|This is so working for me.|
It is important on these explorations to keep your critical gear nearby. Sunglasses are nice, and I used to smoke a pipe, so that meant lots of stuff. And then there's other stuff. You know.
The most convenient way to keep these essentials close by is a fanny pack. I chose a black one. My children chose to walk 10 feet behind me. I am not making this up. Ten feet.
When I caught on, I began to relish wearing the thing. I figured that for $350k a year, I had the right to a little fun.
|Stuff, at your fingertips.|
Calling them "belted satchels" or "hands-free bags," several designer labels sought to bring the accessory back into vogue in early 2011, by offering stylish and expensive designs selling for as much as $1995.
|The bride to be picked this one.|
If you're confused, Wikipedia explains that,
A fanny pack (US, Canada), belt pack (US), belly bag (US), chaos pouch (US), buffalo pouch (US), hip sack (US), phany pack (US), waist bag (or waistpack) (US), hip pack (UK), bum bag (UK, Australia, Oceania), Koala (South America, Ireland), butt pack (US) or moon bag (South Africa), is a small fabric pouch usually secured with a zipper and worn by use of a strap around the hips or waist.Did you know there's an Oceania? I didn't. If you go there, I suggest you use a bum bag. You're gonna need some stuff.