Hrmmmm, it would seem my keys have decided to hide themselves over night (gotta be in the bloody house somewhere!), but the main problem right now is the car is blocking up most of the driveway.
Is there anyway I can get into her, short of smashing a rear quarter? Will the coat hanger down the window work? Not that we have any wire coat hangers left after my mate locked his keys in his car a while back.....
Well dad just borrowed a set of wheel jacks, so the car is outta the way now.
heh, not in my pocket With our driveway I can park infront of or behind mum's car, depending on who gets home first. Got back from the Metallica concert at midnight last night, so I lost and parked behind. The deal is I leave my keys on the wall unit so whoever can move my car in the morning and get out.
Got woken up this morning by dad asking where my keys were, though I left them on the wall unit for sure, my girlfriend even saw me chuck them up there. I didn't bother locking the front door, so someone could of come in and pinched them, but why leave the keys to a VT Calais and an AU Futura? And more importantly, why pinch the keys but not the car or anything from it? Not that there's anything worth pinching, woohoo EA-ED falcon service manual or a 2000 melways!
Behind your bed! No no! They're in your girlfriends bag! I hate that feeling - although I don't usually do it with my car keys. Just blame the parents. They feel guilty and then start to think, "hmm, maybe I did take his keys, but I don't quite remember... "! Then they start looking too, that always works for me
Originally Posted by Sundeep
Eh Yagz, suck my left teste mate I'll have boost for $1k, even if it is only 1 pound.
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