The art of parking.

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phildo79

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I once left my car at one of those huge airport carparks that are miles from the terminal. When I returned, the two cars parked either side of me were so close, I had to climb into my car via the boot. And it was a saloon car so it was a good job I was able to get one of the seats unlocked. Stupid bastards!
 

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I once left my car at one of those huge airport carparks that are miles from the terminal. When I returned, the two cars parked either side of me were so close, I had to climb into my car via the boot. And it was a saloon car so it was a good job I was able to get one of the seats unlocked. Stupid bastards!
You should have seen if you could have actually jumped from one to the other over the roof of your car. That would definitely prove they were very close.
 

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It's amazing how it's almost always 4x4s or BMW/Audi/Mercedes as well. There is a local Facebook group around here called "parking like a dick in Southampton" that is full of dickwads like the above photos.

I've taken photos of parked cars (with people in them!) before and the driver has got our in outrage that I took a photo of (normally) his car. They get even more irate when I tell them about the Facebook group! 😂
 

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You don't use WD40 to write a message you use it to ruin their day.

WD40 smears on the screen making the car undrivable and is a bitch to clean off if you want to leave a message just stick it under the wiper blade!
 

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i find stainless steel cable ties that lock on added to half a dozen shopping trolleys and door handles makes for great fun, for the other bloke
 

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Not that anyone is actually serious here, you just have to make sure that the victim of an awl to the tires, WD40 to the windshield (or whatever else) for parking rudely/poorly was intentional and not simply an old person or someone who's incompetent. As far as I know, you don't have to park within the lines at a place of business. Almost everyone does but I don't think there are laws against parking wherever you feel like in a lot.
Some of the parking jobs I've seen are only explainable if the person was blind.
 

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