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Discovered a travel home woe...

01/03/05

  03:10:42 pm, by The Dreamer   , 173 words  
Categories: General, Travel

Discovered a travel home woe...

Today, is the first time I decided to venture out since returning home....wearing pants that require a belt. |-|

Well, I had checked my belt, along with a number of my gadgets in the hopes to expedite getting through security.

It didn't help, because they wanted to check my laptop for bomb residue....and found none, and seemed surprised that when they opened it...that it woke up. :?

Anyways....when I went to dig out my belt from my suitcase (which is still sitting on the floor waiting to be completely unpacked....not uncommon for this to take a month or so)....I found this:

Well, that settles it. I do have to go shopping today, but I can't use a belt to hold my pants up. Which would've been okay...except it was pouring rain...and as my pants got wet...it kind of caused a problem with whether they would stay up.... :))

Good thing I found out today, rather than tomorrow when I have to go back to work.... &#59;D

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