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Old 10-08-2011, 08:47 PM   #15
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Whenever I can't find something, I look in the fridge.
Good plan...if what you were looking for was not there, you can get a beer.

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Old 10-08-2011, 10:22 PM   #16
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I too misplaced somthing but I can`t remember what it was!
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That's ok, I just forget I lost it then it doesn't bother me anymore. When I eventually find it, it's like getting something new.
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:36 AM   #18
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:43 AM   #19
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Old 10-09-2011, 10:25 AM   #20
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I don't remember forgetting anything................ronspradley
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Either you put 'em on top of the car while you loaded the pipe. or left 'em on the counter at the hardware.

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Use to be, I'd go downstairs to get something, forget why I was down there, go back upstairs, remember what it was I forgot, go back downstairs and forget it again. So, I bought a home with no downstairs - solved that problem!
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Dick, that is called "destinesia" - when you get to your destination, you get amnesia. This was a Saturday Night Live sniglet from 25 years ago.
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Use to be, I'd go downstairs to get something, forget why I was down there, go back upstairs, remember what it was I forgot, go back downstairs and forget it again. So, I bought a home with no downstairs - solved that problem!
Now you're going to find that when you go into another room, you'll forget what you went there for. So, you go back to where you started, sit down, and THEN remember what you went into the other room for.

There is a way to deal with that. Did you notice what had changed when you finally remembered what it was you went into the other room for? You sat down! Why does sitting down cause you to remember what you had forgotten? It's the pressure that is applied to your backside when you sit. So, the next time you go into a room and forget why, just replicate that pressure. Take both hands and press them firmly to your backside. Trust me, it works!


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Now you're going to find that when you go into another room, you'll forget what you went there for. So, you go back to where you started, sit down, and THEN remember what you went into the other room for.

There is a way to deal with that. Did you notice what had changed when you finally remembered what it was you went into the other room for? You sat down! Why does sitting down cause you to remember what you had forgotten? It's the pressure that is applied to your backside when you sit. So, the next time you go into a room and forget why, just replicate that pressure. Take both hands and press them firmly to your backside. Trust me, it works!

I think I'll follow my DW around and assist her with that idea.
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I think I'll follow my DW around and assist her with that idea.
Sounds like a good idea, as long as you don't help anyone else "remember" what they forgot.
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I was going to use that theory, but when I needed to remember what I forgot, I forgot how to remember.
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