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Old 06-17-2006, 11:10 AM   #21
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I can't tell you how many times I grab my old Fiero keys I have hanging up on the keyring. I guess its kinda of a normal thing I did everyday.
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sometimes i go out to leave and i left my keys on the keyring inside....normaly i have them hooked on my belt loop all the time, so when they arn't i forget to grab them.....

and almost eveytime i drive dad'* truck or our Expedition the first key i grab is the bonne key....all three keys are on my ring....
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I've actually tried to use the keyless entry for my Bonne on my house. I guess that shows you where my priorities stand. lol
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Old 06-17-2006, 02:22 PM   #24
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When ever i get home from work, 9 times out of 10, i grab my door key for my car, instead of my housekey, to get in the front door. so now i ask, is this possibly a heredetary disorder, and can it be treated by medication?
Try putting your keys in a different order on the keyring.
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Several members suffer from the same disease...
As I understand...Willwren suffers of this disease when he has too many cold ones or largers... ...including trying to figure out why he is also naked when trying to open the door to his place...
Others like myself...due to age...suffer of C.R.*. ... ,,,Can't Remember Sh*t!!!
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