I do, so there's a piece of worthless information for you. Now I'm kind of wondering how common it is. The reason I bring it up is that it's really annoying when I can't find it. Like a little while ago and up until now.
The hankie is typically on my person at all times. It's like my phone. In fact, I usually carry the phone and hankie around together. They're kind of joined at the hip, like phoneandhankie, much like hamandcheese. "I'd like a grilled hamandcheese, please.", "Where is my phoneandhankie?"
Do many people carry hankies? I guess it's not something that comes up in conversation. I've seen the old movies where the weak woman starts to cry and the strong man hands her a hankie. When renting tuxedos for prom, the hankie is color-coordinated with the bow tie and/or vest, but strictly strictly as decoration.
As for my phoneandhankie, I have a special pocket in my purse for them. I have a special pocket in my bicycling backpack for them. I have a special pocket in my tutor bag for them. Sometimes I misplace them, but when I locate one, I locate the other. Feel a need to blow my nose? Reach for the phone...
Anyways, I got home a while ago, and eventually, I had a hankering for the hankie. I just don't like kleenex... or rather... facial tissues.
So there I was, retracing my steps, wondering where the darn hankie was. To make the situation worse, I found my phone easily enough, but no hankie. Now this was definitely a strange prospect. I was beginning to think, poltergeist activity! It must be!
So I thought about where I could have misplaced it, especially since it wasn't with the phone or any of the usual pockets. Then I remembered, on my ride home, I came across this hungry mob:
I couldn't resist stopping to take a photo. Without taking my eyes off of the mob, I reached behind me to my phoneandhankie pocket of my bicycling backpack, took the photo, put the phone back, then continued on my merry way. Is my hankie on the side of that road?