Welcome to my website! Here you’ll find out how you can optimize your precious pocket space so that you can get the most out of your pants (or in your pants for that matter).
About My Face – And Just Me in General
My name is Isaac and I have ten fingers and toes. I like a lot of food, but most notable is the fact that I enjoy fruit on my pizza. I would someday like to be the author of someone else’s autobiography but I have yet to figure out a way to do it.
One of my favorite things to do is to give someone a present so deviously wrapped that it takes three hours and a hand saw to open. On a different note, I tend to be really picky with grammar and spelling. And it bugs me how sentences can legally begin with conjunctions.
It may also be of interest to know that I wear two watches—one being five minutes behind and the other five minutes ahead. If you take the average of the two watches, you’ll get the correct time. That is, assuming you do the calculations fast enough.
I like to Put Stuff in My Pockets
I’m of the notion that pockets were made to hold stuff whether it’s useful or not. I started putting stuff in my pockets after reading about a little survival kit you could make with a little vintage bandage container. Over the years I’ve slowly added to my collection and my pants have recently been compared to a suitcase because they have so much stuff in them.
The most useful things I carry in my pockets are my flashlight, X-acto knife, and ballpoint pens. I also carry a pocketbook, tissues, change, and a scientific calculator to name a few other things. Some might think that having all these things in one’s pockets would be uncomfortable, but you really get used to it. In fact, I’m so used to it that I usually get some degree of anxiety when my pockets are empty.
You probably won’t want to fill your pockets with stuff as much as I do, but hopefully you’ll find this website helpful for finding those things that you never knew you wanted to carry around on a daily basis.
If you ever have any questions, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or drop me a comment and be sure to lend you a hand (unless it’s my hands we’re talking about—I still need those!).
See you around,