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Sirius

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Re: Your own personal mysteries.
« Reply #1980 on: September 01, 2013, 04:06:06 PM »
I've found all the containers and lids! They're in my kitchen. I have an entire box full of lids and containers. I've managed to find two containers with lids that fit them, that's it.

I want to know where all my wrist braces went. I used to have two at work and one at home, but I decided to take one of my work ones home because I just need one at work. And now I have my one at work (not taking that home, not for anything, I need it too much at work) but can't find any of my home ones.

Well, that's not exactly true. I can find the hard brace that doesn't fit properly and needs a sleeve under it to keep from chafing my arm that I haven't used in six or seven years. I just can't find any of them that are actually useful to me.

I've worn my wrist braces to bed, and on several occasions have found them in the bedside wastebasket.  I'm assuming that I took them off in the middle of the night and missed putting them into the top drawer of my bedside table, since my wastebasket is between my bed and the bedside table.  So now if I have a need to wear them (I go through spells) I check the wastebasket before emptying it because I think that was how I lost one a while ago.  I've also found them under the bed. 

gramma dishes

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« Reply #1981 on: September 01, 2013, 04:19:45 PM »
...   It's not in the machine.  Not on the floor around the machine.  Not on the floor around the ironing board.  ...



Is there any possibility it got stuck to the bottom of your iron or on the edge of your ironing board?

If the sock eaters got it, they're just trying to tell you that you've been starving them lately!  ;) 

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« Reply #1982 on: September 01, 2013, 04:51:22 PM »
I use garment bags for some of my delicate clothes when I don't have enough for a separate load.  Last week I did a load of laundry, tossed a few delicate shirts in a few garment bags, ran the wash.  As I'm emptying the load into the dryer, I find a shirt that was not in its garment bag, I soon found the empty garment bag and it was completely zipped up.  I can't figure out how the shirt escaped.
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« Reply #1983 on: September 22, 2013, 07:56:51 PM »
This probably belongs in the gross out thread, but it seems to have temporarily vanished...


What the heck did I possibly eat to cause these indescribably awful farts?  DH had to leave the room and even the cats deserted me.  I didn't eat or drink anything out of the ordinary. 
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« Reply #1984 on: September 22, 2013, 08:19:00 PM »
What did I do with the two packages of two chemical ice packs each.  The ones you break the thing inside and it gets cold.  I had them at the top of my stairs to put in my baseball bag, in case of injury.  They never made it to my baseball bag and they are no longer at the top of the stairs.  Where the heck did they go?  I've looked everywhere I can think of.
After cleaning out my Dad's house, I have this advice:  If you haven't used it in a year, throw it out!!!!.
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« Reply #1985 on: September 22, 2013, 08:23:26 PM »
What did I do with the two packages of two chemical ice packs each.  The ones you break the thing inside and it gets cold.  I had them at the top of my stairs to put in my baseball bag, in case of injury.  They never made it to my baseball bag and they are no longer at the top of the stairs.  Where the heck did they go?  I've looked everywhere I can think of.

Have you checked the freezer?  Maybe someone else saw them and assumed they had to be prefrozen like "regular" ice packs.

Outdoor Girl

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« Reply #1986 on: September 23, 2013, 09:06:46 AM »
Unless the cats got opposable thumbs and grew 5 ft, there is no one else to put them in the freezer.   ;D

I bought one you do have to freeze at the same time.  It's in the door of the fridge freezer, where it is supposed to be.
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« Reply #1987 on: September 23, 2013, 09:48:23 AM »
Unless the cats got opposable thumbs and grew 5 ft, there is no one else to put them in the freezer.   ;D

I bought one you do have to freeze at the same time.  It's in the door of the fridge freezer, where it is supposed to be.

I do a lot of stuff out of habit and don't realize it. Yesterday I went to empty the pop cooler from the road trip and realized I had already done it, then today I went to check. Yup. It's still empty and dry and the extra water put away. Lucas did not do it. Sometimes I go to do the dishes and realize that I had already finished them. He definitely didn't do them!

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« Reply #1988 on: September 23, 2013, 10:22:26 AM »

I do a lot of stuff out of habit and don't realize it. Yesterday I went to empty the pop cooler from the road trip and realized I had already done it, then today I went to check. Yup. It's still empty and dry and the extra water put away. Lucas did not do it. Sometimes I go to do the dishes and realize that I had already finished them. He definitely didn't do them!

That's a pretty nice surprise to have, wish I could do that too.
I've been putting off some cleaning and doing some other cleaning stuff that should be add on, putting away dishes? naa, I'll clean the door frames first  ::), the couch doesn't have an inch of free place? yeah, but no one has vacuumed behind the heater in a decade!
And then comes the crushing realisation that I still have to take care of the dishes and tidy up the living room.


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« Reply #1989 on: September 23, 2013, 02:36:05 PM »

I do a lot of stuff out of habit and don't realize it. Yesterday I went to empty the pop cooler from the road trip and realized I had already done it, then today I went to check. Yup. It's still empty and dry and the extra water put away. Lucas did not do it. Sometimes I go to do the dishes and realize that I had already finished them. He definitely didn't do them!

That's a pretty nice surprise to have, wish I could do that too.
I've been putting off some cleaning and doing some other cleaning stuff that should be add on, putting away dishes? naa, I'll clean the door frames first  ::), the couch doesn't have an inch of free place? yeah, but no one has vacuumed behind the heater in a decade!
And then comes the crushing realisation that I still have to take care of the dishes and tidy up the living room.

I do that ALL THE TIME. Then I wonder why I was so darn busy all day and have accomplished nothing.  :o

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« Reply #1990 on: September 23, 2013, 03:57:29 PM »
Unless the cats got opposable thumbs and grew 5 ft, there is no one else to put them in the freezer.   ;D

I wouldn't put anything past cats...

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« Reply #1991 on: September 23, 2013, 06:12:36 PM »
Unless the cats got opposable thumbs and grew 5 ft, there is no one else to put them in the freezer.   ;D

I wouldn't put anything past cats...

Still working on the growing 5 feet part!
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Outdoor Girl

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« Reply #1992 on: September 23, 2013, 06:47:41 PM »
I love polydactyl cats - I had one with a thumb on each paw and a second one that had one thumb on one paw and two thumbs on the other, as well as an extra toe on each back foot.  Bit of a mutant, he was.
After cleaning out my Dad's house, I have this advice:  If you haven't used it in a year, throw it out!!!!.
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that_one_girl

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« Reply #1993 on: September 23, 2013, 07:51:35 PM »
I must have kitchen gnomes in my house ...
Over the last week I have found yellow squash and a brand new pack of chewing gum on my counters.

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« Reply #1994 on: September 24, 2013, 11:28:40 AM »
I love polydactyl cats - I had one with a thumb on each paw and a second one that had one thumb on one paw and two thumbs on the other, as well as an extra toe on each back foot.  Bit of a mutant, he was.

The cat at the local board game store is named Toebias. He's a polydactyl. Beautiful cat, and he knows just how to flirt with the ladies who come in. He gets lots of love from it.