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No Neville but sadly he has done it,right outside our church in the parking area.How embarrassing ,but he still managed to find something to get the door open.After that he fixed a spare key,to the inside of a mud guard ,incase it happened again.It never did. I always carry my set of keys ,in case. But with the newer cars ,the immobiliser it on the key ring. Clever dudes thought that one out. ❤️❤️❤️
Maureen, but it won't help him if he locks his keys in his own car. ♥♥♥
Love this one. My husband always follows this advice,he has helped manya damsel in distress. Handy tool to have. Ha ha !❤️❤️❤️
Nev, you got it right again: my purse and I are both short and getting wider.
jyl, because you can't fit a coathanger in your purse? :-))) ♥♥♥
Now I know why I keep the spare key in my purse.
Linda, I think your first Right (Right?) was right! :-))) ♥♥♥
That is sound logic! Right? Right! LOL.
Bev, I might have to take the coathanger out of my glovebox now!! :-))) ♥♥♥
Cute Nev....real cute.
Penophil, I think we all have embarrassing moments like these, when we all want to crawl into a hole.Many thanks for your visit and comment. Nev, Sydney, Australia. ♥♥♥
I drive a van. One day I locked the keys inside. Called B.C.A.A. ....waited the longest time. Then as the truck approached me....I remembered one of the side sliding doors was unlocked. I wanted to fall in a hole, when I had to tell the mechanic who came.
jyl, I have a habit of putting things away in "special places" too, and then soon after I forget where they are. :-))) ♥♥♥
Rob, you're in fine form today. :-)))
Wendy, there are people about who might actually do this. But they'll only do it once. ♥♥♥
Treker, now you're my kind of guy. (ᵔᴗᵔ)
Treker, next time, have the place where the key is hidden (or a clue), engraved on something so you can find it easily. How about on the key. ;-))
That is so funny. I know someone who would probably do this. That's kind of sad!!! ...........Wendy
treker, good one. I like your style! :-)))
Months ago, I had a duplicate ignition key made for my truck,...and I hid it somewhere in the undercarriage. The problem is,...I CAN'T REMEMBER WHERE I HID IT!!!
Bobbie, I can hear you from here! :-))) ♥♥♥
Joe, glad you're getting a laugh out of it. :-)))
Janet, we're racking them up, aren't we? :-))) ♥♥♥
Ardy, your wit has come to the party too!They're making cars smarter and smarter these days. ♥♥♥
Ellen, laughter is the best medicine, even when you're not ill. :-))) ♥♥♥
Rob, your Canadian wit is showing! :-)))
Pat have you no spirit of adventure? It's more fun with a coathanger. :-)))
Heheee, still laughing. Thanks Nev.☺♥♥♥
Way too funny!! Thanks Nev!! :))
Well this one is bringing out the funny stories. Thanks for a laugh Nev, hugs to you. ♥♥♥
On a par with the young lady whose father gave her one of those implements that will cut a seat belt and/or smash a window if she kept it in her car. She assured him it was in the trunk. Thanks, Nev. Fortunately my car will not lock if the keys are inside.
Oh, jeeeez, you two! You're both hopeless! :o)
Bullseye! Neville strikes again. :-)Nev, d'ya ever hear of the gentleman from (insert widely disparaged region here) who found himself locked out of his car? He had to call a locksmith to let his family out.
That's just dumb. I have a SPARE KEY! It's in my dresser drawer in the bedroom.