By Silverfeathery - 14/11/2016 11:19 - United States - Lewiston
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I'll bet if the phones weren't in there, you wouldn't have smashed the window. I get separation anxiety when I'm not close to my beloved iPhone!
#28 how did YOU reach this 'point'? to me it seems like 22 is not getting this point judging by how they are a responding to a comment that mocks people's attachment to phones and thus states they wouldn't have broken the windows if they had their phones. didn't say anything about calling a locksmith. #22 brought it up. like they were mocking the originals comment for mocking cell phone dependence by saying well it would be hard to call a locksmith without a phone (even if spoken with sarcasm, it still sounds like not needing a locksmith didnt occurr to them. either that or FML can't read the initial comment's sarcasm and it just ends with people being confused. idk. maybe I'm just being dumb though. I wouldn't put it past me. I can be a brick at times. luckily, being a brick has not yet become a full time job for me just yet.... OR has it....? hmm. *shrug*
Im very confused as to how you locked yourself out of the car with the keys... im not even joking, i read this three times and counting. I know it says that everything, including themselves, got locked out. Im pretty sure im not hallucinating. Is this a typo that everyone else is ignoring?
You could have just called the police. A buddy of mine locked his keys in his car a few weeks ago and a cop was able to use this weird hook tool to unlock the car.