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Have you ever had any clothing stolen from home

4meAndyou · F
Yes. A long time ago I was living in an apartment in Boston with 4 room mates...and every once in a while a young man who was a friend of theirs would escape from the mental hospital where he was undergoing drug rehab. The second time he escaped, he brought a female friend, and she stole quite a few of my clothes.
4meAndyou · F
@antonioioio No, I never got them back.
DrWatson · 70-79, M
@4meAndyou "For God, one day is like a thousand years...."
4meAndyou · F
@DrWatson So right! Man proposes, God disposes...in His own time and when it benefits everyone most!
AbbeyRhode · F
Not from home, but years ago, my car was broken into, and they stole my radio and a really nice sweater that I had in the car.
4meAndyou · F
@AbbeyRhode I once bought a pair of Versace sunglasses, parked my car in a paid parking lot, locked my car, but my sunglasses "disappeared".
Musicman · 61-69, M
Actually I have. As many people here know my wife and I have a motorhome. One time when we came back from a trip there was no signs of forced entry, but my underwear, not my wife's, but mine, was gone along with some of our washcloths.
Musicman · 61-69, M
@SW-User They got into the house while we were away. ☹️ Didn't take anything except my underwear and face clothes.
@Musicman Oh, sorry... I said RV and meant house. That's scary that they broke into the house. 🥺 I still think it sounds like a homeless person.

There's some odd damage to the back of my parents' house I noticed recently -- and it's underneath the deck. Will have to check it out in broad daylight this weekend, and am a bit leery since I found a notice in their mailbox regarding a missing man and it said in capital letters CHECK YOUR SECURITY CAMERAS. Parents didn't have a security cam... so I'm left wondering.
Musicman · 61-69, M
@SW-User I hope it all works out for you.
FreeSpirit1 · 51-55, F
Someone stole underwear from the clothes line, I'm sure it was some poor unfortunate underwear deprived individual. 🤣
One of my jackets had been missing for years....every once in a while it would occur to me "didn't I have a brown leather jacket, and what happened to it?" Couldn't remember if I'd loaned it to someone or what... Well, this year, as I was clearing out stuff from my deceased parents' house, I found not only my old brown leather jacket from 20 years ago, but also a quilted one that I'd totally forgotten. They still fit perfectly. 😄
Musicman · 61-69, M
@SW-User WOW! You struck a major find. Congratulations 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
@Musicman The necklace isn't valuable, except as a sentimental object. My great aunt was the only person who ever spoke to me in Dad's family, so I wouldn't want to forget her. It was a relief to find that necklace again.
Musicman · 61-69, M
@SW-User The sentimental ones can be the most valuable to the heart. 🤗💝💝💝
SunshineGirl · 36-40, F
My daughter 'borrows' shoes and any other items of clothing that fit her 🙄
Musicman · 61-69, M
@SunshineGirl You are a good mom. 🤗
meggie · 36-40, F
My ex sister in-law would borrow things and not return them. That's stealing to me.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
Only from the apartment’s laundromat
Nimbus · M
No change there Ned ;)
LivinLite406 · 36-40, M
No, but I found a wife-beater in my drawer once. I don’t wear wife-beaters! 🤔🤔
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