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Purse Tag

It's a lazy Thursday here. So this tag from Jona came just on the right day. So ... what is this this time?... another amusing tag. Purse. It does sound familiar to a girl *tongue clicking*. Ok, before I blab on, rules first:

1. Post a picture of whatever bag you are carrying as of late. No, you can't go into your closet and pull out your favorite purse! We want to know what you carried today or the last time you left the house.

2. List how much it cost. And this is not to judge. This is for entertainment purposes only. So spill it. And if there is a story to go along with how you obtained it, we'd love to hear it.

3. Tag some chicks. And link back to this post so people know why the heck you're showing everyone your bag.

So there it is -- my faithful, old purse resting beside my red coat. I cropped off my face. I know it's the purse you want to see, but that's 3/4 of my frame and my hands cold-gripping the railing of the entrance stairs to Beamish. As the size suggests, my coin purse can't even fit in there. It holds only a few tiny, girly things but my passport and bank cards have a cozy place in its exterior pocket.

I bought it in 2006 (long time ago huh) when I traveled to the UK, but I'm still using it today. Observant neighbors would probably think I have no other purse because I use it a great deal, now and then, and almost everywhere. The last time I slung it on my shoulder was when I bought drinks at a nearby supermarket. It matches with many of my shoes so it's been used to battered status. Price? The originator of this tag must be cheeky :) Alright it costs 3,000 baht; approximately 4,000 pesos based on xe.com conversion. I never really got to remembering its brand. In other words, it's no Prada nor Gucci nor Miranda Priestly-knows-what-else. All I know is it's leather and has never given me any grief yet since I purchased it.

Now where are the other chicks? Genebei and Arlene you two are next :) Come out, come out girls!

Comments

Genejosh said…
this is cool...k..i'll post later..thanks ..
Jona said…
thanks for playing along chick!

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