What do you think would be worse....

@OURDEW (4812)
United States
April 2, 2007 11:37pm CST
If you lost your whole set of keys or your wallet?
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@ElicBxn (60052)
• United States
3 Apr 07
my keys, as bad as loosing the wallet, that stuff can be replaced, the keys. I don't carry a wallet anymore, I have my stuff crammed in my pocket. I also have my keys on one of those springy cords attached to my belt loop. I need a new one, Rygel BIT thru the old one!
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@howard96h (11665)
• New York, New York
3 Apr 07
I would say loosing your wallet is worse. All your id is there, credit cards and cash.
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• United States
3 Apr 07
your wallet, all your personal information is in it
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@breepeace (3028)
• Canada
3 May 07
My wallet. I live in a rental so I can always get copies of my keys from my landlord if need be, and the other set, which is my boyfriend's spare spare, is easily replaced as well. My wallet would be tough, because you have to call and cancel all your cards, and then reapply for them. Credit card companies put you through one heck of a rigamorale with those these days. And my ID, I'd need another 2 forms of ID to reapply for it and since my passport and my old ID are both expired, neither is acceptable, and my birth certificate wouldn't be sufficient. Same for my bank card, I worked at my bank and it's quite the process to get a new bank card. Pretty well the easiest thing for me to get back is my Health care card but that's not an acceptable form of ID here, anyway, except for health care purposes.
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@Augustta (1860)
• Poland
1 May 07
Actually is never happened to me to lose my key or my wallet...Yes,even sound strange i never did... But i lose my credit card which make me a lot silly...but that is it... As about key my daughter is responsable with this "job" in my home... She lose often her keys...lol! augusta
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@dpk262006 (53920)
• Delhi, India
1 May 07
Duplicate keys can be arranged. But if my wallet is gone...that would be more worse and frightening...because it contains, credit cards, debit cards, licence, other cards and of course cash and some bills and visiting cards.
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@VotreAmie (3037)
• United States
30 Apr 07
I think losing your wallet is the worse of course in the case you have all your credit cards. If you are the kind who don't carry credit cards and personal identifications in your wallet then losing the keys of course is worse.
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@mtdewgurl74 (18122)
• United States
28 Apr 07
Well, I would have to say your wallet, because my mother lost her a few months ago and she was very frantica about it had everything in it she only carries a wallet she was getting into her car after purchasing items from a store and it fell out. We had been to several big stores and she retraced her steps all the way and looked contacted the stores and everything. Lucky for her they found it,all her important stuff was in there but only money was in it was a five she had hidden for emergency money folded really small and tucked in. If you lose your keys it is hell, but not impossible to get replacements especially if you have extras which is a good thing. And you can always get another ignition key from a car dealership for about $35 and up.
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