Listen, I am just as guilty as the next person when it comes to getting highly annoyed at terrible parkers. I am always looking at the license plate and then rolling my eyes thinking, "who even parks like that. GAWD".
Here is the predicament I am in, I was grabbing a salad the other day from the place that has THE BEST ranch (in my opinion), The Club Tavern and as I am leaving I see someone parked like a complete jack wagon. At first I think, "maybe they just ran in quick". Not the case at all.
So I do what every jerk does and snap a picture, because that what we do these days. Video and take pics, that is the world we live in. And I will admit, I am guilty.
So you tell me if you think this is annoying for you as well.
I mean, there is a not even a parking spot that is close to this person. In fact the curb is the end of the parking spots...so that is a dead giveaway that clearly you are parking in the wrong spot.
I blacked out the plate, but yes, this person is from Montana. Now how long they have lived here, I haven't the slightest clue. I will say there was NOT a 6 at the beginning of the plate numbers.
So someone PLEASE help me understand how someone A) parked like this B) got out of their vehicle and STILL didn't realize they parked like jerk and C) thought, "oh well" and carried on. SMH
I am just asking in hopes of some sort of clarity.
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