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post #1 of 27
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He would lose it. So Steve called me around 12:30 from work and the first thing he says "You can yell at me later..." well thats not a good way to start a convo. "I locked my keys in the car" ok..well that sucks but its not the biggest issue in the world I have a set of keys..

"and I lost your keys" that made me really mad. He has been useing my keys and i kept asking him not to. bewcause i coul never find them when he was done useing them...but obviously he didnt listen.

So i just had to call a lock smith out for him on a sunday..$55 bucks to unlock the darn jeep. ok well its $40 for the call and $15 for the unlock. and that was the cheapest one. And than when he gets home we have to go get some more keys made.

Boy oh Boy I am cheesed off at him right now. and he knows it.
post #2 of 27
Ah men! Well not just men, everybody! We all have our little thing that drives our SO crazy. My DH has a thing for throwing stuff away. Like the perfecty good bread I couldn't find in the fridge this afternoon to finish off my salad with. Both loaves of perfectly good bread actually!
post #3 of 27
I locked myself outta the truck about a month ago
Yeap, $45 down the tube...I gave my mom a spare set of the truck keys AND house keys
post #4 of 27
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Originally Posted by MoochNNoodles View Post
Ah men! Well not just men, everybody! We all have our little thing that drives our SO crazy. My DH has a thing for throwing stuff away. Like the perfecty good bread I couldn't find in the fridge this afternoon to finish off my salad with. Both loaves of perfectly good bread actually!
Yeeesh bread? I didnt mind that he used my keys until i started NOT being able to find them when I wanted to go somewhere. And I am not gonna leave the door unlocked. We have the one car but I often walk places. or use Isis (i have a cart for her. she thinks its fun lol)

and now he lost MY keys.

I liked my keychains too!

post #5 of 27
We've done that a few times.Luckily with the mini-van which we have full coverage insurance on and got the $$$ back in a check from them.
Do you have full coverage?If so, call your agent and ask about it.
post #6 of 27
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I locked myself outta the truck about a month ago
Yeap, $45 down the tube...I gave my mom a spare set of the truck keys AND house keys
well my mom will be getting some car keys now too. she has a house key but i have to replace that as we just had to replace our door knob it broke. ugh.
post #7 of 27
We have a spare house key hidden and both the older two kids have house keys.
post #8 of 27
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I dont mind about the house key. We just redid the door (ok I redid the door)

its the car keys and my keychains i am cheesed about, lol

I just gave Dutchy a house Key..
post #9 of 27
My sister looses her keys sooooo much that she made a spare for me and my mom..lol...i'm constantly having to go over there and let her and the kids in the house when her hubby is at work..I just laugh at her- what a goof ball!
post #10 of 27
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Well now i am even angrier. Steve called and said the guy that showed up to unlock the car said it would be $70 for the call, and $55 for the unlock OH HECK NO.

I was told $40 for the call and $15 for the unlock..

So than the guy said well i can do it for $105 i said No way. nope i will bust a window out first..

So than I snorted at him some more. and yes i was an evil witch about it.

So i got him to $65..although i told him he better double check with his partner (apparently thats who gave me the initial quote) on getting the quotes correct. the price diffrence apparently is because its an SVU...mind you I told the guy on the phone that it was. Ugh.
post #11 of 27
Aw, give him a little break..he probably feels dumb enough doing that..I know I would
post #12 of 27
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LOL...

Yeah can you guess how dumb he feels now...

He just called to tell me he got into the car..

and guess where he left MY keys??

Yup they were in the car.

I wanna cut him some slack but hes making it hard.
post #13 of 27
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LOL...

Yeah can you guess how dumb he feels now...

He just called to tell me he got into the car..

and guess where he left MY keys??

Yup they were in the car.

I wanna cut him some slack but hes making it hard.

post #14 of 27
I've done that a few times, and now I leave an extra key with John and a good friend - I've learned my lesson a few times
post #15 of 27
Oh, I am the queen of locking myself out, the car, the house, whatever, and I've locked the keys in the car twice.... with it running oh, and the spare key and my cell were in it one time too I do it so much I just laugh anymore
post #16 of 27
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms View Post
He would lose it. So Steve called me around 12:30 from work and the first thing he says "You can yell at me later..." well thats not a good way to start a convo. "I locked my keys in the car" ok..well that sucks but its not the biggest issue in the world I have a set of keys..

"and I lost your keys" that made me really mad. He has been useing my keys and i kept asking him not to. bewcause i coul never find them when he was done useing them...but obviously he didnt listen.

So i just had to call a lock smith out for him on a sunday..$55 bucks to unlock the darn jeep. ok well its $40 for the call and $15 for the unlock. and that was the cheapest one. And than when he gets home we have to go get some more keys made.

Boy oh Boy I am cheesed off at him right now. and he knows it.

My poor Grandson has done it 3 times the first time he called his Mom the 2nd she said call someone who cares His girlfriend had a key, the 3rd time he called me to find him a locksmiths number because his cell phone was one like no lines, and he paid for it himself, I have only done it once, and I worked for a lady that had the auto club so they unlocked it I have never done it again, but then I have locked myself out of the house 2 times Thank God I had a key hide outside
post #17 of 27
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I have never locked myself out of the house, however. DUTCHY has locked me out. Theres been a few times that i have gone out to grab the mail on the deck..and sure enough i hear "Click" and than see Dutchy in the little port hole window..

I locked myself out of the car once. But i had a magnet under it for that occassion.

Well he was sucking up all night, and even bought me chinese for dinner. and made himself a sandwhich, lol
post #18 of 27
I made a pretty piece of paper with
DONT FORGET YOUR KEYS
for when i walk otu of the door, but guess what!?
I glance at the door and walk out and then remember (once ive shut the door of course) that ive forgotten my keys!!!

