Legal Twitter: I’m dressed in a black suit outside a restaurant waiting for a friend and a curmudgeonly gentleman pulls his sports car into the driveway. While walking past, he dismissively looks at me and barks “Key’s in it.”
The Porsche is now mine, right?
— Josh Campbell (@joshscampbell) November 26, 2019
As long as you itemize its value as a taxable gift
— RicardoSabroso (@ricardo_sabroso) November 26, 2019
Quite. The correct thing is to draw yourself up and say, "Do you know who I am?" When he says, "No", say, "Good" and drive off.
— Zoe Samuel (@zoe_samuel) November 27, 2019
When your friend shows, drive to another restaurant, get out and loudly say "keys are in it" as you walk inside.
— JK (Just Kevin) (@naugykevin) November 26, 2019
Or by an expired parking meter.
— Rachel Quenzer (@rachelquenzer) November 26, 2019
In front of an expired meter…in another state ??????
— Biznatch-A-Tron Backup Server (@jessdollfays) November 27, 2019
Take it for a spin.
When you're done park it so it blocks in a police car at a doughnut shop.
— William J. Wylie III (@BillWylie3rd) November 26, 2019
I am desperately waiting on the ‘how many minutes it lasted with keys left in it’ tweet.
— Janet P Lanet (@lonely_janet) November 26, 2019