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By  SkoomaKi  |  23

It's the same with hats or sunglasses. You forget they're there and then look like a tit trying to find them. You'd think 4 billion of evolution would have more to show.

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  abu4u  |  23

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  israelnotjacob  |  20

LMAO! Just the other day I asked my fiancee where my laptop was while we were watching a show right on the laptop. And that's not the first time I've done that either.

By  SkoomaKi  |  23

It's the same with hats or sunglasses. You forget they're there and then look like a tit trying to find them. You'd think 4 billion of evolution would have more to show.

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  Pleonasm  |  31

If only remembering where our phones are gave us an evolutionary advantage. "Look at you, Pleonasm, remembering that your phone is in your hand. That makes me want to reproduce with you so bad!" In my dreams :'(

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  brackaman  |  18

Surprisingly no. It's like people who look for their glasses while they're wearing them. You'd be surprised how long the fact that they can see clearly to look got their glasses takes to penetrate.

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  XxskyelovexX  |  13

I do that every once and a while. But it only takes me like a minute to realize I can see clearly and that they were on my face. I feel so stupid when that happens.

By  tj5810  |  21

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  Sinamoi  |  18

13- It's called sensory adaptation. It's the same concept as not feeling a bracelet or hat that's been on you for several hours. When his/her attention shifted back to the music, bam, they noticed the phone.

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