Observations divide women in two categories. The first one has a lot of handbags, empties them often, and always has a plan which one she would use from half of a dozen handbags, with utility and logic. The other type of woman has a one large bag that she is carrying around for all occasions, except evening parties when she would bring a clutch. The French has a name for such large-size bag, they call it sac. These bags have various archaeological layers, including old concert tickets, half-eaten chocolates, an old lipstick, worthless foreign coins, buttons, aspirins, gum, screw driver, crumbled bills, and even a prize item such as tears-stained and much read dusty letter or a card from long ago with sticky note-pads, hair from the comb, etc.