Reply to post: Re: Locked in? BTDT.

Is there paper in the printer? Yes and it's so neatly wrapped!


Re: Locked in? BTDT.

"We ended up sleeping on the couches in the meeting room"

Okay, you win. My lock-in story ends with me getting out:

This was in the mid-1990s. I was working late on the last working day before Christmas, and although I had keys to most of the doors, when it was time to go I discovered that one that wasn't usually locked (and for which I didn't have a key) was locked.

I didn't have anybody's phone numbers, and all address books etc were locked away in people's desks (company policy). Luckily, I remembered a massive bunch of keys in the safe (for which I also had a key), so retrieved them and painstakingly tried those that looked suitable until I found a match.

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