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Registered: ‎07-08-2016

Re: Have you had a morning mix-up?

I did load of wash and but them in the dryer. Went back down to get them and opened the dryer door. Instead of dryer sheet I had put a Tide Pod by mistake .! Thank goodness it didn’t break ! Didn’t tell husband! Lol
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Re: Have you had a morning mix-up?

I only take one allergy med in the evening which I marked.  STILL, I must have taken it 2 times in one day since I ran short and the pharmacy refills everything early!

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: Have you had a morning mix-up?


@DottieBlue wrote:

Well, ladies, before I got my permanent bridge, I wore a partial denture for 2 teeth (a front tooth and a next-to-it side tooth).  I found it uncomfortable and didn't wear it when I was at home alone.  

 

Well, I was so used to not wearing it I left the house one day without my teeth in!  I went to my drive-up bank window, and the teller looked at me kind of strangely.  I didn't even realize I had forgotten my teeth until I was halfway home! 

 

And this wasn't even early morning, it was an afternoon, and I was in my 40's.  I was so glad to get my permanent bridge.  Woman Wink

 

 

 

 


OMGosh, I just burst out laughing!

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Registered: ‎05-15-2016

Re: Have you had a morning mix-up?

I'm enjoying reading everyone's mix-ups, very entertaining and reassuring I'm not the only one! My latest snafu was This afternoon when I went to get a bottle of pine sol out of storage so I could mop the floors, I must have gone to the wrong section because by the time I made it upstairs, I noticed I was holding a bottle of cooking oil. Fortunately, I figured it out before I started mopping.  So much to do and too little brain power to do it!

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: Have you had a morning mix-up?

Years ago I arrived at work and discovered I was wearing my pajama bottoms instead of slacks. Luckily they were a solid black. As my mother used to say " some days are better than otherd".