There is a blogger here in Scotland, Ms Sims by name, who has become almost a cult to fans who appreciate her humorous posts featuring the mundane lives of a family who could be any one of the middle-class families in Britain. She has gained such a strong following that the BBC recently profiled her in an article published on its online site.
One of Ms Sims more recent posts detailed an episode in which her husband lost his car keys only to turn the house upside down (in multiple ways) looking for them. Reading it led us to wonder how many people experience the same kinds of events in their own homes. We gather it is probably a lot, knowing the volume of calls we get from Edinburgh, Glasgow, and across Scotland.
When you lose your car keys, you obviously have to look for them. But at some point – let’s say 12 to 15 hours into it – you have to give up and admit that you are not going to find them in time to get where you have to go. That’s when you call Cheap Car Keys Scotland.
When all else fails, we are here to come to the rescue. We can cut new keys, programme them, and even throw in a new fob if necessary. Then you can write your own blog post telling everyone how Cheap Car Keys Scotland appeared as a knight in shining arm our in your otherwise mundane existence.
BBC – http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39025793