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'What do you mean you left the keys on your dresser?!'
'Lost the keys?! You IDIOT!...'
Inanimate Object Memory Loss, Keys on table, 'Where am I?'
'Ma lost her car keys!. . . When was the last time you saw your keys, Ma.'
Key Finding From The Meeting: "It was down the back of my chair."
"I misplaced my keys again."
'Life has been good to me. All these years, and I've never lost my keys and I never lost my wallet.'
'What do you mean you've lost the key?'
"Remember, they're usually in the last place you'd look."
Lost and Found: 'Now where did I put my keys'
'What do you mean you lost the keys?'
'What do you mean you can't find the key?'
'My keys are in the trunk, and I can't get them out.'
Concern #23 on Class 5 rapids: who's got the car keys.
'Go ahead and laugh, but I lose my keys less frequently than you do.'
'My master decided I am to be an outdoor cat. That's why I called a locksmith. I want a set of keys.'
'Got your toolbox, Ed? I forgot my keys.'
'What do you mean we need a locksmith?'
'Thank goodness you got here in time. Frank was going to start without you.'
Born to Locksmith.
'You're locked out and want me to make a house call, Dr. McWit. Only if you'll make one for me in the future.'
A locksmith's door has a sign, 'Out to Latch.'
'Next time you lose your keys, please call a locksmith instead of blowtorching the door.'
'What do you mean give the boy a house key? He'll lose it, learn how to break in despite our sophisticated security system and be on his way to a life of crime.'