15 June 2009

Here's Your Sign

If you think your car is so valuable that you have to take up two (2) parking spaces so there's no chance that other cars will hit it while you are at the park, you can't afford it--and therefore shouldn't have bought it.
PS-- Dear person, This is a little parking lot, on a busy park day (There was a hula show, in case you park this way so often you can't remember each offensive incidence) so next time think of the people you are making park 4 blocks away. It wasn't me, but it could have been the little old lady who went to watch her granddaughter do the hula. And, just so you know: If I still had my little Suzuki Samurai (or a motorcycle), I definitely would have parked in one of those parking spots, which would put me very close to your precious car. Think about that next time.
Love, Me.


Rachel said...

I may have been tempted to spell out jerk in oreo's except that would have been a huge waste of a bag of cookies.

Heath said...

Haha--Huge waste indeed.
Don't get me wrong, I have been known to park my car next to one of those tree spaces, where I could get as close to the curb as possible in order to give the other side of my car a ton of space and prevent dings (and my car is over 10 years old)...but...I've never been so delusional as to think I need 2 spaces.

the freshmaker *ting said...

this drives me nuts! i would never do this myself but i would be thinking bad thoughts and hoping someone else would have the nerve to do something bad to their car.
i had to go to this conference recently where where parking was 10$ upon entering, and parking was very limited and their were people who would do this... think about going to a dental convention full of doctors and specialist their ego is already big imagine it about their cars, and i won't even talk about their horrible driving skills!!!