keyhole covers

The Keyhole - This urban legend tells of a man who checks into a hotel for a couple of nights. The receptionist hands the man his key and warns him that there is a room nearby his room which has no number. She tells him under no circumstances should he attempt to enter this room or even look through the keyhole. The man goes to his room and becomes intrigued as to what the woman could have meant. The following night, his curiosity got the better of him and he made his way to the mysterious room and attempted to open the door, which was locked. He didn’t give up here and decided to look through the keyhole. The room appeared to be a normal hotel room similar to his own, but in the corner, he saw an extremely pale woman leaning up against the wall. The man then went back to his hotel room. On the third night, he decided he would look into the keyhole again. However, when he looked through all he could see was a deep shade of red. He assumed that the woman had noticed him the night before and covered the keyhole with a red piece of paper. Curious as to who this woman may be, he asked the receptionist about the room. He admitted to looking through the keyhole and what he saw. The receptionist signed and explained to him that many years ago, a man had brutally murdered his wife in that room and her ghost now haunts the room. She said that the woman is said to be very pale except for her eyes, which are bloodshot red.

The Dark Tower UK and US first edition complete story collection - Stephen King

The Little Sisters of Eluria (1998) in Everything’s Eventual
The Gunslinger (1982) Revised edition (2003)
The Drawing of the Three (1987)
The Waste Lands (1991)
Wizard and Glass (1997)
The Wind Through the Keyhole (2012)
Wolves of the Calla (2003)
Song of Susannah (2004)
The Dark Tower (2004)

I’m just gonna throw this out there for all of the FinnPoe shippers on the whole “It suits you” thing.

I was watching one of those cool movie-within-a-documentary things where the main character/subject of the documentary started angrily unbuttoning his jacket saying how much he hated his uniform and his “"friend”“ walked over to him, started rebuttoning his jacket, and said "nevertheless, the uniform suits you.”

Cut to smiling Prince, explanation of the two’s relationship, and a keyhole covering the two. The scene resumes to the prince talking to his friend, changing his jacket, and opening the windows which had been “mysteriously” closed since the last scene.

Conclusion,

“It suits you” is most definitely a pick-up line.