1. Anna cannot find her keys.
2. She goes to the car, looks inside, and comes back to tell us that she has indeed locked her keys in the car.
3. When the rest of us go to inspect the situation, we realize that not only are the keys locked in the car, they are in the ignition.
4. Not only are the keys in the ignition, THE CAR IS RUNNING. IT HAS BEEN RUNNING THE ENTIRE TIME WE WERE IN THE RESTAURANT.
I was not even annoyed or upset, I was too busy laughing. I love you, Anna. I'm amazed that that is even possible.
We tried to remedy the situation ourselves with a broken off piece of an umbrella (thanks, Stephen) but it didn't work. Lee's idea of asking every person he saw in the parking lot for a coat hanger was not successful either. The situation was eventually resolved when we called AAA, and they sent someone out to fix it. Apparently Fat Tuesday is the most common day for keys to be locked in cars. Who knew?
[ third place. +1? ]
EDIT: I just remembered something else. When Anna was on the phone with AAA, they asked her what phone number they could reach her at, and she forgot that she had a cell phone (that she was currently talking on). Also she apparently could not remember what color her car was.