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    1. Is polynesia a place where parrots go when they have lost their memory? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    2. If you lost your mind would it be the one thing you miss the most? If so how would you be sure? (Contributed by Leah Novelli)
    3. Don't you hate it when you lose money in those vending machines and the company says to write to them for a refund and the postage costs more than what you lost? (Contributed by Mad Michi)
    4. Why do some people look for something that they lost twenty minutes ago in a suit that they haven't worn for ten years? (Contributed by Vito)
    5. Where do all the lost pen tops go? (Contributed by John)
    6. Why is it that you never find a lost article until you replace it? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. When someone asks for our help in finding something that they misplaced why do we always ask them where they lost it? If they knew that then they wouldn't ask for our help right? (Contributed by Don F.)
    8. When people say that they've lost their train of thought where does it go? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    9. Have you ever found something that you were looking for, forgot that you found it, and keep looking for it? (Contributed by William Evans)
    10. Ever notice how people always say 'it will turn up' when they're not the one looking for it? (Contributed by A.S.)
    11. If you lost your sofa would you look down the back of your loose change for it? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    12. Why is it that the easiest way to find something lost around the house is to buy a replacement? (Contributed by Dee)
    13. What's a groove? How do you know if you've lost it? And if you don't know what it is or how you lost it how do you expect to get it back? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    14. Why is it that the longer someone looks for a lost item the places that they look get stranger and stranger? (Contributed by Vito)
    15. If someone calls you uncouth does that mean you've lost your couth? And if so just what did you lose? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    16. Don't you always find things in the last place you look? Why would anyone go on looking for something once they found it? (Contributed by Kristen)
    17. Why is it that after setting something down for twenty seconds we can never seem to find it? (Contributed by Don F.)
    18. If all is not lost where is it? (Contributed by Karen Ranney)
    19. Is the only reason some people get lost in thought because it's unfamiliar territory? (Contributed by J. Olson)
    20. If you don't care where you are can you get lost? (Contributed by Don F.)
    21. Since we always find something we lost the last place we look why don't we just look there first? (Contributed by Don F.)
    22. Does anybody ever vanish with a trace? (Contributed by Don F.)
    23. Do you think the rings of Saturn are actually composed of lost airline luggage? (Contributed by Heather Coon)
    24. Why is it that whenever we tell anybody that we lost something, they immediately ask us where we lost it? If we knew that then it wouldn't be lost, right? (Contributed by Corey)
    25. Why is it that we always know where something is, but then when we need to use it, it's gone? (Contributed by Starlight)
    26. How come you always find what you are NOT looking for? (Contributed by ReliefStreetNews)
    27. Why is it you can never find what you're looking for today, but you can always find what you were looking for yesterday? (Contributed by Nick Brush)
    28. Shouldn't you look at what you have left rather than what you have lost? (Contributed by Aiken)
    29. Where does an itch go when you scratch it? (Contributed by Scarlet)
    30. Who is All? And why is he lost? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
    31. Have you ever lost an item, looked for it, found it, but forgot what you were looking for and kept looking for it after you found it? (Contributed by Lacey)
    32. Isn't it true that what we see depends mainly on what we look for? (Contributed by John Lubbock)
    33. Isn't a key ring just a handy little gadget that allows you to lose all your keys at the same time? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    34. Why do you always lose something important the day BEFORE you need it? Why can't we lose it the day afterwards? (Contributed by Valerie)
    35. How does one turn up missing? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    36. When we look for something, why is it so easy for other people to encourage us to look harder? (Contributed by Richard)
    37. Why do we see an object all the time when we don't need it, but when we need it, it's gone? (Contributed by PK)
    38. What happens is someone loses a Lost and Found Box? (Contributed by T.M.)
    39. Why is it that the thing we're looking for is always in the last place we look? (Contributed by Emily)
    40. If a lost article is always the first place you'd think it would be and the last place you look, wouldn't we eventually learn to look the first place we'd think it'd be? Is the human race just stupid? (Contributed by Serra Duchi)
    41. If a man turns down the volume on the car radio, is he lost? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    42. Why is it that the more important something is, the longer it takes to find? And why is it when you need something MOST, you can't find it? (Contributed by Tasha)
    43. How come no one ever forgets where they buried the hatchet? (Contributed by Don F.)
    44. How come the quickest way to find something is to start looking for something else? (Contributed by Don F.)
    45. Is it true that nothing is really lost until your Mom canít find it? (Contributed by Connie)
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