Monday, March 24, 2008

The Wallet Tag

I’ve been tagged by Complexities and Contradictions, one of my favorite blogs. The tag theme is what is in your wallet. I have no idea how to describe my wallet, except that it’s three toned from the same shade of jade green and it has a denim texture. It probably sounds really weird/ugly but it’s actually pretty decent looking. So I’ll just list out the things in my wallet now:

1) RM75, 157 Brunei Dollar, 10 Francs and two 5 Dirham notes.

2) Public transportation tickets – Metrobus, Tiket Utama, KVV semester tickets. 1 Bahncard ticket for me to travel cheap in Europe and halfprice in Germany until this coming October. Serves absolutely no purpose for me now.

3) Life insurance card and a blood group card.

4) ATM cards. A BCB (I think they changed the name to something else now) and a BSN card, both accounts which I’m pretty sure have frozen up by now since I haven’t made any transactions for more than 1 year. 4 Deutsche Bank cards.

5) MyKad. I can’t remember the last time I needed to use this.

6) Student card, library card and work ID – all invalid now.

7) Discount member cards, all of which serves no purpose for me here. I need new cards!

8) Shillings.

9) Things that should have been in the garbage by now but aren’t- Receipts, namecards from people I only meet once every 2 years, used cinema tickets.

Conclusion – My wallet has a lot of rubbish. I need to throw them out and accumulate newer, much more significant rubbish.

I’m sure the people I want to tag now have already been tagged or will be tagged in the next few days so I won’t tag anybody this time.


nurulazreenazlan said...

hey thanks for doing this.

satu soalan, the germans memang in general ikut peraturan lalu lintas ke? this is based on my observation from my travels, germans lah yang paling lurus sekali, huhu.

magenta said...

hahaha, they do, they really do! i love being a pedestrian in germany. for drivers pun best, on some highways there is no speed limit, going 200kmh+ is normal. everything to do with transportation memang puas hati.

Anonymous said...

Good evening

Thanks for writing this blog, loved reading it

Anonymous said...

Good point, though sometimes it's hard to arrive to definite conclusions

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