Why carry a pocketknife? Reason No. 20: You may need to snip your curtains so they can fit over the brackets and look right.
Why a hanky? #39: Follow the example of Robert De Niro. In The Intern, he lent one twice – to dry tears and wipe away puke.
Why a pocketknife? Reason No. 21: A 3D target will leave some residue on your arrows, which you can gently remove with your pocketknife.
Why a handkerchief? #39: Lubrication on arrows eases removing them from 3D targets, but on your hands, it makes pulling arrows difficult.
Why carry a handkerchief? Reason No. 40: Going to your local bargain warehouse store, be ready to sample buffalo wings.
K has achieved his first Robin Hood, and he is only ten years of age. Well, what is a dad to say? You have to feel proud, yet maybe a bit jealous at the same time.
Why a handkerchief? #41: Sometimes you’re all duded up at a social event and a friend bumps your coffee arm. You should wipe your shoes dry.
Why a pocketknife? Reason No. #22: If you are ever down to your last guitar pick and it breaks, use your knife to repair the pick. Reuse it!
Why a handkerchief? #42: En route to the heavy water plant, after you have hit a deer and finished it off, use the handkerchief to clean your hands.
Why a pocketknife? #23: When you hit a deer with your car en route to your heavy water factory, you should put it out of its misery. Now, you might try to break its neck, but slitting its throat should be easier, quicker, and more painless.