By BadDay - 20/09/2016 05:04 - Australia - Beerwah

Today, being a little stressed, I managed to lock my keys inside my car. I was taking this fairly calmly until, while waiting for roadside assistance, I overheard another woman in the same carpark say, "No, of course I didn't lock my keys in the car! I'm not a COMPLETE idiot." FML
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Well, the joke is on her because you locked your keys in your car, and you're not a complete idio—oh… I see how that could be hurtful.

She has a COMPLETE lack of empathy and tact. One should see their own reflection before judging others. You might have locked your keys in your car, but I assume you still remained a decent human being.

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So she's an idiot with parts missing. Who hasn't locked their keys in their car once or twice.

I feel the need to point out that #1 was making a jest at the expense of the other women, not op. A vaguely amusing jest at that. And if someone thumbs him down because you never locked your keys in the car, than you wait till tomorrow when your in the parking lot at work, and your wondering where your keys are.

Aww, don't worry OP! It'll get better =)

She has a COMPLETE lack of empathy and tact. One should see their own reflection before judging others. You might have locked your keys in your car, but I assume you still remained a decent human being.

And how do you know the woman wasn't having a stressful day? No, you'll just continue to make assumptions.

There is almost no excuse for irascible behavior, regardless if one is stressed or not. Lack of control of emotion is indicative of a weak human being. So by my assumption. based on your comment, it is ok for, an example being an employee, to vent at their clientele? A shitty person is a shitty person. I'm tired of people randomly trying to confront me on this app. Dislike what I said? There's a button for that. Otherwise, unless you have a valid retort for any comment, not just mine, you should keep stuff to yourself.

StormfrontX33, you seem to be reacting due to emotion. Surely you don't consider yourself a weak human being? Or is true strength only determined by remaining an emotionless robot? The reply to you was very valid. You ARE working off assumptions. You have no idea whether the woman was in her own little world and had lost her keys. Obviously she would have been asked if she had locked them inside her car, and it may be simply circumstance that it happened when the OP was present. You are prejudging to immediately condemn the woman.

Im wondering if this wasnt just a random passerby that op overheard talking on her phone. i cant imagine many places (excluding walmart) where a stranger will walk past you just to call you a idiot.

Agreed 10&12. I didn't think the woman was judging/insulting OP, but assumed she was talking to someone else and it was a case of bad timing. Firstly because services had not arrived yet (so not obvious she'd locked herself out) and secondly because the comment wasn't directed to her. When someone teases/criticizies you about mistakes, a response like "I'm not a complete idiot" isn't meant to insult others (or literally mean that ppl who make mistakes are idiots). It's more going with the flow (humorous/annoyed) of conversation. So I thought the comment wasn't related to OP, but since OP was having a bad day, it made her feel worse.

@ Welshite. I never made any comment on what kind of person I myself was. You're working off of an assumption as well. Just noting.

When that's all you can say when you get wrekt. Rant about person commenting --> gets destroyed --> ah, I found a tiny point to comment on --> wao, I win.

Do you mean wrecked****? I fail to see how, considering that my disliked off tangent comments are overshadowed by my relevant, original comment. This isn't call of duty, kid.

Stormfront, buddy. You really don't take people disagreeing with you well, do you. This isn't the first time I've seen you react like this. You really need to learn to let this stuff go.

Aww, it's so cute how you direct message people who irritate you. You're such a child with the matching temperament.

Lol, this kid sends a message with second rate grammar, childish insults such as retard, and blocks me. Don't dish out what you can't take, kid.

Look at the pictures on my profile. We all have opinions and if you don't respect that, move on. Not everybody agrees and it's okay!

Look at mine. It's hilarious, he uses an extra comma after yet and doesn't use one before kid. Acts like I didn't use "wrekt" intentionally and sends the most childish comment ever. His train of thought: don't agree with someone --> send a personal message to attack them --> block --> I win! He should act the age he put on his profile.

I've done that... If I had a damn dollar for each time that happened ... I'd have $7, now that I actually LOST my keys ... Add $9.

I dropped my keys down an elevator shaft. On two different occasions.

Look around there has to be a thug close by, would be cheaper than a lock smith, and quicker than waiting for someone to bring your spare.

1-800-rent-a-thug. Need your car broken into because you lost your keys? FREE! You just pay us to get you car back. You forgot to take you pocketbook home and dont feel like getting it from you friends house? FREE! You just pay us to get the furniture back. You pissed of a gang and want some one to mess them up for you? FREE! You just pay for the hospital bills that inevitably come after the gang gets you, and the plane ticket to mexico, since there isnt any way in hell rent-a-thug is messing with them. Remember folks, thats 1-800-rent-a-thug!

Well, the joke is on her because you locked your keys in your car, and you're not a complete idio—oh… I see how that could be hurtful.

First thing that came to mind was Peter Griffin locking his keys OUT of the car.

You should've ran up and keyed her car! Wait, nevermind...

Ahhh....-llianz roadside assist?

I feel like many people have done this/have almost done this. I don't know how many times I've had to throw my hand into the car door before it closed with my keys inside