||[Aug. 28th, 2009|02:42 pm]
The Question Club
You and your friend just had dinner at a fine restaurant, and you're waiting for him/her to emerge from the restroom. You're standing in front of the restaurant, looking idle, when someone pulls up in the sleekest sportscar you've ever seen. The well groomed, extremely well-dressed man steps out, throws you the keys and a $50 bill, and tells you to park it carefully. He assumed you were the valet. He enters the restaurant, unaware that it doesn't have a valet service. No one else is on the street/sidewalk. Your friend joins up with you. What do you do?
I park the car across the street, leaving the keys in the ignition. Pocket the money and leave
I take the car as my own and sell it to the highest bidder later
I catch up to the rich dude and explain the situation and return the keys and the twenty
My friend and I spend the next hour racing about town in this fancy car, and then leave it out in front of the restaurant when we're done
"How DARE he think I'm a lowly valet?" You urinate all over his corinthian leather seats
"Sir, I can park your car for $20, but if you want your vehicle parked in the most secluded, well-protected area, it'll cost $40"
Take his car key and etch into the door "I am not the valet"
This guy's obviously rich. I park his car across the street and leave my phone number on the seat