Dear Steve and Shirley, my husband is somewhat of a hoarder and a pack rat. He can't seem to let go of anything from his past, I mean nothing! We've been married for five years and it's getting worse. My husband comes in the back door from work and starts taking his clothes off and when I get home I pick up behind him. If I didn't, the clothes would stay on the floor. Keep all of that in mind because there is an issue that I want to run by you guys and see if you can shed any light on what's going on. Two days ago, I had to run to the store so I jumped in my husband's car, I had on slides and I kept feeling some fabric hitting the back of my foot. When I reached down, I pulled a worn pair of boxers from underneath the driver's seat. I left them in a car. When I got home, I told him to go get them. It didn't phase me then because I was distracted with our two-year-old that was sick. Later that night, I carved out time to drill him about what happened earlier. He said he got hot while he was driving and he slid his drawers off and put them under his feet instead of putting them in the passenger seat. He said by the time he got home he forgot about them. I went to find the draws and he said he threw them away. Now, this is the same man that never likes to throw anything away but he expects me to believe he put them in the trash. I couldn't find them in any garbage cans in the house or out back. Later that night, I threw the rest of his draws in a garbage bag and put them in my car trunk since it's too hot to wear draws. I figured he didn't need them. He still won't tell me the truth and he bought new draws. What's really going on here?