Leg bag...

Discussing your new helmet, jacket, boots, luggage
demographic
Posts: 1966
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 9:30 pm
Location: Less that 50 miles away from Moscow, but which one?
Has thanked: 929 times
Been thanked: 1075 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by demographic »

To be fair, and joking aside I do actually have a pocketknife that usually lives in my back pocket.
I find it to be of use often enough that I feel its worth keeping in my pocket but I'm a tradesman and sometimes a stanley knife just isn't right for the things I need to cut.
I used to have only lockknives but thie one I have now is non locking and just has a decent quality blade.

The first penknife I had was given to me by my mother when I learned to read.
Supermofo
Posts: 2841
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:39 pm
Has thanked: 2083 times
Been thanked: 1356 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Supermofo »

MrLongbeard wrote: Mon Jul 11, 2022 2:13 pm eating, cleaning finger nails
Sounds delightful :thumbup:
Le_Fromage_Grande
Posts: 7132
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 6:40 pm
Location: The road of many manky motorcycles
Has thanked: 410 times
Been thanked: 2354 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Le_Fromage_Grande »

demographic wrote: Mon Jul 11, 2022 9:46 pm To be fair, and joking aside I do actually have a pocketknife that usually lives in my back pocket.
I find it to be of use often enough that I feel its worth keeping in my pocket but I'm a tradesman and sometimes a stanley knife just isn't right for the things I need to cut.
I used to have only lockknives but thie one I have now is non locking and just has a decent quality blade.

The first penknife I had was given to me by my mother when I learned to read.
What does a 3 year old need a pen knife for?
Making everyone happy is impossible, but annoying everyone is easy and a lot more fun.
User avatar
Skub
Posts: 6475
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 5:32 pm
Location: Norn Iron
Has thanked: 4888 times
Been thanked: 4504 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Skub »

Le_Fromage_Grande wrote: Tue Jul 12, 2022 11:35 am
demographic wrote: Mon Jul 11, 2022 9:46 pm To be fair, and joking aside I do actually have a pocketknife that usually lives in my back pocket.
I find it to be of use often enough that I feel its worth keeping in my pocket but I'm a tradesman and sometimes a stanley knife just isn't right for the things I need to cut.
I used to have only lockknives but thie one I have now is non locking and just has a decent quality blade.

The first penknife I had was given to me by my mother when I learned to read.
What does a 30 year old need a pen knife for?
:P
Mr. Dazzle
Posts: 6949
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 7:57 pm
Location: Milton Keynes
Has thanked: 1692 times
Been thanked: 3036 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Mr. Dazzle »

In wondering if "read" means something different up demo's way :think:
User avatar
Rockburner
Posts: 1987
Joined: Sun Mar 15, 2020 11:06 am
Location: Hiding in your blind spot
Has thanked: 3772 times
Been thanked: 922 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Rockburner »

Felix wrote: Mon Jul 11, 2022 9:28 pm I have seen seagulls eating better looking puke out the gutters on a Sunday Morning.
That gave me 5 minutes of uncontrollable giggling


I have no idea why

It's not even funny .
non quod, sed quomodo
User avatar
gremlin
Posts: 2643
Joined: Wed Jul 08, 2020 3:12 pm
Location: Kent (AKA God's own country)
Has thanked: 286 times
Been thanked: 2015 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by gremlin »

I have a Leatherman-type tool which I've carried 'Just in case' for years and have never used for any single bike-related purpose.

As for the leg bag..... what the fuck? That ranks up there with sweatbands around the brake fluid reservoir, a large bunch of keys hanging from a belt loop and an aversion to soap and water.
All aboard the Peckham Pigeon! All aboard!
Le_Fromage_Grande
Posts: 7132
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 6:40 pm
Location: The road of many manky motorcycles
Has thanked: 410 times
Been thanked: 2354 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Le_Fromage_Grande »

gremlin wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:18 pm I have a Leatherman-type tool which I've carried 'Just in case' for years and have never used for any single bike-related purpose.

As for the leg bag..... what the fuck? That ranks up there with sweatbands around the brake fluid reservoir, a large bunch of keys hanging from a belt loop and an aversion to soap and water.
So you've got a couple of them?
Making everyone happy is impossible, but annoying everyone is easy and a lot more fun.
User avatar
gremlin
Posts: 2643
Joined: Wed Jul 08, 2020 3:12 pm
Location: Kent (AKA God's own country)
Has thanked: 286 times
Been thanked: 2015 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by gremlin »

Le_Fromage_Grande wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:19 pm
gremlin wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:18 pm I have a Leatherman-type tool which I've carried 'Just in case' for years and have never used for any single bike-related purpose.

As for the leg bag..... what the fuck? That ranks up there with sweatbands around the brake fluid reservoir, a large bunch of keys hanging from a belt loop and an aversion to soap and water.
So you've got a couple of them?
Yep. And I wear them in true Yosemite Sam fashion, one on each hip. Leftie carries a copy of Guns n Ammo and my carp fishing permit for the local lakes. Rightie carries my mint choc chip flavour vape, a hair band for the pony tail and my door keys, complete with hilarious 'Bikers do it in leather' key fob.
All aboard the Peckham Pigeon! All aboard!
Le_Fromage_Grande
Posts: 7132
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2020 6:40 pm
Location: The road of many manky motorcycles
Has thanked: 410 times
Been thanked: 2354 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Le_Fromage_Grande »

gremlin wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:30 pm
Le_Fromage_Grande wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:19 pm
gremlin wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:18 pm I have a Leatherman-type tool which I've carried 'Just in case' for years and have never used for any single bike-related purpose.

As for the leg bag..... what the fuck? That ranks up there with sweatbands around the brake fluid reservoir, a large bunch of keys hanging from a belt loop and an aversion to soap and water.
So you've got a couple of them?
Yep. And I wear them in true Yosemite Sam fashion, one on each hip. Leftie carries a copy of Guns n Ammo and my carp fishing permit for the local lakes. Rightie carries my mint choc chip flavour vape, a hair band for the pony tail and my door keys, complete with hilarious 'Bikers do it in leather' key fob.
That was a quick reply, you're either sharper than you come across or the above is true :D
Making everyone happy is impossible, but annoying everyone is easy and a lot more fun.
User avatar
Yorick
Posts: 9083
Joined: Sat Mar 14, 2020 8:20 pm
Location: Paradise
Has thanked: 4309 times
Been thanked: 3457 times

Re: Leg bag...

Post by Yorick »

Le_Fromage_Grande wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:34 pm
gremlin wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:30 pm
Le_Fromage_Grande wrote: Wed Jul 27, 2022 12:19 pm

So you've got a couple of them?
Yep. And I wear them in true Yosemite Sam fashion, one on each hip. Leftie carries a copy of Guns n Ammo and my carp fishing permit for the local lakes. Rightie carries my mint choc chip flavour vape, a hair band for the pony tail and my door keys, complete with hilarious 'Bikers do it in leather' key fob.
That was a quick reply, you're either sharper than you come across or the above is true :D
I've met him. It's true :obscene-birdiedoublered: