My mundane thing happened a couple of days ago. I have a hair clip that I use to pin up my hair when taking a shower. It wasn't on the counter where I usually keep it, not in the shower, nowhere. So I used something else. When I got out of the shower, it was on the counter. I told my husband about it and we laughed. Today, my husband came to me and said, remember how you couldn't find that hair clip? Same thing happended to me... H was typing a letter at the computer, and he had the person's letter (to whom he was replying), on the table next to computer. Then it was not there. He looked everywhere, including trash, and not located. It hasn't reappeared (yet).My examples of disappearing items are so mundane that it's hard to notice if they really did disappear or are just something plain and regular like forgetting you threw them out, or they just got lost amongst other things. Appearing items on the other hand are strange. I wonder if there's any difference between disappearing and appearing/multiplying or if it's part of the same process.
Just this morning I lost a semi-good razor (I bought 2 main bases which can be re-filled at the head; I bought 2 because they were on special and knew they don't last forever but at least longer than the 3 weeks I've had them). I know I haven't thrown it out, it can't be located anywhere else and I'm certain both were in good condition yesterday. But today, the one remaining is broken and missing it's 'button' to replace the new heads, so I've no idea how that even happened. Again - it's such a boring anecdote, outside of the context of this discussion, as suggested by Joe, who would even notice something like that? I know I have had similar experiences before, but they're such forgettable memories I can't remember what it was that even disappeared.