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Recently I saw a movie, "The Intern" featuring Robet De Niro as
retired guy who decides he still needs to work. So he becomes
intern at a start-up Internet fashion-sales company, the only
wearing a suit while everyone else is casually dressed.
But he has a secret weapon, handkerchiefs
in a vest pocket of
suit, which exists specifically for that purpose. The hankies are
essential not for one's own nose, but for when a lady needs to
a good cry.
Well, here I am casually dressed, wondering how I can manage
have a hanky-holding pocket when all my usual pockets are full
other stuff. I do prefer to Be Prepared for various
circumstances. I don't want to wear a suit, so...I need a way to
an extra pocket.
Thus this Idea. Some might call it a pouch instead of a pocket,
but even if it was called a pouch, I'm not sure of any that are
available that can be clipped onto one's belt or the waistband of
one's pants. I might even want two or three of them....
You can clip on as many pockets as you need. [xenzag, Feb 21 2016]
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Feb 21 2016]
pics of wearable pockets. [popbottle, Feb 21 2016]
[pashute, Feb 25 2016]
||Described and illustrated in a Dilbert cartoon by Scott Adams, but probably not WKTE.
||Jeans should feature a kerchief pocket on the left, corresponding to the watchpocket on the right.
||Sadly, WKTE since at least the 1400's. Pockets were
originally separate items, hence the nursery rhyme:
||Lucy Locket lost her pocket,
Kitty Fisher found it;
Not a penny was there in it,
Only ribbon 'round it.
||How convenient. Did anyone witness Kitty finding the
||[MaxwellBuchanan], I'm quite aware that for a long time a
coin pouch was carried about at the end of a drawstring
(note the term "cutpurse", a thief with a knife to cut that
||In this case though, the pocket/pouch is open all the time,
like an ordinary pocket. And it doesn't dangle, since clips
hold it to belt or waistband.
||There is a product called porta-pocket which attaches to a Velcro band so even nudists can have pockets. [link]
||I was thinking this might be marketed to naturists. The standard issue pockets we come with are all associated with various biological functions.
||But that would leave open the question of where you clip it on.
||And doesn't that question just open a whole new can of worms ...
||Lucky you had a detachable pocket to keep your can-opener in, isn't it ?