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GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1874 posts
4/30/2019 1:37 pm
Sometimes Ya Just Gotta Laugh

What a start - or actually an end to my day!

I work nights - the 11:00 p.m to 7:00 a.m shift...not an easy thing - but I try to make it work.

Well...this morning I got done work -did a little food shopping, and then stopped at a local convenience store to pick up something ( a coffee).

I didn't wanna carry my whole handbag in, so I grabbed my wallet..popped my car trunk - (to put my handbag into - instead of leaving it in the car) ..hit the lock button on the door of the car as I got out, and shut the car door....

My car has one of those button ignition kind of thingys ...

Anyway when you leave your keys it will let you know by a sound. Unfortunately there was work being done in the parking lot and I didn't hear the sound.

I put my bag in the trunk, shut that and then went to reach for my keys which I thought were in my pocket. NO KEYS...(more precisely a remote), those were in the cup holder IN the car!!

Thank God I have roadside assistance!! What a lifesaver sometimes.....

It took them about 40 minutes to get to me....I had a few "chilled" items from the store (they seemed fine) and ice cream cones......which may or may not have survived, I was too tired to check...just stuck them in the freezer.....lol

I'm usually not so bubble headed...(ok..ok - maybe sometimes)....but it was a rough night at work, and I was sore and tired.....

That's my story and I'm stickin' to it....LOL

Did get some sleep after that, and the silver lining in my little "adventure" is:

I have off tonight....YAY!!

Have a good night all.....and as my PSA for today: Make sure ya have your friggin keys BEFORE you lock and shut the door....

These are the tools they use to get the door open.....and it took him under a minute. Yikes!!







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GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
4/30/2019 1:39 pm

Yep.....that's what happened!!....lol

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let_me_see1 61M  
664 posts
4/30/2019 1:53 pm

After working a full night shift, you are given a total pass on the keys. I have done that in the middle of the day already. And yes, it is great to have roadside assistance. That is until they come out and use the door pry thingy you posted, which leaves the total feeling of "damn, I need to get one of those". Of course, then I realize that even if I had one of those, it would be locked in the car with my keys. Anyway, enjoy your well deserved night off! And here's wishing you a much better day tomorrow!

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benard69 63M/63F  
5258 posts
4/30/2019 1:54 pm

Yep been there done that...And you know the minute that door shuts that you are totally screwed and not in a good way...lol


lilbigman8833 53M
259 posts
4/30/2019 1:58 pm

done it a few times that's why I carry a window popper to break sumbitchen thing out


GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
4/30/2019 3:49 pm

    Quoting let_me_see1:
    After working a full night shift, you are given a total pass on the keys. I have done that in the middle of the day already. And yes, it is great to have roadside assistance. That is until they come out and use the door pry thingy you posted, which leaves the total feeling of "damn, I need to get one of those". Of course, then I realize that even if I had one of those, it would be locked in the car with my keys. Anyway, enjoy your well deserved night off! And here's wishing you a much better day tomorrow!
Yeah....I kinda thought I deserved a forgetful moment.....although I did bang my head ever so lightly on the car window (for my forgetfulness....lol) as I looked at the keys in there.

This was the first time I did it with this car, but did it with my last car twice I think....ugh!

Roadside is great! I also used them to change a tire for me once as well when I got a flat. Although I made the mistake of telling them I hit a pothole and apparently that's not covered, so I had to pay out of pocket. Thankfully it wasn't too expensive.

Funny thing.....(sorta) - my daughter calls me around 4:00 this afternoon on her way home from work (she's an RN now....YAY!!) and asks me if we have roadside assistance. SHE hit a pothole and heard the air go out of the tire!

I told her yes we do .....But DO NOT tell them it was a pothole. If they don't ask....do not tell......lol

She got home okay, and had a nice dinner of sausage, peppers and onions (over rice) waiting for her

Thanks for the good wishes.....

