My mom swore she already made me a waffle, but we couldn’t find it. So she made another one and I grabbed a fork….



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  1. Since my paternal grandfather had Alzheimer’s, my father is forgetful, and I am as well, I get nervous whenever I do anything like this. It makes me anxious to think that I may have to go through something similar when I’m older.

  2. 1. I saw the waffle in the drawer, and I need you to know.
    2. I was always on the lookout for my phone.
    3. I’ve previously kept the iron in the refrigerator.

  3. When I was really wasted, I put a hot dog in a dresser drawer, complete with mustard, onions, and a nice potato bun. A few days later, my mother noticed it while assisting me with laundry. She was giggling so hard that she fell over.

  4. This is how I end up with six full bottles of water under my blanket because I’m sure I’m dying of thirst and my room is devoid of bottles.

  5. I’m not suggesting I’ve ever done anything like this… But I just discovered my dirty clothes in the fridge, as well as a drink I made on top of the washing machine…..

  6. Someone I know eventually discovered his TV remote control melting inside a powered oven.

    When he was taking some food out, he put it in the freezer again.

  7. I still say to myself, “huehuehue, I’ll never find this again!” Despite this, I never actually move it to a more appropriate spot, and my phone eventually ends up in a bookshelf.

  8. I just finished reading this, and I’m glad you shared it with us. It seemed to belong here as well! It’s certainly something I’d do.

  9. My roommate had a habit of leaving the milk carton in the cereal box and the cereal box in the refrigerator. Those are the only two things. There’s nothing else.

  10. Something similar happened to me as well. I cooked pasta sauce, ate it, and went to bed without incident.

    When I went to get some the next day, it was gone from the fridge. I suspected my roommate, who was welcome to eat it as well, but there was enough food for several days.

    I put it in the refrigerator, as it turns out. I don’t know if alcohol was involved because it was so long ago, but I wouldn’t rule it out.

  11. Because of my adhd and fibromyalgia, if anything goes missing and I don’t locate it after two minutes of searching, I consider the probability that it is completely lost.

  12. Yeah, the ever-popular ADHD game known as “What the hell happened to the fucking thing?!? Only a minute ago, it was RIGHT HERE…”

    It’s much more entertaining when you’re an adult working on a home improvement project and vital tools/parts/boards/etc. mysteriously vanish.

  13. My father was cooking a casserole, but I’m not sure what kind it was. He misplaced a spoon. I searched everywhere for it and finally gave up. He discovered it right in the middle of serving dinner. In the casserole, he cooked it! A spoon made of metal. Surprisingly, it didn’t make much of a difference in terms of taste.

  14. Pancake was so afraid of being eaten that it learned to delete your mother’s memories in order to ensure its existence. In its finest, evolution.

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