6 thoughts on “And You Still Can’t Find Shit

  1. Congratulations, you have now stored all your crap in easy-to-move-around areas. Now try to find something.

    I have several “bins” in my house/garage, entropy has taken over to the point where I find several “classifications” (electrical, plumbing, carpentry, machining, odds-n-ends, hardware types, screws, bolts) have all migrated together somewhat. Time to organize again, been neglecting it too long.


    • 1) It takes space to organize anything;
      2) Any space devoted to “organization” will be insufficient;
      3) Resulting in 20% of plumbing parts “temporarily” put into the bin labeled “knife sharpening stones”; since this happened last year you will not remember it.
      4) In that 20% will be the exact part you needed to stop a sudden water leak, and which Home Depot, Lowe’s and the local hardware store is out of.

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  2. The best part is when you go looking for the part that you put right HERE (Which was the place you put it prior to needing it a year ago) and then you can’t remember where you moved it to. Then it shows up AFTER you buy a new part and you put it right there where you will remember it (HAHA) six months from now. I am glad to see I am the NOT the only one wqho does this.


    • That doesn’t bother me nearly as much as finding the part right where you thought it was supposed to be, but you only saw it the third time you looked Right Fucking There.


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