I think her and I are both hoping for a better tomorrow......lol

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GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
4/30/2019 3:54 pm

    Quoting benard69:
    Yep been there done that...And you know the minute that door shuts that you are totally screwed and not in a good way...lol
I think probably any of us that have been driving for awhile has done it at least once....some of us (me) have done it a couple times.....lol

I realized it after I shut the trunk and put my bag in there.

The thought even crossed my mind - had I not shut the trunk....I might have been able to climb through,by pushing the back seat down! You can imagine the looks I'd get on that one? Hahahahaha......

So yes, I was screwed....and not well at all....lol

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GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
4/30/2019 4:01 pm

    Quoting lilbigman8833:
    done it a few times that's why I carry a window popper to break sumbitchen thing out
I've actually thought about getting the "tools of the trade" myself....but I'd probably have them in the trunk and without the remote to get in there....I'm no better off....lol

I have an extra remote for the car and texted my one daughter (thank God I had my phone in my pocket at least) to go to the house and get it.

But she was sleeping and didn't hear the phone. I didn't try to call cause she could have been in school or at work! Had I known I would have relentlessly called until she picked up......lol

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GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
4/30/2019 4:02 pm

    Quoting  :

Hahahahaha.....whatever I can to do to help.....lol

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Paulxx001 63M
16483 posts
4/30/2019 8:43 pm

Thanks for the tip. I've left the keys in my car before, but my doors won't lock when they're in there.


GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
4/30/2019 9:12 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    Thanks for the tip. I've left the keys in my car before, but my doors won't lock when they're in there.
Sure thing....you're welcome!

My car gives me an alert if I lock the door, with the keys (remote) in it, and gives me a few seconds to open the door...before it locks,but I didn't hear it because of the rather loud work being done in the parking lot.

Soooooo frustrating....especially when you're sore and tired......lol

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Kalbi54 65M
1247 posts
5/1/2019 11:39 am

That's odd... my cars will not lock if the keys are inside the car. Cars I've had I lock by touching the door handle. If the keys are inside the car, the door won't lock. Sometimes I'm standing there trying to lock the door and it doesn't until I realize the key isn't in my pocket. At least you didn't have to damage anything, just a little time waster there


GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
5/1/2019 2:42 pm

Hmmmmm.....all I know is I hit the lock on the door, got out (I had popped the trunk from inside),shut the door....walked to the back of the car, put my handbag in the trunk...shut the trunk and then reached in my jacket pocket thinking the keys were in there....and NO keys.

There is a few seconds delay and a sound notification if the keys are left in the car, but it will ultimately lock if you don't open the door within that time.

The car is a Mazda.....

No damage to the car...and just under 40 minutes wasted!

I have been very careful today...to make sure I have the keys......lol

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pocogato12 68F  
34379 posts
5/1/2019 5:29 pm

I wont bore you with my tale- I really feel for you coming of third shift.
I did the "keys in the wrong place" TWICE in one day.

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billydixy66 67M
180 posts
5/3/2019 2:23 am

I'm left wondering who in the hell could make those hours work! And what sort of job it could be, lots of interesting ideas
In this part of the world most night shifts run from either 6 to 6 or 8 to 8


GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
5/13/2019 3:33 pm

    Quoting billydixy66:
    I'm left wondering who in the hell could make those hours work! And what sort of job it could be, lots of interesting ideas
    In this part of the world most night shifts run from either 6 to 6 or 8 to 8
Yeah....me too!........lol

I am basically a "personal shopper" for people who have no time to shop, no desire to shop or perhaps are older, or maybe can't get out due to health or age.

Was that one of those jobs you were thinking of?,,,,hahaha

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author51 57F  
100577 posts
5/14/2019 12:38 am

Like you my friend I work graveyards as well and love it..as for forgetting keys or locking them in my car, I don't have a car so does not happen. I have on occasion forgot my work keys to let me in to clean buildings and have had to walk all the way back home, then back up to work to let myself in..lol.

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GreenEyedLady_60 60F  
1909 posts
5/22/2019 4:49 pm

I would prefer to work during the day honestly, but the job I have pays more for the night shift. The upside is it is quieter, and I only have to deal with the nuts I work with, instead of customers......lol

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