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One of my friends had trouble unlocking her car with her key. The door finally opened, and she started driving away. Ten miles down the road she noticed strange things in the back seat. She turned around and discovered she had unlocked and driven away in someone else’s car. The two cars looked identical. Recently, two ladies went to lunch and went shopping. One of the ladies carried her dessert out of the restaurant. She got the remote key and went to put the food in the car. She walked down the street to a car. She pushed the button, and when she pulled the door, it opened. She placed her food in the back seat. When she tried to lock the car, nothing happened. She opened the door again and locked the doors with the inside button. After shopping, the two ladies returned to the car. The car owner walked down the street, and one lady stopped by what she thought was the car. The car owner said the car was further down the street. “No it’s not. Here’s my dessert.” The dessert was in the back seat of a locked car that was similar in color to the car they had ridden in. The mystery was finally figured out. The lady had walked to a similar looking car. She hit the key fob, but the strange car was unlocked. The fob wouldn’t lock the car, so she locked it with a switch on the door. Her dessert was in a strange car with no way of retrieving her dessert. They drove home with a good laugh and a good story. Even better was the stranger with a mysterious dessert locked in the car. We probably should just go back to all cars just having keys.