|No one but this guy.|
1. You are too lazy to search for the thing you lost,
which is fine, but
2. You are somehow uncomfortable with people knowing that you're too lazy to look for something, so you hide it by placing the blame on some imaginary third party,
which is a very poor reflection on you as a person. So don't just assume that someone else has taken the thing you can't find, go ahead and take a look around.
|Now, where did I put my dignity? I swear I just had it.|
|Someone's got to help me find my binoculars eventually.|
In the three years I've been gone from home, I've developed a relatively good system for finding stuff I misplace. I just have the following conversation with myself:
"Hey, so Past Me is a pretty smart guy."
"Yeah, he's probably at least as smart as Current Me."
"Exactly, so I just have to think about where Past Me would have put *insert object name here*, because I'm sure he put it in a place that Current Me would be able to find now."
"Sweet. Past Me is a genius. And really good looking, too."
"Damn right he is."
And that's basically how I go about finding things now. This doesn't really tie into my initial point, but I just figured I'd share that.
|Also, how the hell are there this many pictures of good looking people in suits holding binoculars?!|