Scandinavia and the World

No way out

No way out

In Denmark I'm used to locks like these on the front door, so to me it was slightly creepy that you needed a key to get out in England.

28th July 2012

Tagged in Denmark England

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14 days ago #9358369        

Not common in America except if the door has any windows on either side. A burglar could smash the window and reach the inside of the lock from the outside; requiring a key to unlock from the inside prevents this.

15 days ago #9358167        

I can see so many safety problems with that :\

2 months ago #9347433        

This is the method I use to firmly introduce people to fandoms I'm in.

3 months ago #9323975        

It depends on the door, but its almost the same here



15 F
5 months ago #9302731        

Dat smile though....

5 months ago #9299803        

I generally prefer the ones which automatically lock when you close them, except when you accidentally lock yourself out! :P

5 months ago #9297847        

England's face in the end


18 M
5 months ago #9295068        

Same where i live too

6 months ago #9286156        

I never realised how creepy it is to have a keyhole but no lock. Only the one with the key decides D:

6 months ago #9282911        

Wait... So say you go out... Is there a lock outside too? So there's 2 locks? Or is it like in Canada but reversed? #(0_0)# mind. Blown.

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