05 January 2013

Fifty shades of forgetfulness and a python called Monty

I am not claiming to be a shrink. But the usual yearly collection of quirky things people forget in hotels clearly shows that there is forgetfulness and then there is forgetfulness... Let's start with this one:

A python called Monty found in a Bristol hotel has topped a list of the most bizarre items customers have left behind in hotel rooms.
Speaking about shades: wouldn't you agree that a Brit what calls his pet python Monty will do his best to get rid of this reminder of his terminal lack of good taste and originality?

Not completely unlike the case where 30% of all the books left behind in the hotels are Fifty Shades Of Grey? It figures that the hapless buyer of that book will want to get rid of it in the most unobtrusive way.

Of course, forgetting one's breast implants in one's hotel room is a really unusual feat, and it must be uncontrollable rage that... oh well.

And a loosely related case of lost and found:
A Topeka, Kan., man, a sperm donor in 2009, says he is now being held financially liable by the state for the child he helped conceive.
Keep it with you at all times, man, be my advice...

Another good year for losers, then.


kcmeesha said...

sperm case is here in my state. I guess he should've used a kleenex like the rest of us.

KatieNorcross said...

How can one forget breast implants. Aren't they part of the body?

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yep. Them volunteers are born to suffer, as any man who served in the army will tell you.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

I say - a bout of uncontrollable rage. Cannot go into details...