Have you ever left anything in an Uber? Who am I kidding, who hasn't drunkenly left something in an Uber, or even a taxi, only to feel your phone or wallet drive quickly away into the dark night?
Well, it turns out Uber is keeping track of what is commonly left behind... and they've also got a list of the most hilariously outrageous things that have been left behind.
TL;DR Uber has compiled lists of the most forgetful cities in Canada, the most commonly forgotten items as well as the most hilariously ridiculous items people have left behind in their Uber in Canada. Check it out below!
It turns out Quebec is pretty forgetful. In fact, three Quebec cities made it onto the list of the top 10 Most Forgetful Cities in Canada.
The 10 Most “Forgetful” Canadian Cities:
2. Niagara Region
5. Quebec City
9. London, Ont
The Top 10 Most Forgotten Items left in Ubers across Canada are pretty expected. All the stuff you'd expect a drunk person to leave behind them after a night out at the club.
Canada’s 10 Most Commonly Forgotten Items:
10. Water bottle/thermos
But this list of Most Outrageous Lost Items is absolutely hilarious... and makes me feel kinda bad for these people.
Canada’s Most Outrageous Lost Items:
1. Glass eyes
2. Shower curtain pole
3. Graduation certificate
5. Fake potted plant
6. Wedding cards
9. Wedding ring
10. Gold teeth
12. Asthma pump
14. Walking stick
15. A black whip
Imagine leaving your teeth or glass eye behind!!! Not fun.
Also, I'm so sad for anyone that has ever left their poutine behind in a taxi or Uber. The suffering. I can't even imagine the suffering.
Uber has also released statistics about what items are forgotten the mosts on each day of the week. Get this:
What Are People Most Likely To Forget?
● On Monday? Watches.
● On Tuesday? Headphones.
● On Wednesday? Laptops.
● On Thursday? Books.
● On Friday? Passports.
● On Saturday? Phones.
● On Sunday? Cakes.
This information just paints such a picture of people who take Ubers.
Less shocking data shows Uber riders are most forgetful on Saturdays and Sundays, and late at night - between 11pm and 1am.
The most forgetful days of the year were January 1, 2018 and October 29,
2018 - New Years and Halloween. No surprise there.