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that little, tiny square pocket on the right-hand-side of most jeans above the bigger pocket is great for picks. some call it the 'pick pocket'. even when i wash them, the picks are usually still in there when i take them out of the dryer. you all may know this already but this was pointed out to me a while back and it changed me and my life forever.

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What is that little pocket for? Was it supposed to be for a pocket watch at one time? Seems too small for that. I have stuck picks in there but now I have a keychain pick holder. The picks look so nice and new when they come out of the washer and dryer (if they survive). I am not recommending washing them this way tho' :-k

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I have to watch for picks that fall on the floor or my dog will start chewing on them. I can also pretty much guarantee that I can find a pick anywhere in my house within a 6 foot radius of where I'm sitting ( much to the wife's dismay )

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I have to watch for picks that fall on the floor or my dog will start chewing on them. I can also pretty much guarantee that I can find a pick anywhere in my house within a 6 foot radius of where I'm sitting ( much to the wife's dismay )

Haha! Just play the guilt thing on her...... look up at the sky with a sincere look on your face and say "Honey, some day when I'm gone to the great acoustic jam in the sky, you'll cherish these guitar picks".

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What is that little pocket for? Was it supposed to be for a pocket watch at one time? Seems too small for that. I have stuck picks in there but now I have a keychain pick holder. The picks look so nice and new when they come out of the washer and dryer (if they survive). I am not recommending washing them this way tho' [biggrin]

 

I thought it was for coins...that's what I used to use it for as a kid.

 

I carry a pick in my money clip, (Lord knows there ain't much $ in there!), and I also carry a pick in my walled, (no need to carry them other things in there any more!)

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