Posted 28 September 2013 - 07:22 PM
Years ago, when my wife was still in college, one of her friends got hammered and stumbled "home" to a house she was sure was hers. When her key wouldn't turn the lock, she wound up forcing the key so hard that it sheared off. Undaunted, plastered, and extremely pissed off, she then kept kicking the door until it flew open, much to the surprise of the family that actually lived there. As they stared at her, she screamed "Who the hell are you and what the fvck are you doing here?"...to which they replied "uuuuh, we live here?"
She felt horrible about it the next day, and to that family's credit, they were EXTREMELY forgiving and understanding. My wife's friend's pain didn't stop with the apology and paying for the damage...she also broke her foot kicking in the door. Rough evening...
Edited by Colorado Rockies 1976, 28 September 2013 - 07:28 PM.
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