Sorry, I know I'm being stereotypical, but I've seen so many lifetime movies where they just walk in and shut the door behind them. Half the time they dont even shut the door all the way. Then they wonder how someone broke in. I know its tv, but I'm just wondering if you lock your doors in reality?
- I'm white and I lock the door behind me.Vote A
- I'm white and I dont feel that I need to lock the door behind me.Vote B
- I'm not white.Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
TV, dude. They don't lock it because it distracts viewers from the story. Same reason they rarely turn off lights or close car doors. Well, there are production reasons too, but mainly it's for artistic reasons.1
Most Helpful Girl
Haha, this is so funny. I was roommates with two white women and they had the hardest time remembering to lock the damn front door. I would get so pissed when I could leave at 6:55 in the morning and come back at 10 at night and the door was unlocked. Who wants to walk into a dark unlocked house?
I always lock the doors, and I don't think my being biracial has much to do with it. But I was wondering the same thing, if a lot of white people just didn't lock doors.8