Problems Created By Car parkers
Terrible drivers are hard to deal with as is, but terrible car parkers are worse. They are on another level of existence where they think that the whole parking lot is their playground and they can park as they see fit. So something must be done to put these painfully horrendous car parkers to put them back in their place. And nothing spells out passive-aggression better than a note left on the windshield!
What A Superstar
A note written in all caps means serious business. And this particular offender has clearly crossed the line of tolerance to be the target of a letter in all caps! Although this might cost the writer the luxury of feeling like a movie star, a well-worded note will help the offender do a better parking job next time.
A Pinch Of Spite
Sarcasm is probably the language of the irked and offended all over the world. This particular offender actually took the time to move out their neighbor’s trash cans to do their awful parking job. With the level of irritation dripping from that single note, we hope the offender never actually gets to meet the writer, for their own sake!
Grammar On Point
Imagine coming across a parking job so appalling, that you start to lose your grasp on grammar due to the amazing bouts of anger you feel. That was the case with this particular writer, who was equally mad at the bad parking, as well as the time wasted writing their note. Don’t make people doubt their grammar!
Nobody Likes You
This particular writer must be at the height of their anger to actually go out of their way to print out the note! Can you imagine how many times the offender must have done it to take such special measures this time around? We hope they shape up, to benefit from the society, as well as not be attacked by mountain lions. Just saying.
Grumpy Cat Doesn’t Like You
Seems like the famous Grumpy cat himself came down to tut-tut at the disappointing parking job. He’s also very possessive of his parking spot. Although he was generous enough to not call the towing services this time around, the offender might not be as lucky the next time around!
The Hellen Keller
Sometimes, a parking job is so ghastly that not even a note would suffice for the opportunity. Notes would fall on deaf ears, so something more concrete needs to be done to drive the message home. This particularly aggravated writer had to bust out their spray paint can to make their point.
This car parker felt that no parking space available was good for their car. So they had the ingenious idea to park it on the division of spaces itself. Of course, such originality seldom goes unnoticed, so someone had to outline this special parking spot in chalk. Way to go for ingenuity!
What A Jag Off
When one doesn’t have access to paper on hand, what does one use? A pad of course! When one has this much overflowing anger at the improper parking job, that it has to be conveyed one way or another. In this instance, it is a pad. You have to give them points for their very original use of a pad.
Rich In Parking Spots
As rich as you can become, it does not guarantee you get common sense accompanying it. This was the case for the owner of this particular blue BMW, who just had to take up two parking spots. But this inflamed writer wasn’t simply going to let it go, not if it was going to inconvenience their grandma!
Come On Dogg
Props to this next guy, who just wanted to get back his parking spot in the most amicable manner. Unlike a sarcastic or a passive-aggressive note, he put his simple request in a straightforward manner. On the windshield. With paint. He was good enough to even put a ‘thanks’ at the end!
Sincerely It Is
This agitated driver had had enough of the offender’s horrendous parking skills. With a straight-up threat, the writer was giving no more chances to this repeat offender. We suggest the offender keep this threat in mind the next time they’re about to do a half-baked parking job and leave other car locked in.
A Meme-tactic Parking Job
Have you ever seen a parking of car job so bad, that you had to unearth a dead meme from the 2000s? This enraged writer had to go out of his way to print out the famous ‘Y U NO’ meme to get his point across. A perfect mix of nostalgia and sarcasm!
PB & Jelly
Towing costs are quite expensive, not to forget, inconvenient. This writer was considerate enough to spare the offender the charge of towing but still had enough spite to not let go of the chance to make their point. Smearing peanut butter and using it as a canvas to write their qualms is equally innovative and inconvenience at the same time.
It’s That Simple
While the previous one used smeared peanut butter as their canvas, this writer used the gift of mother nature to articulate their thoughts. With the plentiful snow come winter, this writer used the built-up snow on the car to write. Props to them for not wasting paper!
Shoveling the snow from your parking spot in winters is a hassle as is, but more infuriating when someone takes advantage of your hard work! This good Samaritan had just cleared out out the snow from his parking spot, but some rude driver decided to take advantage of it and park there. The writer wasn’t going to let it slide so easily, and wrote a not-so-kindly worded letter.
No Mixed Messages
There’s something fundamentally wrong with your parking skills if they inconvenience even the pedestrians. This skilled driver went out of his way and parked in such a way that it blocked the pavement. But this calm pedestrian wrote a straightforward and concise letter pointing out the offender’s fault. If only everyone in the world was concise…
This is perhaps one of the most politely worded note on this list. When a hapless driver’s alarm system was going off without their knowledge, a Mr. Tyranasauras rex took it upon themselves to bring it to their knowledge. With a top hat and a wine glass in hand, Mr. T-Rex is the epitome of a gentleman.
A classic passive-aggressive note with some threats to boot. This writer had had enough of this offender’s terrible parking job and decided to dole out out some appropriate parking wisdom. Can’t help but agree with their point though, it is quite lousy to park in front o someone’s driveway!
Park Well Maybe
This grieved writer used the words of Carly Rae Jepson’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ to make his point. With a parking as bad as his, it elicits pop songs!
Oh So Gentle
This writer was annoyed to the highest degree for him to spout so many swear words. He was fed up beyond belief with the obnoxious parking skills the offender displayed that he could not stop dropping f-bombs! Offenders beware!
Stop Ruining My Life
Fed up with getting so many parking tickets already, this poor driver had to actually plead the ticket man to not give him any more tickets! We sympathize with him, we’d be distraught too if we got three tickets too!
A snarky and short note is the way to go when dealing with parking offenders. This person’s parking was so bad, that it triggered someone to draw a comparison between the music legend, Stevie Wonder’s eyesight, and the offender’s. And if you’ve been living under a rock, Stevie Wonder is a critically acclaimed musician who is blind.
What A Jerk
It is aggravating as is when people take two whole spots while parking, but it is immensely inconsiderate when they take up parking spots reserved for handicapped people. To what lengths does your inconsideration extend to? However, one vigilante took it upon themselves to write an illustrious note to the offender.
Resort To Public Transport
When one encounters so many parking offenders regularly, these cards are the perfect way to go! NOopoint in wasting your time writing a note, but rather just stick this card and be on your way!
Who Even Are You?
Channeling their inner Liam Neeson from the ‘Taken’ franchise, this disgruntled driver had to borrow the words of the actor himself and outline it to them in explicit terms about the level of their annoyance and the consequences of it.
Annoyed with the skills (or the lack of) of this Beetle owner, he was immediately made an honorary member of a club for people who park awfully! At least we know his parking skills will be appreciated there!
Worst Neighbor Award Goes To…
Broken security alarms in a car are a pain to deal with, especially when they endlessly play through the entirety of the night. But failure to get it fixed and subsequently ruining everyone’s goodnight sleep afforded this offender the title of ‘Worst Neighbor of the Year.’
Sometimes, a simple stick figure conveying your feelings is enough to get the point across. This writer seemed more inconvenienced than angry, so a simple note sufficed. At least, for this time.
It Was For The Fam
Who wants to shovel snow for hours on end only to return and see that someone else has parked in that shoveled space? Not only is it bad manners, but it is also highly inconsiderate. Shame on you, the person who parked that car!
Sometimes, a bad parking job can baffle many a person. This note perfectly summed up the feeling of the general public in just a few words. It is almost an art, to convey so much, with so little words!