By uppiskalle - 12/09/2014 14:32 - United States - Riverside

Today, my car was stolen from my driveway. I reported it to the police, the insurance company, and my neighbors, and begged for help via social media. As I walked to catch a bus, I saw my car parked outside my school. I forgot I left it there last night. FML
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'The bastards left it outside the school, it's all good, I've got it now'

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You look like you're about to shed a tear in your profile picture.

you look like your neck's broken in yours #24

#29 You look like a good swimmer.

You look like you don't like water much

Yes, let's resort to racist stereotypes! That's always good.

Yea, usually "dumbass" isn't necessary, but OP, you were being a dumbass.

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.

op, do a follow please so you can explain how on earth something so valuable got "stolen":)

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?

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.

it happens.

#1 is that you Red?

No, this is Patrick.

That's a bit dumb...

'The bastards left it outside the school, it's all good, I've got it now'

Exactly what I would say after going through all of that

I bet that's what OP did :D

Yeah, except then cameras will no doubt be checked.

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What if I were to tell you that remembering where your car is actually isn't hard?

How hard is it to remember where you parked your car?

it's your means of transportation, not something you carry around...

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

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.

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.

Have you ever come out of a store and forgotten where you parked? I've done it several times. If you have other things on your mind, it's really quite easy to forget. Every summer you hear about parents who forgot their kid was in the back seat. You wonder how someone could forget something so important. Preoccupied people with too much on their plate.

Those are terrible excuses to use, and no matter how preoccupied I am I don't forget my kid.

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

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

I'm thinking there was a little alcohol involved...

dude. where's my car? there was an entire movie about this.

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.

It's ok OP I've done that too. My friends never let me live it down.

"Dude, where's my car?"

"Where's your car, dude?"

What's mine say?!

And then....

Well, to say this as polite as possible: That wasn't a smart move Dory!

I have a feeling op's car isn't much.

Why? That could never happen to him if he had a nice car... Makes sense.

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