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Forget-Me-Do

A bland cypher for the thing you forget to take with you
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If you're one of those people who always forgets the last thing to pack when going on a trip, these otherwise useless objects are designed to take the place of the one thing you forget, thereby ensuring you packing success.

these cyphers may come in any design, as long as they are:

A. Slightly more forgettable than the blandest thing you need to take.

B. Inexpensive to buy in bulk, and easy and fast to re-order, possibly on a subscription basis.

TheBamforth, Dec 19 2020

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       I don't get it.
Voice, Dec 19 2020
  

       Presumably the subscription system is because the items are so non-memorable that you inevitably forget to buy more.   

       Don't mind [Voice]. He never pays attention in class.
8th of 7, Dec 19 2020
  

       If only there was a device, that can have hundreds of Forget-Me-Do's on it so remembering any object is unecessary.
wjt, Dec 20 2020
  

       Travel notwithstanding, I find the idea of something designed to be forgotten quite interesting.
tatterdemalion, Dec 20 2020
  

       How do you know your house isn't already full of them? Check your bank statement, you may find the monthly standing order for delivery of re-orders has been set up for years.
pocmloc, Dec 20 2020
  
      
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