nipple covers (don't pretend like you've never done it).
- Lipstick -- a breakthrough discovery in Beauty that, when applied to the lips, makes even the least-attractive person feel good about themselves.
- Hand-held Mirror -- a small portable reflective device commonly used for checking one's face throughout the day. Also very handy for post-lunch teeth checks, especially if asparagus was involved.