My room is locked ...and still my keys are missing ...what a day!!!

@jaiho2009 (39001)
Philippines
May 1, 2011 10:03am CST
I arrived home from seminar and auditor's meeting,it's been late already and i am tired and want to lie down and sleep. But i still need to attend one more occasion ...my daughter bestfriend's debut party. So,i went straight to my room to have some shower and changed my clothes before going to the party and found out it's locked (ugh!!!) ...and i don't have my keys since it's missing and darn me i didn't bring the spare one hanging in my room key holder. ..Wait,i didn't locked my room when i left this noon...why it is locked? Forget..maybe my daughter did. I called my son,fortunately he is the only one left at home since his 2 siblings were at the party already. He is a master key ...uhmnn...he unlocked my room door using a card (game card like an Atm card ...fine yeah!!! ) Now dear mylotters...if you lost/misplaced or leave your keys inside house/rooms/car .. how did you managed to get in? Call the police before you break you glass window (hehehe..just kidding) Anyway...how did you do it?...just hammer the door knob Today is May 1..not April fools day..but i think i am being fooled this first of MAY.(ahaha) Weekdays ahead again dear friends and mylotters...enjoy the rest of Sunday Jaiho- having not to so good day -May 1,2011-Sunday
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13 responses
• Philippines
1 May 11
the good news is that may 1st is over and hopefully your set of keys will be found soon. hehe when in a rush and with the keys missing, it really sends us off into panic mode. over time, we have lost some of our keys too but i've never lost mine yet. and even if i did misplace it somewhat i've devised a plan of action to overcome it by setting a little trick in the windows. so i need not panic when i accidentally lock the duplex rooms where i'm staying at home right now. as for the keys for the rest of the house, we have 4 copies. one set each for my mom, my brother (who lives in the next town), the safety deposit box in our bank, and the master set in my home office. so far, we haven't resorted to hammering or breaking the locks yet. but we change locks every now and then and update our keys. have a great start this week. tc
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
dear myles, Don't worry i won't brag with "WEDDING BELLS' this time (ahahaha) I hope it is just misplaced,as it never been my habit to carry keys everywhere in the house. The moment i entered the house i have it hanged on the key holder at the side wall near the door. I am always aware with keys,can't afford to lose the front and back door keys ...those keys cannot be duplicated,so losing one is a real frustration to me. uhmnn....so how's the bride to be?
• Philippines
1 May 11
do you realize that whenever i respond to your discussion i get to think twice because i know what your comments will contain? hehehe i hope you find your keys soon j.
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
hahahaha...because i really loved to see you walking the aisle (aw...it's been long time since the last time i attended a friend's wedding...so long ago) keys still missing. I hope my youngest son just misplaced those because i remember him playing the keychain a snoopy keychain that he loves to play because it is dressed with a coat and a hood (ugh!) Good morningggg my dear
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
7 May 11
Hello again my dear bonita..am back again from a very busy days, struggling to survive... just feel like dropping bye here and feels like I want to write so of course i have to pick first the one that is so close to my heart and it your name that popped up in my eyes of all the 50 emails here... Well, I have only one comment why you forgot where you placed you room-key. That's the sign of "maturity" bonita..don't get mad because we all pass that stage. "Memory gap" medically term and "Katangahan" in our dialect...joke!!!!!!Peace my dear... Ingatzzzz!!
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
7 May 11
You're so mean (bwuhuhuhuhu) it's not my fault eh,i didn't lost the other keys,my son played with it and now my daughter locked my room thinking i bought my own duplicate (ugh!!!) Maturity (yehaaaaa) so what,i still look young thu i'm matured Memory gap- uhmn,okay let me have some memory upgrade (hahaha) Am i really the one who is close to your heart or Kristine Hermosa? i miss you here my dear amigo
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
7 May 11
If we want to refuse something,there's always a reasons, scapegoats and alibis to support our negation. However, if we like and want something there are also lots ways and means to get it... Be a man with age not with AIDS..
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
7 May 11
you posted wrong response here dear Martin i guess
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
2 May 11
Yesterday my friend in your discussion about missing key's now still not found that key it is a big trouble (LOL). What happened to you, your getting old which you don't know where you put... see you around
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
hello friend, Oh this age thing. I love it as i get older ,but no to being a grandma thing (ugh,i am still young for that eh) I never locked my room,maybe it's my daughter who locked it thinking i have my keys with me. And the still missing keys...it's not my fault...it's my kids.. I just wish those keys will suddenly popped out. happy Monday
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
2 May 11
Oh all the things happened since yesterday was your children fault missing the keys, locked the room - what is the next missing... he he he. Are you in trouble always for your time or schedule might be need to re-organize it with your children so that no mess will happened... see you around
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
i am a very organized person and that's what my kids hate about me. when i enter their rooms and i can see things not in proper place...they know where to find the missing things once they're looking for it. ...surely it's in the trash bin that's what i do make them organize too. it's just maybe a bad day to test my temper..but nah...i am so pretty happy and can't spoil my day eh
• India
1 May 11
Oh, you are in great situation. You have to break the lock in any case now. Don't hesitate there is no other option. Use a stone or anything just break the lock and do what you want to do after that.
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
hello narendah, Yes,i am in real trouble,good thing my son is there to help me open my door room without breaking it or hammering it. I will be more careful with keys from now on. I hate this kind of inconvenience , Thanks for your response and happy Monday
• India
3 May 11
And I am thinking of replacing my locks with numeric locks which opens by passwords. In this way I will never lose my keys anymore.
