I'd be more relieved than embarrassed.
At least it hadn't been stolen.
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12-11-2014 18:52 #14
I too have left the car at school and walked home ....
and left the dog at school, and had to walk back to get him
have never left the kid there - but there's still time
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12-11-2014 19:08 #15
A couple of times (one recently) I've gone to find my car in the car park at a shopping centre, freaked out and started to panic thinking it's been stolen, only to realise I'm on the wrong level. Oops.
12-11-2014 19:14 #16
I was walking around the house the other day, getting increasingly agitated because I couldn't find my one good maternity bra. I was wearing it...
12-11-2014 19:23 #17
Yup, when I worked in the city I would get a bus (or walk on a nice day) then a train. You guessed it, drove the car that morning, didn't realise until I got home on the bus.
The shame... I did it more than once!
12-11-2014 19:28 #18Senior Member
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I've sent ds1 around our local iga to look for ds2. He was on my hip the whole time. They don't let me forget that one.
12-11-2014 19:30 #19Senior Member
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I left DH at the shops once. We split up and I finished my stuff with the girls and the 3 of us left. DH called about an hour later asking where we were haha
12-11-2014 19:38 #20
A friend of mine once called in a panic asking if I could take her son to a party we were both going to, because her car had been stolen. She reported it to the cops and everything. It turned up later that day... parked at the shops, exactly where she had left it when she picked up some milk the evening before psml! She was soooooo embarrassed ha ha
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