Psst: Just a quick note to all my X-Intern Ninja buddies out there in Gen-Z land:
Based on the success of this drop, Home Depot has created their own line of zippery ninja bags--and they market theirs on the down low so you don't have to dress in all black and wear a scary face mask and hoodie to buy 'em!
Which is kind of cool, because when in public these days, it's best not wear you heart on your sleeve (so to speak). And by the way, Home Depot's are built tuff and priced cheap too--you get a bundle of three sizes for less than twelve bucks. The larger one is called a "document pouch" (see what I mean about down-low?) it's sold separately and that's an iPod Mini stick'n out of it.
Okay, kidding about the part where they made 'em in response to MD's drop--they always made 'em!
That said, I know all you trendy boys like to wear your Series 1: Pockets & Packets (aka: small parts bags--you know, from before you were born?) all "cross-chesty" because, you know, ya'll is some trendy damn mo-fos, and you think you invented that particular look and all...
which is cool, you know not say'n it's been done before or anything--just say'n Home Depot doesn't sell that particular bit o'kit with their bags, you gotta find cross dresser chest belt on your own. But still, you're gonna save a lotta dough on their bags, so it's worth your effort to search around for the belt, right?
Which brings me to another point: I know you were born in '98 and all, but I just want to point out that lots of stuff was already here, before you were--and you boys don't have to reinvent all that shit all over again! You can just use that stuff!
I mean seriously--you don't think you're the first bunch of fellas who needed to carry around more stuff than you had pockets for, do you?! That'd be a little presumptuous, now wouldn't it?
Yes, it would.
So my advise to you is, before you let some slick talk'n vendor on some look'n-to-make-a-kill'n off'n your naïveté, website shake you down for the money you know damn well you'd rather spend on another tattoo or ear gauge right? So why not take a little time to look around at (down-low) alternative options, right? Even if the guy providing them, is the same guy your Mom buys her patio furniture from ;- )