More Keys Found


Life moves pretty fast.

Niall Ó Sioradáin writes:

These were found on the exercise equipment at Newtownsmith [outdoor gym] in Dún Laoghaire at about noon today. They’ve been handed in to Dún Laoghaire Garda station.

Earlier: Keys Found

14 thoughts on “More Keys Found

  1. George

    Why take them from the place they were lost in? The person is probably going to ask at the gym if they were found. The person might have still been at the gym and unable to get into their car.

    1. Murtles

      It’s an outdoor gym so probably no one around to ask (although there’s usually a swan around these outdoor equipment areas for some reason). Cowbell and beer opener on the key rings too, my kind of exercise buddy.

  2. scottser

    it never fails to confuse me why anyone would carry a bottle opener around with them all the time. and even if you find yourself in a situation where you have a bottle of beer and no opener, you can with the correct technique open it with whatever you have to hand. that carabiner clip would do in a push. in fact, if you do a lot of outdoor drinking, what’s wrong with cans?
    needless to say i’m no fan of large key bunches.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      I do not know the correct technique, though. I just smash the neck off with a brick.

      1. scottser

        hold the bottle by the neck with your thumb close to the cap.
        place something flat and solid between your thumb and the cap – a lighter is perfect but in a pinch you can use your phone, even a piece of tightly folded paper.
        pop the cap off and bottoms up.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          I think I’ve tried it before but I am spectacularly clumsy. I’ll report back. We only have Coors Light at home so I can practise away and just throw it down the sink.

        2. mildred st. meadowlark

          Are you my dear husband by any chance scottser? Only he swears by the lighter method, and will perform the paper one as his ‘party trick’.

          I’m sorry to say I was impressed all those years ago.

    2. George

      It is for opening bottles. It’s actually quite a small bottle opener. If you were going to make these keys smaller you surely would get rid of the unnecessary and much bigger carabiner clip

  3. Cian

    Looks like a Tesco card on there – they are very active in tracking down owners if you drop keys with one in to them.

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