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There were key hanging off of his pants. And the jingle that they made brought in the sound of comfort. The sound of a promise, a promise that he would return.
By saelhi on 02.09.2010
I hate keys. I hate house keys, car keys, diary keys, keys for master locks. I just hate them. I wish it didn’t take such work to open something.
By Millicent on 02.09.2010
i lost my keys one time. my friend and i have very similar key chains and i took his by mistake and he kept mine.
later we just decided to switch houses and cars altogether we both found each others families to be lovely.
later we managed to swithc them once again while leaving the same place. we went back to our normal lives and continued having sex with our previous girlfirends.
By bornwithoutsin on 02.09.2010
I locked my keys in my room last night. I didn’t mind. I was just waiting for a reason to leave. I took what I had with me, and began to walk away, to anywhere I wanted to go.
By j on 02.09.2010
keys open doors, doors lead to new rooms. metaphorical keys come to mind, traits like hard work, honesty, all that jazz. keys also bring to mind ownership: you possess the object to which the keys belong. if you hold the keys, you hold the more important thing they unlock, like a house or a metaphorical ‘new room’ of new possibilities.
By blair on 02.09.2010
I lost my keys the other day, or I didn’t…it was the most ridiculous thing eve,r because of course the keys were in my key ring all alone, and I was holding the darn thing!! It reminded me of when I had my glasses on top of my head and was looking around like a headless chicken while they were JUST there on my head.
By Ana on 02.09.2010
Ok, fine, I’ll write about Jason.
By kim on 02.09.2010
The key to my heart is held by someone strong. Someone passionate, someone stubborn. I don’t even know where the keyhole is or if it’s ever going to be found. Maybe I have the key myself.
By Amanda on 02.09.2010
Keys can be all kinds of different things. You have i.e. keys on a keyboard or keypad, or keys to your car or front door. But the word “key” in itself means something that solves another thing. Like, the key to a puzzle or the key
By Anonymous on 02.09.2010
There are so many places that one could lose keys, but it always appears to be the most obvious place; a pocket, in a drawer, on a different table. However, what if I lost my keyes in the fridge? Would they taste nice on bread? A key sandwich? Key Lime Pie. I’m assuming that’s where it came from. I would cherish the sharp coppery taste I think.
By Melinda Woodward on 02.09.2010
Keys unlock things. Metaforically or in any other way. But it’s just the way it is, and that’s why you need them. Always.
By tabo993 on 02.09.2010
i always loose my keys. i need my keys constantly to go pick up some person who “gets around” when they have no money to ride the bus home from their last “job”. It stinks because they usually stink up my car with their fowl smelling odor coming from down south.
By t on 02.09.2010
tiana gives keys away like candy cause she wants every male to have a key to her residence.
the florida keys sound nice right now. cause its SNOWING in omaha and thats annoying. wowwww.
By l on 02.09.2010
keys once again, why is it always the same word on this god damn page? it’s all been said before anyway, and yet i’m sitting here pressing these keys to make you understand that i’ve written it before. about keys.
i lost them keep losin them. i had a really nice keyring too. i jkept it safe for 5 yrs and now its gone, bought it from a stall in menorca when i was 11
jingling. a subtle alarm. as the guard walked past the seemingly resting prisoners, the movement of his hips signaled his position and when they were at a safe distance to begin their work. As the sound rounded the corner, the prisoners “woke” and began digging.
By mk on 02.09.2010
My mom used to forget her keys all of the time. She would leave them in unusual places. We would joke that she could find her keys in the refrigerator.
Now I feel bad because I am the person who loses her keys… in my purse.
i frequently lose my keys. it’s ridiculous. i can have everything else set and ready to go, travel mug in hand, and i will not have my keys. my boyfriend will say, “oh nikki, why can’t you just keep them in the same place always?” oh no, no i cannot. that would make too much sense.
my mom gave me a key ring since my frequent shopper key ring cards would always slide off. that doesn’t make me lose them less though.
By nikki on 02.09.2010
alicia. i use it to get into my house at night afterwalking back from my girl’s however the door has been bolted also so i cant get into my house. Then i try and go trough the window but someone locked that also, which led to me throwing stuff at my friends window to let me in, she thought i was a urglar.
By babe on 02.09.2010
What baffles me is how easily they get lost. I bought a key finder and lost the finder. Now I have no keys and no beeper
Keys show other people that you own something. the more keys you have the more worth you have. rich people have pockets weighted heavily with keys. the poor may have only one on a ring. keys give you access, privilege and entry.
By Leah Derby on 02.09.2010
Sometimes I lose my keys in the morning but occasionally I whistle and the battery in the whistler actually works and they bleep away until I find them. There is nother worse than losing your keys when you’ve been out and are stood in the cold, wet night, outside your house thinking let me in let me in!
By Richard on 02.09.2010
i have keys to your apartment i go there every night
Keys, how hard to find them they are
The keys are always the answer to something
people and places
and wonderful prizes
how many keys does this universe hold?
I’ll find my key one day
No matter how long this journey may take
My key will unlock
what about your key
what will it unlock?
By Paige on 02.09.2010
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