It's back and I'm feeling guilty.
June 28, 2016 9:34am CST
Reception at work just called to tell me that my car was back from the valeting service and as I was walking down to pick up the keys, I remembered that I hadn't actually told the guy where the car was parked. So my assumption is that he probably walked up and down (we have three car parks - I hope he picked the right one), clicking the button until the lights flashed. I feel pretty guilty about that now - but maybe when I go out to try to find it later, I'll be empathising with what the valet man had to go through. Luckily I'm usually one of the last to leave so there's a good chance I won't have to hunt so hard.
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• Northampton, England
28 Jun 16
I lost my car on a hidden floor of Manchester airport's short stay car park. You can access it from the elevator but not from the escalator. I spent a long time looking and had to go back into the terminal to speak to some people about how I could report a stolen car. Very embarassing
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• Derry, Northern Ireland
28 Jun 16
How often have you seen people wandering the car park pressing the remote for their car and listening for a responding beep...? I find it quite funny - like Wall-E does in the clip below when he finds a car key in a pile of junk he us clearing up...