So, I'm living in Washington (state). I was an event planner at a beautiful lodge in the Olympic National Park. Most people who worked there lived in these log cabins on the property. We had 2 rooms with a shared bathroom between them. It was like college but better because I had no studying to do. One day all my roomies (and pretty much everyone else) were at work or out playing. I'd just come back from a run and wanted a shower. Since no one was around I stripped down and walked to the bathroom (it was literally 5 steps from my door), leaving the windows and door to my room open because there was a great breeze that day. After my shower I dried off and wrapped my towel around me before walking back to my room. Where the door was now closed. And locked (because it was an automatic lock).
And suddenly it dawns on me that I'm naked with nothing but a towel, locked out of my room, and alone. Oops! So I'm faced with a decision. Do I try and climb through my window in a towel (you know, the one I can't even reach because it's too high off the ground)? Do I walk to the community cabin and call for the maintenance crew to come unlock my door? Or do I wander the cabins and hope someone else is home who can climb through my window for me? Well I picked that last option. It seemed the least horrifying of the three.
And you can probably guess the rest. A (very tall) boy climbed through my window, unlocked my door, and didn't hide his laughter at me being locked out in a towel. Don't worry, I made sure to tweet after it happened.