Spare Key Tip of the Day
If you get into a fight with a friend who has your spare house key, be sure to make arrangements to pick up said key. It may happen that your now ex-friend chooses to mail your house key back to you through our United States Postal Service. It may also happen that someone less than upstanding will rip a hole in the envelope and steal your house key, only after taking a glance at the address on the envelope. If so, you will have to call your landlord for an emergency lock change. All this for a minor fee of $25 and an evening of anxiety over who might try to come through the door when you're no-so-calmly watching reruns of "Sex and The City." Moral of the story: Just don't mail a house key. Hmm, I'm thinking of a slogan for a national campaign.... "Friends don't let friends mail house keys." Yes, that will do.