There are very few things in the Potter series that I can think of for K. After racking my brain for quite a while this is all I could think of!
Harry has a unique key given to him by Sirius that can open any possible lock. How cool is that ! Dangerous as well!
Dindigul , a town in my home state of TamilNadu in India is famous for manufacturing speciality locks. It is known as the "lock-city" and is famous for its fool-proof mango shaped locks. In fact there are families that have been making these unique locks for generations.
I love those journals that you get in gift shops with colourful pages and pretty pictures that can be secured with a tiny lock and key. It's a great return gifts for girl birthday parties.
On Indian trains we have a metal hoop under the seat that can be used to secure your luggage using a chain, lock and key. For one, it prevented luggage from being mistakenly exchanged and two, of course gave protection from thieves. Along with newspapers and comics, a common thing that can be seen sold on railway platforms are these long chains, locks and keys!
I have not been to France but I have heard of a tourist location there where romantic couples hang metal locks on a bridge. After some googling , I got to know it's called the Pont Des Arts and that due to the weight of the locks affecting the bridge, it's no longer allowed now.
Another thing that fascinates me are key chains and key rings ... something I love to buy as souvenirs when visiting new places in addition to fridge magnets .
I have a nice key hanger in my living room. But the most commonly misplaced item in our family are our keys next only to mobile chargers. Especially in the mad morning rush of hurrying the kids to school, the car keys would often play a game of hide and seek with us !
Like a MonKEY I have been hopping from one key thing to another !! Someone remind me the key points to take note while writing blog posts ! What is the key to a popular blog post? :)