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Herself is the same: when she is finished using something, she puts it down. And that's it - whatever it was remains where she last used it. So if my pliers are missing, they could be in the greenhouse (last used to pull up something prickly), the shed (last used as a hammer), the bedroom (last used as a paperweight), the kitchen (fish bones), the bathroom (I didn't ask), or ... well, anywhere really.
And she objected vociferously when I wanted to put a lock on the tool-room-under-the-stairs ...
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when she is finished using something, she puts it down
My wife is the same. When she's done using an object, she puts it somewhere out of immediate view. Since her short-term memory no longer works thanks to a couple strokes, the object is now no longer part of her universe. Later when it bubbles back up for some reason she calls on her offline memory (aka me) to remember where she put it.
There's a rumour that Husqvarna had the sarcastic warning text on their chainsaws: "Do not attempt to stop chain with your hands or genitals"
I strongly doubt that there is any truth in it, but funny nonetheless.