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By uppiskalle / Friday 12 September 2014 14:32 / United States
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If my car was stolen‚ I'd do those thing as well. What I don't understand is how you could've forgotten about it.

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how could you forget your car? if yout car was at school, how did you get home? wouldnt that have prompted you to remember where your car was?

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This is a perfect response. This is self-uppercut-worthy. I honestly can't think of how this could have happened other than OP being mentally inept.

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By  BBlah

I don't mean to sound like a bitch when I ask this, but how in the hell do you forget something like that?

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Don't think you sound like one at all :) That's exactly what I was thinking - before calling all these people, you'd think OP would have at least retraced when they saw their car the last time.

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Or remember where they left their CAR. I don't understand how one forgets that. It's not a bag of chips or a sock.

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I forget where I park all the time, but I know the place it's at, just not what section of the car park, I'm not about to forget after a few hours that I forgot I took my car to the shops and ring the police saying someone stole it

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47 - forgetting where exactly you parked in a specific parking lot is a lot differnt from forgetting where on earth it is located..

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Comparing a car to a child is a horrible analogy. Sure, it's easy to forget where you parked (it happens to everyone, especially of you drive a small car being blocked by a giant truck/SUV), but forgetting a kid is ridiculous. There's no excuse for that, ever.

Did you happen to have woken up with the words "DUDE" and/or "SWEET" tattoed on your body this morning?

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