Sh*t no adult with ADD would ever say!
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That is hilarious HA HA HA!
I just love this video! Have watched it several times since it was first put up and it just never gets old! makes me crack up every time….
Great video! Laughed until I woke my husband up. Beyond relieved to hear that my daughter isn’t the only child on the planet trained to find moms glasses! And add keys lost: in checkout line at store: stuffed between books on library shelf: in the ignition of my BROTHERs Jeep, not my Jeep!
Oh God, TOO FUNNY!!!!! Some of the comments are hysterical, too. It feels good to laugh about all of this sh*t!!!
New to this site and this video made me laugh so hard!
Thought I would share…
TOP PLACES I have lost my keys and was also late for work as a consequence.
1. In the snow – didn’t find them until the spring thaw.
2. In the snow again – a friend was smart enough to go outside with a broom where I had been. Turned out aliens did not take them.
3. Down the elevator shaft – only maintenance staff could retrieve them.
The bright yellow cord I had tied to them so I could hold on to them did not help since it was not around my neck. But it make them easier to find for the maintenance staff.
4. In my car – which was stolen because they were in my car. So in that case both car and keys were lost. But I did get a new car out of that one! I had kept up on insurance! Whew!
5. On the hook by my front door but that’s the last place I would look for them.
If you have ADD then you know these are not made up excuses! But actual events that really happen.
I’m not sure I should mention the top places my glasses have been lost.
Excellent! All of it is so true. There is a scene I would add to it though.
You enter a bank lobby and see a long line of people waiting. You say: ” Nice! I love lines! I’ll just stand here at the back of the line, waiting patiently, relaxing and enjoying my time.”
This video so friggin good!! Im just amazed you could think of all the different situations! I can’t believe how good it feels to hear others describing this stuff in their life and realizing WOW….. somebody else really does struggle with these things as badly as I do. It’s liberating in a way. I remember when I saw the show on TV and couldn’t stop watching, and literally had tears in my eyes… A d I’m 53 yrs old!
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