It's getting beyond a joke. I've literally considered putting some sort of lo jack tracker on everything I own. Most specifically my keys, b/c they're the worst for it. I think its a skill (other people, not so much) that I can have my keys in my hands, put them somewhere, and two minutes later the buggers have disappeared.
Stuff I've lost (and occasionally found, and probably lost again, with my luck) this month:
- keys (I'm not gonna even count how many times I've lost them though)
- my panda hat. I miss it.
- lens cover for my camera.
- ONE, yes, just the one of my converses. I found it and then promptly lost the other one.
- I'm fairly convinced I've lost my DSA form. I need to find that.
- A couple of leaflets from the job centre. They said I should go on jobseekers allowance (despite the fact I said I don't have the energy to actually work) so eff that...
- A jacket. Not sure how I loose things that aren't even small, but y'know. It's my skill. So shush.
- My bank card. Most likely lost that in the middle of Newcastle b/c I'm a winner like that.
- I've actually lost food too. When you're eating something or about to eat it, put it down for a second and then it's disappeared. And everyone else swears they didn't eat it when I wasn't looking. Last thing was a packet of mini eggs. I'm convinced they've hatched.
- The tv remote. I loose that a lot too.
- My phone. Although it's not usually missing for long.
- My new bank card to replace my old one. I found it after looking for it for 20 mins though.
- A book from work that I needed for my boss's phone number.
- Books, in general.
- A couple of DVDs. I think I found them though.
- A fair bit of college work.
- I get lost a lot too. I go out on mini camera mishes and then after 30 mins I'll stop, and think 'Hang on... where the fuck am I?' I consider texting someone to actually find me, but being the stubborn cow I can be, I usually continue walking till I'm either more lost, or things start to look familiar (probably in a 'Flinstones' repeating background sort of way).