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How can you lose a pair of jeans

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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
Bought my OH a pair of jeans,they were supposed to be towards Xmas then i thought i best let him try them on first,a week later i still can't find them,i've searched high and low and i can't find them.

I think i've thrown them out or re-cycled them,they were only 25 quid,but still annoying arghhhhh
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Blonde?
#2
That would do my head in!
banned#3
Have you left them in McDonalds?
1 Like #4
They're still in Pizza Express ;)
#5
has he still got them on X)
#6
At his mistress house?
#7
He took them back for a refund I bet! :)
#8
Over the last year I've lost 8 t-shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, 4 pairs of pumps/trainers, 2 sweatshirts and a jacket, loads of boxers, socks and accessories...

Where the HELL do they all go?!?!?!?! I was horrified when I started adding up all the clothes I used to have and then realised that my wardrobe didnt correspond at all!
#9
CReilly
Over the last year I've lost 8 t-shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, 4 pairs of pumps/trainers, 2 sweatshirts and a jacket, loads of boxers, socks and accessories...

Where the HELL do they all go?!?!?!?! I was horrified when I started adding up all the clothes I used to have and then realised that my wardrobe didnt correspond at all!


You've been robbed by the sounds of things!
#10
CReilly
Over the last year I've lost 8 t-shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, 4 pairs of pumps/trainers, 2 sweatshirts and a jacket, loads of boxers, socks and accessories...Where the HELL do they all go?!?!?!?! I was horrified when I started adding up all the clothes I used to have and then realised that my wardrobe didnt correspond at all!
OMG - how is that possible?

No idea debz; I have a nervous break-down if members of a pair of socks end up in different washes and don't dry at the same time.
banned#11
CReilly
Over the last year I've lost 8 t-shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, 4 pairs of pumps/trainers, 2 sweatshirts and a jacket, loads of boxers, socks and accessories...

Where the HELL do they all go?!?!?!?! I was horrified when I started adding up all the clothes I used to have and then realised that my wardrobe didnt correspond at all!


Washing machine ate them :p
#12
I reckon petty theft from university washing machines is partly to blame. Also leaving stuff at peoples houses or something, idk.

Horrible anyway!
#13
CReilly
I reckon petty theft from university washing machines is partly to blame. Also leaving stuff at peoples houses or something, idk.Horrible anyway!
Well at least you're going to be easy to buy for at Christmas. :D
#14
At the moment I cant even find a job so i'll just be asking for basic survival items (food and money for bills), no fancy luxuries like new clothes for me :|

Ah the life of a graduate! :{
1 Like #15
CReilly
At the moment I cant even find a job so i'll just be asking for basic survival items (food and money for bills), no fancy luxuries like new clothes for me :|Ah the life of a graduate! :{
Ahh... you have my sympathy. Tricky times for many. Do online comps - you never know.
#16
They were bought online,they have been nowhere near Maccies DLM :| and he can't return them either,he wouldn't dare for a start X)
1 Like #17
Well im a bit of an idiot really, I refuse to sign on because I don't think I "need" or deserve it (and also ofc partly concerned about the stigmatism, though I realise that's silly). I worked and saved for times like these though so I will survive... and there's a job round the corner, I can feel it :D

P.S. I have done about a thousand comps and never won a thing... here's to hoping though!
#18
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol
#19
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol


How did you find out it was them? Did you confront them about it?
#20
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol

oO..really ??..............or you joking !
#21
jellybaby22
i do it all the time...best one just now is a new coat I bought for me...cant find it anywhere... its disappeared...oO


was it a camouflage coat
#22
CReilly
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol


How did you find out it was them? Did you confront them about it?


our other neighbours told us they have seen then jumping into our garden on various occasions, we did not confront them we just put a wall up in our back garden and result, no laundry missing although i may not have evidence but i know its them
#23
CReilly
Well im a bit of an idiot really, I refuse to sign on because I don't think I "need" or deserve it (and also ofc partly concerned about the stigmatism, !


I was the same, i lasted a year, but with bills mounting up i had to give and go for help. As you say, stupid really, it's there for helping people, so may as well use it. Plus, in my experience, with a degree, your not looked upon as a dosser.

As regards to the clothes, do they not either go straight into the wardrobe or a chest of drawers in the bedroom? The most clothes i've lost is the odd sock.
banned#24
CReilly
Well im a bit of an idiot really, I refuse to sign on because I don't think I "need" or deserve it (and also ofc partly concerned about the stigmatism, though I realise that's silly). I worked and saved for times like these though so I will survive... and there's a job round the corner, I can feel it :DP.S. I have done about a thousand comps and never won a thing... here's to hoping though!

Your must sign on for a decent pension.
#25
MR1123
CReilly
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol
How did you find out it was them? Did you confront them about it?
our other neighbours told us they have seen then jumping into our garden on various occasions, we did not confront them we just put a wall up in our back garden and result, no laundry missing although i may not have evidence but i know its them


Do you not see them in some of the things ? or do they sell them on or something ?......Lmao thats bad , neighbours robbing ya washing !!
#26
shopstilldrops
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol


oO..really ??..............or you joking !


no joke, there use to be a programme about laundry thieves years ago, and i watched it once and thought who on earth would want to steal used clothes and never in a million years i would of thought it would happen to us
banned#27
CReilly
Well im a bit of an idiot really, I refuse to sign on because I don't think I "need" or deserve it (and also ofc partly concerned about the stigmatism, though I realise that's silly). I worked and saved for times like these though so I will survive... and there's a job round the corner, I can feel it :D

