May 27, 2004

Yes, it is heavy.

Thanks to Harvey's complaining, I felt compelled to throw my own keys into the ring. (ouch)


A few tidbits about my keys,

I always wear my keys on the leftmost belt loop of my pants. Except when in church, then they go in my pocket.

Yes it does pull my pants down on that side. That's why I always wear a belt.

There are 23 keys, a flashlight, one broken key stub and a quarter on the ring. They are for both personal and business use.

I use every key on there. Except for the one for a padlock I know for a fact was stolen, and the two little ones I can't remember where to use. And the Hutchin's card doesn't work 'cause they were bought out by CarQuest.

The quarter is one I found in the cash drawer with a hole already drilled in it. I keep it, so I'll never be broke. (You know, 25 cents isn't enough to use a pay-phone anymore?)

It's the third carabiner clip that I've had. I broke the latch part on the previous two.

The only key I have that I don't have on this ring is to my motorcycle. (I think that if I used this ring, the bike would tip over.)

Update:I just tested the flashlight, and it's broken. Oh well, I guess that saves me .4 ounces.

Posted by GEBIV at May 27, 2004 10:42 PM

Don't you have a cat to blog about? :-)

Posted by: Harvey at May 28, 2004 10:43 AM

I kind of wouldn't mind having a little flashlight. Would save the paint around my car door's keyhole a few scratches.

Posted by: Tiffany at May 28, 2004 01:00 PM

having read this blog not too long ago, a few days later i came across a quarter with a hole drilled in it. i put it in a vending machine (i really wanted some m&ms) and it would not accept it!

guess the weight of the missing part makes it so it weighs differently than any other coin, so dont rely on it in an emergency as i'm guessing a payphone (if you can find one these days) wouldnt take it either.

Posted by: nathan at October 10, 2004 12:23 PM
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