Gentle Readers, hahahahaha, I'm laughing hahahaha because I remembered something a few friends and I did in high school.
A close friend of mine (we were sophomores) was giving a party.
My friend, we'll call her Chlamydia, prepared lots of good food and spent hours primping and cleaning the house. A lot of people, mostly juniors and seniors, arrived and stayed for about an hour. Then suddenly they decided they had something better to do, and they departed, saying they would be back later. Two less popular (but nice and fun) boys who were juniors were left behind with us.
I still don't know where all the "cool" people went, but they very foolishly left together in one car.
Are you following me here? All their other cars were parked in front of Chlamydia's house. We four were pretty pissed that they all took off and didn't invite us or say what they were doing, so we moved their cars. This was back when most people didn't lock their cars, and sure enough, we were able to simply open the car doors.
I knew how to drive, so I steered while the other three pushed the cars to different locations. They were still in the neighborhood, but they weren't where the cool people had left them. Then voila! We discovered one cool guy kept the key to his truck in the truck. I believe we moved the truck a few streets away and Chlamydia, whose party had been pretty much screwed over, kept the key.
After 90 minutes or so, the cool people returned: Where are our cars?
We don't know what you're talking about, we replied ever so innocently.
Eventually, we revealed where the cars were, but we let the cool guy whose key was "missing" suffer for three, maybe even four days.
Don't screw with Lola or Lola's friends.
Infinities of love,