P.S. I have done about a thousand comps and never won a thing... here's to hoping though!


you should sign on cause when your working and paying tax etc your funding these layabouts who have no intention of finding work so why the hell not. No problem with people going through hard times or looking for work but the ones who have no intention of working disgust me. I went on dole for 2 months when I finished uni but damn I looked for work and it paid off

Do it....you DESERVE it
#28
shopstilldrops
MR1123
CReilly
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol
How did you find out it was them? Did you confront them about it?
our other neighbours told us they have seen then jumping into our garden on various occasions, we did not confront them we just put a wall up in our back garden and result, no laundry missing although i may not have evidence but i know its them


Do you not see them in some of the things ? or do they sell them on or something ?......Lmao thats bad , neighbours robbing ya washing !!


never seen them wearing our clothes and i have no idea what they do with them but the worst part is i use to screw at my mum when somthing i really liked went lost becauseshe done the laundry and i use to say i am doing my own laundry from now on!, big mistake!
#29
MR1123
shopstilldrops
MR1123
CReilly
MR1123
laundry thieves = my next door neighbour, they probably stole £1000 worth of stuff over a 3 year period inc my favourite pants lol
How did you find out it was them? Did you confront them about it?
our other neighbours told us they have seen then jumping into our garden on various occasions, we did not confront them we just put a wall up in our back garden and result, no laundry missing althoughi may not have evidence but i know its them
Do you not see them in some of the things ? or do they sell them on or something ?......Lmao thats bad , neighbours robbing ya washing !!
never seen them wearing our clothes and i have no idea what they do with them but the worst part is i use to screw at my mum when somthing i really liked went lost becauseshe done the laundry and i use to say i am doing my own laundry from now on!, big mistake!


wow, im guessing you have ( or had !!! ) some nice designer / named items , so theyve looked over thought 'mmmm think i'll go shopping '' and helped themselves oO........cheeky buggars !........aww at your poor mum getting the blame !......hope youve apologised since :D.......and she still does your laundry !
suspended 2 Likes #30
Two years ago I lost a new bra and a pyjamas set from La Senza. They were bought for my daughter for Christmas.

Just got the Halloween box out and there they are. Blonde or what!
1 Like #31
I lose stuff all the time - bit of a shopaholic and tend to leave the stuff in bags then when I go to get them I can't find them for ages. Kids stuff for birthdays and christmas especially. I've actually found a few things I bought for LAST christmas in the garage so they'll be getting used for this christmas instead, providing I remember that is....
1 Like #32
bluebindy123
Two years ago I lost a new bra and a pyjamas set from La Senza. They were bought for my daughter for Christmas. Just got the Halloween box out and there they are. Blonde or what!

haha, oh well at least youve got two extra pressies for this year :D
1 Like #33
kaks26
I lose stuff all the time - bit of a shopaholic and tend to leave the stuff in bags then when I go to get them I can't find them for ages. Kids stuff for birthdays and christmas especially. I've actually found a few things I bought for LAST christmas in the garage so they'll be getting used for this christmas instead, providing I remember that is....

lol, so its not just me then ??...thankgod :D.....ive found loads of 'bargains' that ive put away for when there bigger ...........then forgot about them in the Alladins cave aka loft , then come across them when they are too big for them ! doh , i have some happy charity shops nearby though X)
#34
the only times ive ever lost clothes its been a shirt, jacket, socks or boxer when im doing a runner from a birds flat in the morning X)
banned#35
Before my court order banning me from other peoples back gardens i used to steal clothes off the line. Used to save me a bucket. Maybe this is what happened to your clothes?
#36
When i was a teen and still at home living with my parents i had lingerie go missing from the washing line,i think it was the neighbour who , when he sold the house still kept a set of keys and would let himself back into the house when the new people were out,he got caught eventually and he had loads of womens clothes found at his house apparently that weren't his wifes oO
#37
CReilly
Well im a bit of an idiot really, I refuse to sign on because I don't think I "need" or deserve it (and also ofc partly concerned about the stigmatism, though I realise that's silly). I worked and saved for times like these though so I will survive... and there's a job round the corner, I can feel it :DP.S. I have done about a thousand comps and never won a thing... here's to hoping though!

Muppet!!....you are turning away £280 guaranteed straight into your bank account just because the 'stigma'????? - ive recently been made redundant after 20 solid years working having never been unemployed before.....i felt similar to you at first but at the end of the day, ive been paying my taxes for 20 years, why shouldnt i get something back?...

youre a fool if you dont claim
#38
deb8z
When i was a teen and still at home living with my parents i had lingerie go missing from the washing line,i think it was the neighbour who , when he sold the house still kept a set of keys and would let himself back into the house when the new people were out,he got caught eventually and he had loads of womens clothes found at his house apparently that weren't his wifes oO

Eeewww creepy!!!
#39
I usually find my stuff in hubby's wardrobe, and the kids stuff in mine. Considering I'm the only one who puts stuff away, I'm not sure how it happens. Random wardrobe fairy must shuffle stuff about when I'm not looking. Having said that, a LONG time ago someone used to steal my knickers off the washing line.
#40
WoolyM
[quote=deb8z]When i was a teen and still at home living with my parents i had lingerie go missing from the washing line,i think it was the neighbour who , when he sold the house still kept a set of keys and would let himself back into the house when the new people were out,he got caught eventually and he had loads of womens clothes found at his house apparently that weren't his wifes oO
Eeewww creepy!!![/quote]


isnt it just :|......bad enough off the washing line ,,,,,but the thought of someone going in your house !!!.

Edited By: shopstilldrops on Oct 31, 2010 18:16: typooooooooo

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