My mum is so worried about leaving me
post #19 of 27
Oh my gosh!! I have locked myself out of the house AND my car, so many times, it isn't funny!
I have TWO hide-a-keys for my house, (In case one gets snow/ice covered) and a magnetic hide-a-key for my car now... AND, I BETTER be able to find it, when/if I need it, too!!!!!
--Sorry that guy, REALLY did try to take you on that cost of it!!! Geeeeeeeeshhhhhhhh
post #20 of 27
That sounds a lot like my brother in law!! He came home from work yesterday and was about to leave for a friend's house and couldn't find the keys. He looked about ten minutes. I accidentally found them looking for a place to set the pacifier!! Try getting one of those magnetic key boxes and hide it in the car and make one for you to keep somewhere (don't tell him about it )
post #21 of 27
I have about 4 different sets of housekeys I keep "safe" for other people (luckily never been called on to help out in an emergency) and I have another 3 sets of office keys for the offices I do cleaning for! I am pretty good at remembering where I put them because they are all in the pantry cupboard on their own hooks with the names of each person/office they belong to! Once I use them, they go back on their little hook! My car/housekeys are always in my handbag so I never forget them!

I have only once lost a set of housekeys... they weren't my housekeys and wasn't all together that sober! I'd been out with my younger sister and she'd got me plastered because her "BIG SIS" doesn't go out enough according to her (she's 23 and a complete club nut!) and she'd been buying me my drinks all night but slowly and surely been upping the alcohol in each drink! Before I knew it I couldn't stand, couldn't talk and was happily directing the taxi driver in the wrong direction to home! He threw us out when he realised I was WAAAAAAYYYY over my limit and we had circled the block 4 times! It was only when we got back to the flat 2 hours later did I realise I'd lost my sister's housekeys! She was furious! I called out the locksmith in very slurred English (who'd opened up the flat once before when my sister had forgotten to take her housekeys out with her... erm yeah, I believe that story!), paid him £200.00 for the after hours call out fee and £100.00 to unlock the damn door - and he got a very drunk young lady (namely me) flatter him with compliments of how good he's been, how brilliant his service was and how sexy he looked in running shorts and trainers!! I learned my lesson when I suddenly realised the next morning what had happened, what I'd said and then the thumping headache began!
post #22 of 27
usually I am the one who does stupid things like that....
post #23 of 27
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lol well he was still sucking up to me this morning..tehehehe
post #24 of 27
At least he knows he needs to suck up!

The only time I locked the keys in my ex-husband's truck, it was after I started it to warm it up in the driveway--and then we couldn't find the spare. So I told him to check his jeans, since three days before he'd misplaced his keys and had to use the spare. But NOOOOOO, it was MY fault, I'D not put the spare back where it belonged, it's NOT in his jeans. . .

Five minutes after the locksmith left, I walked into the bedroom, picked up the jeans he'd been wearing, and, lo and behold, there was the spare in his pocket! Hadn't even needed the locksmith. And you know he never once apologized? (get a sense of why he's the ex??????)
post #25 of 27
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At least he knows he needs to suck up!

The only time I locked the keys in my ex-husband's truck, it was after I started it to warm it up in the driveway--and then we couldn't find the spare. So I told him to check his jeans, since three days before he'd misplaced his keys and had to use the spare. But NOOOOOO, it was MY fault, I'D not put the spare back where it belonged, it's NOT in his jeans. . .

Five minutes after the locksmith left, I walked into the bedroom, picked up the jeans he'd been wearing, and, lo and behold, there was the spare in his pocket! Hadn't even needed the locksmith. And you know he never once apologized? (get a sense of why he's the ex??????)
OUCH yes i am, lol na steve is a big old suck up right now even offered to clean the kitchen..lol i could get used to this..

of course hes not gonna like that he has 100lbs of Wax to haul up the stairs when he gets home
post #26 of 27
Heh, the FH and I locked ourselves out of the house yesterday... we live in the upstairs of a two person duplex... and there are two houses VERY close in on both sides... sometimes the back door is unlocked, so we tried that, but of course it wasn't unlocked.

We tried a couple of the back windows... but they all have storm windows. There was a guy working across the street, so I suggested that we ask if he had a drill to drill out the lock. We had also remembered that there weren't stormwindows in the hall and bathroom windows (both on the second floor), so FH decided that it was better to ask for a ladder rather than a drill.

Then came the fun part. We had to get the ladder over a six foot solid wood wall in between our house -- with about three and half feet of space between them. Then we had to around back of the house and climb over the chain link fence to get between the houses. FH had to climb up the ladder, shoulder open the window, and crawl in head first! Poor guy.

At least we got in though!
post #27 of 27
I locked myself out of my car twice within just 2 or 3 weeks in HS. It was my senior year and I worked in the guidance office one period, so my mother both times just got my keys and gave them to her. That day when I got in there she told me that my mother could just give her a copy of the key and save herself a trip if she wanted to!

The last time I did it I was working at the mall and it was summer time. The ac in my car didn't work too well, but my store was freeeezing! So I'd wear a long sleeve shirt with a tank underneath and just wear the tank in to work. Well I got to work and noticed my friend was parked pretty much next to me, so I wrote a quick note to her and went to stick it in her car...and bumped my door shut! My shirt was in the car. My purse, hanging wide open with my wallet and cell sticking out was right on the front seat! I had to work in the store-room till my mother rescued me again. That part actually was kinda nice! No customers!

I like my house and car now. I have to manually lock my house with the key from the outside and since my car has a remote, I notice it. Plus if I leave the key in the ignition (how I locked myself out of my car in HS), it won't lock even if I hit the button on the door.
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