keuleatr72 From Germany, joined Apr 2008, 104 posts, RR: 0 Posted (3 years 2 months 4 weeks 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 1673 times:
I think I am going crazy! A couple of hours ago, I went to the supermarket to get some nice treats for the Red Sox vs. A´s game later that night. I bought a couple of Red Bulls, a Fleischwurst (Sausage), Zigarettes, Tea (for my GF) and some other stuff. When I got home, my GF took the bag and searched for her Tea, but found my Fleischwurst. She reached for it, held it in front of me and started b*tching. (It was kind of funny, because her mouth was still numb after a four hour treatment at the dentist today!) She mumbled something like "bad", "doctor", "heart" and "My mom". But she put the Fleischwurst in the fridge and as soon as she got her tea, she went to the livingroom.
An hour ago, I went to the fridge to get the Fleischwurst. But it wasn´t there. So I went to our livingroom and asked my GF if she, by any chance, had any clue where the Wurst might have gone. She looked at me and with a straight face told me, that she hasn´t anything to do with the disapperance of the Wurst. And I believe her. She is a very straight and honest woman who wouldn´t lie.
Long story short. The Wurst is gone. But I found the bill from the supermarket. Everything I bought is listed. Everything else but the Fleischwurst. The only reply by my GF was: "Not again!"
In November ´11 we went to Edinburgh for a five day trip. Back then, it wasn´t dangerous to wear a Hoodie and so I wore my Red Sox Hoodie for the flight to EDI. On the way to the rental car company my GF took a picture of me wearing the Hoodie. We spent five wonderful days with beautiful weather in EDI, recharging our batteries. On the last night we ordered room service and just enjoyed the last hours in Scotland. The next morning I packed our suitcase but I couldn´t find my Hoodie. I looked everywhere. I went ballastic and raised f*cking hell! My favorite Hoodie stolen! My GF called the reception and after a few minutes the Manager paid us a visit. He was very sorry and apologized a couple of times and called the cleaning ladies, if they would know something. They did not. The Hoodie was gone.
On the way to the airport I spoke maybe ten words. A perfect trip destroyed by a frigging thug.
When we got back home what did we find in our living room, on a chair? My Hoodie! We checked our camera and searched the photo my GF had taken after our arrival in EDI but it wasn´t on the memory card. If you would check CCTV form DUS, AMS and EDI from the first day of our trip, you would see me walking around in my Hoodie.
At AMS I was approached by a fellow Red Sox Fan who was heading back to the States. We talked for about ten minutes about the epic failure of the Red Sox in September, about the situation in the clubhouse during games and that he was surprised to see a Red Sox Fan on the other side of the pond. This is proof that I wore the Hoodie on that day. But we don´t have an explanation for the fact that the Hoodie was back at home.
We told friends the story but they didn´t believe us. So we decided not to tell anyone else. Until tonight.
Anyone out there who might have had a similar experience?
A couple weeks ago, I bought a bottle of Nutella. I had used some of it, and my roommate had eaten some as well, but neither of us had finished the bottle or thrown it out. But the next evening, I was looking for it, and literally couldn't find it anywhere (not even in the trash!).
To this day, I wonder where the missing Nutella bottle went, and hope that wherever it is, it's living a peaceful and productive life.
Then again, I'm also a Red Sox fan.......
I'm watching Jeopardy. The category is worst Madonna songs. "This one from 1987 is terrible".
flymia From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 7435 posts, RR: 7
Reply 7, posted (3 years 2 months 4 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 1592 times:
Quoting NoUFO (Reply 4): Sorry man, but it is your girlfriend.
This was my first thought
Quoting AR385 (Reply 6): Unless you believe in the paranormal and tele transportation,
And here is my second thought.
The hoddie one seems like a great prank. The wurst thing. The bill not having it makes it seem odd. Is your GF someone who would figure that out in a matter of seconds? Be able to plan something like that so quickly? If she has this type of things planned all along like a once a year thing maybe she is.
"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)
Aha, wursts, hoodies, and the red sox. What a mix.
I, too, think that it's your girlfriend. The hoodie thing was a prank, and the wurst... man, she ate the wurst. Women do that. Yesterday I bought a small pot of Haggen Dasz ice cream (not sure about the spelling). Came home with my GF nagging about it saying my cholesterol will go sky high etc. etc.
Guess who ate the god damn thing twenty minutes later ? She did.
4holer From United States of America, joined Feb 2002, 3089 posts, RR: 9
Reply 14, posted (3 years 2 months 4 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 1204 times:
I've over the years purchased many tubes of Neosporin ointment. Not one was used more than a handful of times, and certainly one has never been completely used up. The reason is that they simply cease to exist. Perhaps they travel time, or maybe they enter a parallel dimension where people are scratching their heads at the mysterious tubes of ointment that appear in their cabinets when no one is looking.
As to the OP. Yup, it's the girlfriend. And it's actually pretty funny.
type-rated From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (3 years 2 months 4 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 1105 times:
My nutty sister does this to people all the time. While the people are frantically searching for their possessions she's sitting on the sofa with a bitch look on her face enjoying every minute of the other persons frustrations.
There should be a special place in hell for people who do this kind of thing for their own amusement.