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It ain't stupid if it works
I would probably leave, get locked out of the building and have to take a cab home.
They've got a lot of trust for the rest of you in the office. You could copy all of those keys with some modeling clay or a bar of soap
Hah. Someone gave him a breakfast burrito today and he skipped lunch but wanted to bring the food home.
Small company and we are all close.
Even closer after you copy his house key.
Found out recently that my friend will start his car and leave it running for about an hour at the end of shift so that it's nice and warm when he drives home. We took it and parked it somewhere else. He now parks in a different parking lot because he knows we're too lazy to go over there and move it again.
Your friend sounds environmentally friendly
That is what normal people do, right? Right?!
Oh I never claimed to be "normal" thats boring
You could take them to any hardware store and have a set in 30 min.
I do this all the time. Works great.
Free lunch. Free car. Check
I do this at home all the time, it works
Or of losing his Tupperware AND his car
No one's mentioned the Chipotle bitchin' sauce? I would totally buy that based on the name alone.
They have a few varieties and I think there’s crack in it. I can’t put it down.
It's really good! The original with pita bread is one of my go-to midnight snacks
Jumped right out at me. San Diego?
It is even better than you could ever fathom.
It’s really good. It’s almond based I think. You’d never know though.
Watch him get to his car and get locked out of the building
I did this at work twice and both times, someone took the keys and gave them to security. I was so pissed.
"Who stole my lunch?!"
"Wait.. who stole my car?!!"
If my car keys were gone from my pocket I’d take the bus home, thinking that’s how I got to work in the morning. So I’d forget the car, keys and the lunchbox.
This is my go to as well! It has caused at least one company-wide “if you’re looking for your keys, I have them, they were in the fridge” email. 🤦🏻♀️
Till someone plays a joke and then forgets after getting home for the day. Yes it actually happenes.
How do you get home without your car key?
Turns out some old beat up f-150s don't require a key to start up. I found that out offer 5+ hours of searching my highschool.
"Old" stuff is way different. Before the time where people would intentionally be "bad" in the good ol' US of A
This is true on so many levels.
I recently drove my 85 year old grandfather to a store a good 30 minutes from his house and as we were leaving the house I asked for the keys to lock the door and he said "just close it, it's fine, we won't be gone too long". In what world can you just leave your front door unlocked and drive away!?!
That's what world.
I'd probably do that in my parents' neighborhood. All that fuss about "good neighborhoods" isn't for nothing.
Sure looks like a car key.
That rings like one of those comments where a kid finds an old floppy disc and goes like "oh cool a 3d printed save button".
You are either too young to know what car keys have always looked like or need glasses.
too young to know what car keys have always looked like
Welp, add that to sentences that make me feel old.
I said it because it looks very much like the bike keys I have, and the car keys I have seen are always a bit thicker (yes I'm too young for it (17) but I haven't seen car keys that flat, maybe its some US vs EU thing?
Depends on the make and year. Specially before automatic locking via a button in the key which is the norm these days (or just a fob) there was no reason to have a thick plastic cover in the top end. I grew up in the 80s and every car key I ever seen up untill the 2000s looked like some variation of the one from picture or had no plastic handle at all.
Thanks for the information, but I meant like the metal part was thicker on the ones I saw, and it explains a lot if its from before 2000s xD
I'm so confused
The weirdly twisted one with a black plastic overcoat? Yeah thats what car keys looked like before "fobs". And before that it was just a long metal key, no plastic
How does he remember his phone and wallet tho?
Steals lunch and keys
Well, I forgot my packed lunch on Monday and I left my keys on Friday....
My husband could do this with his Chevy Prism. No key fob. Meanwhile, I have a key finder on my keys because I lose them constantly.
That’s what I do so I want lose my keys.
something something "cold start"
I xan relate. I'm currently locked out of my place waiting for owner to bring me the spare key. It's cold with jacket (was supposed to do a quick errand) and my car keys are in there as well.
Haha. I do this with my work computer case!
Knowing me I'll still walk out to my car.
Steal his keys and he'll forget all about the tupperware again ;)
i guess the transponder chip in the key hasnt gotten damaged from the cold?
I do this for anything that is important but out of the usual phone-wallet-keys pat down.
I got spooked because those are identical to my boyfriends keys, down to the color of the clip and he does the same thing. He calls it “cold keying”
My father taught me to put my car keys in my lunch bag as I would pack my lunch every day. Never forgot to bring my lunch to work.
Whenever my wife has leftovers for me to take to work she also puts my wallet with my lunch box.
co-worker's* way of not forgetting* his Tupperware
co-workers = more than one co-worker
leave the key and food in the car
takes Uber home
I work in the film industry, and I know sound tech who puts his keys in a fridge whenever he has to turn one off so we don't pick up the hum on the mics. This way he always remembers to turn the fridge back on before leaving. Genius!
Coworkers: " so you don't want me to eat your lunch? Fine I'll just take your car and go out to eat"
Until, at the end of the day, he walks all the way out to his car, and then says to himself, "fuck, I forgot my keys in the fridge!"
I worked at a restaurant and told any co-worker that ordered food to take home to do this. It works, think about it, you pat your pockets checking for your phone/keys. Don't have one, you look for that object, it's also something strange you don't always do, therefore you remember quickly.
And that's how my car was stolen....
Your co-workers way of losing his car.
This is great unless you catch the bus, get all the way home and realise your house keys are still in the fridge
Wow those look exactly like me keys. Carabiner and all... but I do not do this. Alternate timeline.
If you're doing sound on a film/interview in a kitchen the fridge can get picked up by the mics and you might have to unplug it. Car keys in the fridge is a recommended way to remember to plug it back in.
What’s the bitchin sauce do you know?
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It’s and almond based dip that’s crazy good. http://www.bitchinsauce.com/
That apple looks enormous
I do this all the time.
That's my co-worker's way of asking for weird stuff be put in their car every day.
If the tupperware still has food, I'd leave it for tomorrow.
I do the same thing.
I do this at my parents house sometimes. I think my dad told me about it, and someone told him. Fascinating, right?
What kind of "remembering " is this called?
Spelling whilst on a phone can be hawrd.
My way of getting a new car
They never did find the tongue
Paging Dr. Drew!
I do that all the time! I still have to walk back in from my car quite a bit but the food comes home.
Been there, done that.
“I came out of the supermarket, I had the frozen banana guacamole in my hand, I put it in the freezer, I must’ve put my keys in there too”
I wonder how many people took his keys and used his car since most people think stealing from an office fridge comes with full amnesty.
Best way to get your car stolen by some disgruntled employee
It's the remix to ignition, Tupperware and keys in the kitchen
Probably works well until someone steals his car.
it is 2019 there are apps for that, right?