Pocket-size carrier or store room?We have cupboards, shelves, cabinets, storerooms, bags...plenty of varied spaces to keep things at homes and offices. There is even the glove compartment of a vehicle and under the seat trunk there is space on a two-wheeler.
Coming to the self, look at the pocket-sized storage space, namely the pocket. Most shirts have at least one, trousers will have two, jeans and cargos a number of them perhaps. Consider the function of these pockets. They are meant to hold our money, a handkerchief, wallet, keys, pens, mobile phone, and so on. More often than not, though, they turn out to be not just a useful carrier but a mini-sized storeroom! Why I am saying this is because we often end up leaving things in them and forgetting about them. It is when we go to wash the garment we will find a few coins or a handkerchief, maybe even the cupboard keys. And woe betide you don't realize it before it goes into the washing machine. If it is something metallic left behind in the pocket, you know the noise it generates, not to mention the furious shouts that will emanate if the machine conks out!!
[Eighth entry for the thread a day challenge]