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
4 May 11
that would be a better idea...but must remember the code always...or else,you will still end up breaking those locks (heheh)
@Sreekala (23718)
• India
2 May 11
Hello my dear sister, Have you managed to open it up or not? I am very much careful on ‘keys’ as I am locking the home door every day before leaving. My hubby lost his bike’s key twice, first time the spare key helped him second time he had to call the service people to open the lock and change the same.
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
hello dear sis, I did manage to get in with my sons help as a master key hehehe...he used a card to open the door..but he can't never do this trick with our front door,main door lock is a special locked that is why i am very worried about the missing bunch of keys. I am always aware with keys too,i don't like having this trouble and frustration. have a good evening my dear sister
@kisstin (93)
• Philippines
2 May 11
Yup it hsppened the scary part is we dont know baby is awake and he plafully slam the door. We are all outside. To our suprise it was locked andwe could hear baby is starting to cry, because we are forcefully pushing the door and baby was so terrified he cries for every load sound. Luckily someone lend us a Big hammer they did slam the hoor handle. It work on 1 hit oly :)
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
hello kisstin, That's another experienced huh. I could really imagine how scared the baby being locked inside the room all alone,and all the people waiting nervously outside. Whew...i can feel the excitement while waiting to see the baby safe and how to pacify once you get in. thanks for your response and have a great day always welcome to mylot
• Philippines
2 May 11
hello jaiho, Those keys are giving you hard times I doesn't happen to me because like what i've said i can open a door using atm card but mom always lock her room everytime she is away so i cannot use my computer which is inside her room but she doesn't have any idea that i can open her room have a nice day!
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
bhaby, Now i know you are also a master key. But i know you don't need any key when entering your main door, you can climb up to the roof and enter your room from there right?
@lingli_78 (12844)
• Australia
2 May 11
it happened to me once before... i and my hubby locked ourselves outside our house and we have to ask for help from our neighbour... fortunately, our neighbour is a handyman and he can open one of the window for us... and then he asked his son to climb in and open the door for us... it is really annoying though and it happened on sunday as well... take care and have a nice day...
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
hello ling, Good thing you have this friendly neighbor (i remember spiderman..hehehe) These keys really give us hard time eh. I am thinking on how to avoid these problem...whether to have a a hidden place somewhere in the other part of the house or outside the house. The problem is...why if we forgot where did we put those keys ...that will surely be another problem. thanks for your response and have a great Monday
• Philippines
1 May 11
It happened to me before not only once but three times! Every afternoon, i usually take my son, whos 2 years old then, to my aunt's place. When we came back to our house, he wanted to go straight to our room. It was locked. I forgot the keys hanging at the back of the door of our room. What i did was i find a long stick actually it was a steel post, went to my room's window. Weve got this screen on our windows so i tried to open the small flap. And i maneouver the stick to reach for the keys! I got it but it took me 2o minutes. Lol
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
2 May 11
hello kreme, I love this kreme doughnut and a choco flavor (hehehe) You really made me smile here,i can imagine you reaching the keys hanging at the back door,and then suddenly you dropped it (ahahaha) And,i also imagine how many times you fixed that screen window you flap (oh my girl) Anyway,this really happens and ugh,really frustrating but funny too Thanks for your response and have a great Monday
@Cherish14 (2695)
• Philippines
1 May 11
that has happened to me and us in the family at home many times already. what we do is break the door knob (in cases of not having the duplicate keys LOL) there are also times we would even use cards and well even the back/handles of spoons or forks they work too somehow. but in case we really cant open, then we just dismantle the door knob, then just fix and put them back together again when we have finally opened the door
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
hello cherish, I never break my front door or my back door. The door knob in there are not ordinary one and i can't be easily break too. Fine with rooms inside the house,it can be break by hammer or by using a card. it's really annoying when this thing happen,and this is not usually happens to me that is why i am so pissed off. thanks for your response and have a great Monday
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
1 May 11
Darn keys! this is when i would definitely find another way to get into my room. Locked doors or not, there has to be a way inside.
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
hello sender, Yes sure thing i also find other ways just to open that door and enter my room. It can be just one big blow with a hammer ...but oh...another costs for a new door knob. have good morning and great Monday
@Kalyni2011 (3503)
• India
1 May 11
Jai beti I think i have responded to similar discussion few hours earlier, may be my memory getting weaker lol Thanks for sharing your problem Cheers. God bless you, have a nice day ahead. Kalyani ‘Namastey’. .
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
dear Kalyani, Maybe it's my same topic,not actually the same but it's all about my key which is missing up to this writing. I am really upset dear,still my keys missing. Take care always and blessings from you
@shibham (17025)
• India
1 May 11
Hi didi.. Once it happened in my life and i broke the lock by a hammer. And if i would be you, then surely i broke the lock because your brother is impatient most often. lol. take care didi.
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@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
1 May 11
dear bhai, If my son is not at home by that time,probably i could have break the knob,as i am impatient too (sometimes ) Good thing he is there and he is one kind of a master key ...only for ordinary knob. He can't beat the front door and back door of our house...we have a special door knob for those 2 main doors and it can't be opened with simply inserting a card or even a pin. thanks for being the first responder and hope you are doing fine ...