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Douchebaggary must be met with a higher level of douchebaggary

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Even when i had my beat ass 2000 Dakota i parked it away from people and usually with one side to a curb. I came out of Hooters one night and saw some dildo had parked so close that i had to bang his truck with my door just to get my fat ass in my truck. After a few good slams with my door to his shit i cut the wheel early and caved in his passenger bed from behind the tire back to the bumper when i left. My truck was already pretty beat up so i didn't mind a few more scratches and dents. My buddy laughed the whole way home. I also rammed some broad in traffic one day in it. We'll tell that story later on...

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So for reference. This is how one should park their truck. Attachment 32187
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Thats all wrong man! One side to a curb. Always!! And if you cant do the curb park next to the nicest car. Leaving open spaces leaves room for the stupid to come bang up your ride. I would have backed in next to the passenger side of the vehicle on the left.

I'll never park next to a coupe either. GD long ass doors!!
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Re: Douchebag parking

So I plowed the lot I work at, so I figured I should at least park in one of my piles. Might be bad parking, but I took up zero parking spots

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There is a guy in my apartment building that has 2 shit vehicles..he uses the yukon to hold the closest parking spot and parks the pos truck farther away. When he leaves in the morning he gets the truck and pulls it in the close spot and drives the other vehicle to work..comes home and puts the Yukon back in the close spot. Doesn't matter to me cause I park my truck away from everyone but his doucheness irritates me
this is a d-bag that deserves to have a valve stem or 2 pulled in the middle of the night.when I shared a condo with my best friends we had neighbors that would pull some shit like this.little did they know that I was friends with the super,he gave me some of them nice hard as hell to get off the window parking stickers.made their commute to work in the morning a little harder since I plastered it to the windshield,lol.



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Even when i had my beat ass 2000 Dakota i parked it away from people and usually with one side to a curb. I came out of Hooters one night and saw some dildo had parked so close that i had to bang his truck with my door just to get my fat ass in my truck. After a few good slams with my door to his shit i cut the wheel early and caved in his passenger bed from behind the tire back to the bumper when i left. My truck was already pretty beat up so i didn't mind a few more scratches and dents. My buddy laughed the whole way home. I also rammed some broad in traffic one day in it. We'll tell that story later on...
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I used to work for a paving contractor and we would have people do this all the time...we would barricade an area or use cones to block it off and they would simply move our barricades and park anyway. We always just called the wrecker and had them towed. In our defense, we would always go put flyers on peoples windsheilds well prior to starting construction so they would be aware of what was going to happen and when...people are just selfish.

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I couple years ago I was headed to a restaurant with a friend from work. We were out of town for business and in a rental car, a POS Dodge Caliber that neither of us gave a crap about. We pulled up to the place and there's barely any parking. Then there was a brand new Ford Raptor sprawled across two spots right by the front door. My buddy does not like to turn the other cheek and let such things go. I might have talked him into letting it go in an empty lot but we were driving around for a few minutes waiting for a spot. He cursed the dude out for a minute then calmly told me to get out of the car, as I probably wouldn't be able to exit my side once he squeezed it next to that truck.

I got out, then he wedged the Caliber into the tiny spot between the Ford and the car next to it. There was probably less than six inches between his truck and our car and the angle was such that the truck could not back out before the car moved without contact. We did it in full view of the inside of the restaurant then went in expecting to be confronted by the owner. I will also mention I am a pretty solid 210 and my buddy is more like 250 or 260 with a Rugby physique and a 400 pound bench.

We ate a whole meal without anybody coming up to us, then paid and got up to leave. It turned out that this family, a husband, wife, and one kid who had just finished their meal when we came in, sat there for an extra 45 minutes while we ate rather than asking us to move so they could get in their truck. Then after we backed out we watched them walk to the Raptor and get into it. I cannot imagine how much shit that guy probably took from his wife over that on the drive home.
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now that is well played.if that was done here the owner would've returned with their lawyer and a lawsuit.



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I must admit, I might be one of those douchebags........ I always take two spots and park on a slight angle. Parking spots here are way to narrow for a full size truck and naturally it will get banged up if you don't take two. Yes...... the truck will just fit between the lines, but Americans are so freaking overweight they need to open their door all the way to get in and out.

In my defense, I always try to park on the outer edge of the lot when I do this. I might be a douche, but I'm a douche with no door dings in my Tundra !!!!!!


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Back in my hoodlum days, my buddies and I would lift peoples vehicles if they took up two spots and make them fit completely between two vehicles. Never got in trouble but the owners were sure pissed when they couldn't move their vehicle but an inch or 2 forward or back with out hitting another vehicle.

I have also used my chains to drag peoples vehicles (just a few feet but to give them an idea). I park away from everyone for a reason, and when it is unavoidable and have to park next to other vehicles I park next to people I know I'm not like some I busted my balls for what I have and will be damned if someone else damages my property.
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I must admit, I might be one of those douchebags........ I always take two spots and park on a slight angle. Parking spots here are way to narrow for a full size truck and naturally it will get banged up if you don't take two. Yes...... the truck will just fit between the lines, but Americans are so freaking overweight they need to open their door all the way to get in and out.

In my defense, I always try to park on the outer edge of the lot when I do this. I might be a douche, but I'm a douche with no door dings in my Tundra !!!!!!
The douches are the one's that park in the front of the building in this manner, no one gets mad at someone parked in the far back of the lot... thats where anyone with a big vehicle, an rv, a semi, a box van should park to be courteous...



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