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    We only have one key to our house...not even the landlord has a spare!

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    My parents have a key to my place and I have a key for theirs.

    I also have a key to my partners house and he has a key to mine.

    The amount of times I've locked myself out of the house is ridiculous. I have to have someone close by with another set of keys.

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    Both sets of parents.

    I have a spare set of my parents house, and I quite often go over when they aren't home coz inlove their house

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    My Mum because she stays with us for 2 weeks each months because my parents moved 2 hours away last year and she travels back for work other then that no one else has a key except DH and I

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    No one has spare keys to our house. DH wants mil to have one but I don't see the need too.

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    No one has spare keys for our place.
    But df and I don't carry house keys as we don't lock up.

    If we lived somewhere we felt we needed to lock up, then we would give a spare to neighbours or a close friend/relative.

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    My sister has a key to our house, and we have one to theirs. It started when we went on holiday and they came to water our plants. They just kept the key in case it was needed.

    We go theirs after they forgot to get theirs back from someone who was house-sitting, locked themselves out, and had to drive half an hour to the friend's place. We live a few minutes away so they gave us the key in case of locking themselves out. I've also used it on a few other occasions - to feed their puppy, to borrow their slow cooker (with their knowledge), and to drop off some food all while they were at work.

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    I have keys to my mums house and my mil/fil's house, they don't have keys to our place though lol...I never realised that until now haha...

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    We didn't give out a key to anyone, but we had a thing in the meter box that you put in a pin and it would open the garage door, which would then give people access to the house.
    We didnt even give the code out for that, but would have if needed, like the other day ex forgot to turn the aircon off, so he sent his friend around to turn it off (coz I was a hour away and it wasnt worth the trip to just turn it off).


 

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