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Thread: Horizontal Freudian Slip

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    Horizontal Freudian Slip

    In this thread, post a list or pictures of What You Carry in your Horizontal Freudian Slip. We will add your packing list to the Horizontal Freudian Slip page to help give other people a better idea of what the bag can hold.
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    Would love to hear how people are using this in 2011. Any thoughts?
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    OK, I know lots of people have Horizontal Freudian Slips! The first three people to share their packing list here get a small surprise (email your address to me: darcy@tombihn.com)
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    I take my Horizontal Freudian Slip in with me to meetings, so I don't have to schlep my whole Tri-Star (unless I'm bringing manipulatives, see toys) which I use as a travel bag and briefcase. In the front left zipper pocket I have three eggs of silly putty. In the second pocket I have a cache of Hammond's butterscotch candies. Just under the zipper pockets in the slip pockets I have several packages of post it notes, next to those my cell phone, one sharpie marker and two pencils. And one night-time reading light. On the flip side I have six file folders, one for each project I'm working on, a spiral bound notebook, and a book I'm reading.

    It's should be noted that I write for children. Picture books and curriculum. Hence the silly putty, and candy! Best job ever!

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    Wink

    These days I use the horizontal freudian slip for travel inside a TriStar or other clothes bag I am using (of the non-TB variety). Generally I have a legal pad (A4 paper size), 2-3 folders, several writing implements, ID cards, cable/charger for my iphone and charger as well as i pad if I am carrying that with me, a couple of AA batteries for my wireless keyboard too. All very humdrum stuff.

    (I don't use it much at home as I generally take smaller bags these days or use my Synapse - for which a nicely sized Freudian slip would be wonderful(!).)
    Last edited by rabergnc; 12-16-2011 at 12:18 PM. Reason: typos, additions, for fun

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    I move my Horizontal Freudian slip from my Tristar to my Zephyr to my Cadet depending on how much I need to carry.

    Typically inside:
    Paper stuff that I can't turn electronic
    USB hub
    Pens and a highliter
    Emergency toothpaste and travel toothbrush
    back up business cards
    LED Lenser flashlight

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    I only have a vertical slip and now I feel like I am missing something?
    It goes in my Brain Bags though and provides great utility.
    Can this be considered Spam?
    I kind of hope so!
    Ed

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    Use it in my Tristar which is now my daily bag for commuting to work.

    Contents:
    Business cards
    pens
    highlighter
    50 sheet legal pad in back pocket
    account specific manila folders in other back pocket
    upper right front zippered pocket: wireless usb (maxell air stash) this is my got to importnat doc and presentation storage device, assorted USB drives
    upper left longer zipped pocket: ipad and jambox power cords
    ipad and jambox adaptor in one fron pocket

    I find it very convenient and actually use my Freudian slip at my office. I have it hanging behind me on a hook. It's a convenient sucker!


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