who did this, male or female?
colnagokid I’ve got someone similar living next door to me! The daughter arrives at her parents house every morning so they can use her car while she’s at work (she walks to the station from here) but every morning at 6.30 I get woken up by her parents yelling directions at her. Anything less than the turning circle of an oil tanker and she’ll be there for 10mins trying to park her f***ing 2-door hatchback.Posted 9 years ago
Got to say I’m with nukeproof on that one, the number of times I’ve had ****-off dents in my doors from people in car parks (admittedly usually they’re undersized spaces and very tight but I manage not to bang doors!) is very frustrating. In one of my cars (cant get body panels for it anymore) I usually park across two spaces, diagonally, and way away from the shop I’m shopping in, if there’s plenty of spare spaces. This stops the brain dead morons front denting it, but also means you get some **** retard taking photos and leaving notes because apparently you cant park, some people couldnt out-think a frog. The number of times I’ve parked normally at the opposite end of the car park, with 20 spaces either side and the “grouping” instinct kicks in, you get back and find 3 cars either side for no reason, and dents in your doors…Posted 9 years ago
I still wish I had an old car that I could park right beside the tw&t in the new beamer that takes up 2 spaces
Unless they’re taking up two spaces in a very busy car park and therefore depriving people of spaces, all you’re doing is identifying your petty jealousy?
I’m all for people parking sensibly, and will actively thank people for being careful when opening doors near my car – its amazing the number of people you spark up pleasant conversation with in this situation, but I cant abide the “its only a car” brigade, or the “tw@ in a new car, lets make their life hell” types – I just have to wonder what sort of a sad life you have to lead to think like that.Posted 9 years agorichcMember
Thats bad parking, mind you where I live its the opposite of that I reckon I can now get in a space around 4″ bigger than the car.
Mind you do see a lot of bumper touching with people getting out of spaces, which might be why the **** in BMW’s/Audi/4×4 have taken to double parking, as the traffic wardens can’t do anything about this and the Police never bother ticketing anyone.Posted 9 years agofalkirk-markMember
‘Unless they’re taking up two spaces in a very busy car park and therefore depriving people of spaces, all you’re doing is identifying your petty jealousy?’Posted 9 years ago
Thats the whole point they selfishly take 2 spaces nearest thes supermarket (if it was me that felt the need to use 2 spaces I would park further away where there are plenty of spaces)
As for jealousy that does not come into it, I have more than enough cash to buy a new car if I want,(I just do not see the need for a new car for a dog to sit in the boot, dirty mtb gear to get thrown in ,kids messing it up oh and finally other peoples bad driving/ opening doors to ding it) a car to me is transport and not a statement of who I portray myself as
Rocketdog, it is. I can honestly say I fluked mine.
On the two slot-thing. Some carpark slots are very miserly to say the least. Even a considerate shopper with a small child would struggle to get into their car without scratching adjacent cars. Of course its not the Supermarkets concern. There is to get as many cars in as possible. Scratches can cost people money. In some cases alot when they cause small dings as well.
I’ve no problem with someone overlapping a space. If it looks snug then its a problem. Sorry if that offends the carpark Police on this thread.Posted 9 years agoStrangeloveMember
I was sat in my car reading a map at a service station when a car parked along side. A woman opened the passenger door ‘bang’ into my car.
‘Erm, Excuse me. Do you mind?’
‘Oh it hasnt damaged it. Whats the problem?’
Does this give me the right to headbut her as long as i dont break the skin?
On another note. I went out with a girl who didnt like using reverse. We missed a turn once and had to drive for miles until we came to a round about so we could turn round. To be fair she had only just passed her test.Posted 9 years agomidlifecrashesSubscriber
Well looking at the pic, I'd say it was most likely a bloke, and they were double parking the other bloke who was there with two wheels up on the pavement, but they have since left, which they did by driving along the footpath until they got to the junction.Posted 8 years ago
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