- Office parking shenanegans….
Pin up a notice from a utility company stating they will be putting in new services across the car park.
Due to this a large number of bays will be unavailable (insert numbers of theirs) for several weeks.
Set up an email, firstname.lastname@example.org and then an autoreply stating undeliverable as mailbox full 🙂Posted 3 years agojota180Member
Get some of that ‘Police’ barrier tape from ebay and cordon off a couple of their spaces.
Have a couple of people randomly walk over to the area, stand and stare for a couple of minutes before shaking their heads and walking away. When she eventually asks what occurred, just tell her you’ve Ben told not to talk to anyone about it.Posted 3 years agomikewsmithSubscriber
People drive to work? How quaint.
Life really, really is too short – you’re coming across as a real tool.
He really isn’t, just sounds like it would be funny if it wasn’t true. However you sound like one of those condescending arses who likes to point out that they cycle to work don’t you know which makes you super awesome.Posted 3 years agotheotherjonvSubscriber
Commission a pavement artist to come over one night and draw giant inferno pits of hell in each of your spaces, then park in theirs. When she complains, just point at your spaces and go ‘Duuurrrgh!’ and refuse to enter any discussion. If she goes to walk on them pull har back and then claim by email to your mate / cc everyone that you saved her life.Posted 3 years agodiggaMember
matt_outandabout – Member
The best bit is – they have 30 spaces (as do we), and 8 employees..
Makes absolutely no difference. If they own or rent the building and the 30 spaces then they are legally theirs. They might even need the extra spaces for meetings and events – but whatever, it’s their business. I have been there and done that and have several t-shirts, so I can sympathise with your nemesis.
I know it’s cool in a kind of sixth form student-debate, Trotskiist way to diss the concept of capital and property, but look at it this way; if your neighbours started parking cars, caravans, skips on the driveway of your home, because there was space to do so, would you put up with it?Posted 3 years agoTPTcruiserSubscriber
Bouquet of flowers for the stressed neighbour when you go round to borrow some sugar. Sit down, have a chat, try and get an angle on her point of view. It could be a very long tennancy trying to be ever more creative to subvert/wind up.Posted 3 years ago
We had a Mr Traffic at our previous lease, a royal PITA with fluorescent yellow coat but this was with five or nine spaces per office with n+1 people wanting a slot.
No cycle rack, no-one would sacrifice a space.lukeMember
We had five spaces at our old office, which was fine to start with as their was just two of us based in the office most days, and I walked. Some of the other offices in the building had loads of staff and still only five spaces.Posted 3 years ago
From time to time we had the reps, MD, accountant, share holders etc come to visit and the 4 spare spaces from the office would always be taken.
The MD solved this by arranging for works vans to be parked in the spaces of the facilities manager, and the two labelled spaces for MD’s of the other offices, within a few days we stopped having issues.CougarSubscriber
Putting their company signs on disabled parking spots does smack of tiny-mindedness.
It sounds like the sort of thing that should be horribly illegal. I’d expect you’d have a pretty solid discrimination case if a disabled person was prevented from using a disabled bay for a building.Posted 3 years ago
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