I think Ive found the answer but would like some insight. Im thinking it is the same place nail clippers, lids for travel coffee mugs and hair accessories go.

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  • 123451168

    April 18, 2016

    Well, um, my socks go….in the sock drawer.

    Easy enuff!!

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  • 1702

    April 18, 2016

    gnomes and elves take them. Funny thing is sometimes they bring them back. I guess their done with them?!<

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  • 6024

    April 18, 2016

    if its anything like my washing machine – that eats my thongs….

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  • 6024

    April 18, 2016

    check in the vent/filter thing behind your dryer. you’d be surprised at the amount of crap you find back there

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  • 2000Watts

    April 18, 2016

    the gnomes who turn the refrigarator light on and off(who are cousins of the ones whos steal the pieces of the puzzles) steal them and worship them!

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  • Kuku Kajoob

    April 18, 2016

    When the dryer spins it opens up a worm hole to another dimension. What happens is the magnetic pull from the other dimension is only so strong and can’t handle grabbing socks by the pair. It can only take one sock before it collapses upon itself.

    Now that the spare sock has traveled to the other dimension it has turned into an anti-matter sock & can no longer come back to our dimension. If the sock does come back when the dryer worm hole opens again it would collide with its mate in this dimention and destroy both dimensions. That’s why people don’t put odd socks in the dryer after its mate is missing.

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  • 2124

    April 18, 2016

    they get holes in them and are thrown away, then ppl 4get and don’t throw away the matching sock, ppl then think they have disappeared.

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  • 626935

    April 18, 2016

    Unpaired socks go to the realm of the Land of the Lost Socks. To the right of Narnia.

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  • 1 Pink Floyd Fan

    April 18, 2016

    The socks enter the hozone neve to return.

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  • 2cents

    April 18, 2016

    I seem to have an excess of unmatched socks. Should we have a sock meet and see if we can find their match.

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  • 9242

    April 18, 2016

    Usually, one sock will go down the drain, as your washer spins and it gets caught in the pump, and passes through there, to your drain in the sink and passes through there!

    Or, it can get caught up in the filter of your washer..(some have them, most do not).

    Also, it gets trapped behind the drum of the dryer, or gets sucked into the lint trap when you have a hole in it…But, I opt for the dryer drum because sometimes it works loose and the seal lets the blasted things get behind it…
    (Yes, I have found quite a few in my dryer that way, when I serviced it).

    Jesse

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  • 9878

    April 18, 2016

    The sock homo comes and steels them in the middle of the night if you don’t properly put them away.

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  • 6204

    April 18, 2016

    With the rest of your lost mind.

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  • FLUMPS 9744

    April 18, 2016

    i dont know. i was wondering myself, but they always turn up sooner or later..if u pin them together when u take them off to wash them. you will never lose another pair…*smiles*

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  • Mike

    April 18, 2016

    Note to self…buy 10 pair of identical socks so won’t notice when one goes missing….cool, eh?

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