I need some help.
Can someone, anyone, explain to me why it is that grown men feel the need to revert to their inner ten year old when they can't find things?
I love my husband. And I would not trade him for anything. Really, I wouldn't. But why is it when he can't find something he stops looking after fifteen seconds and comes to me for divine inspiration? It usually involves tracking down something that I am completely unfamiliar with. Things like the following:
1. Something I have never heard of,
2. Something that has only EVER been in his office. (Said office being off limits to me without his express written consent. For which I am eternally grateful to not have to navigate through that colossal mess.)
3. Something that even had I picked it up would never have wanted for myself.
4. Something that he really could live without.
That being said, why is it when he comes to me and asks me if I have seen said item I feel the need to immediately get up and look for it? I am normally working this blind since I am usually unfamiliar with the item in questions anyway.
Of course I always get up and help search. And the search usually ends after I have found whatever it is we are looking for. Why it is me that always has to find it, I don't know. But in our house that does seem to be the end result each and every time.
When I polled a couple of adult males (they were all over the age of 35) they explained that it had to do with the lady parts and something called a uterine tracking device. Amazing, I was unaware.
When I asked Captain Kid about it, he just smiled and said, "The force is strong with you." I always knew I had a superpower, now it appears I can channel Luke Skywalker as well. Good information to have.
So tell me, is the force strong with you?