This is a thread I've been wanting to start for a while. I've seen some horrible parking jobs, and pulled a couple myself. Today I went to the swap meet and noticed this douche bag parking job. ImageUploadedByAutoguide1358703428.472439.jpg
The lot was EMPTY and this guy in the red parked like 2' from the taco.
Post up the douchebag parking jobs u see around town!
I've seen that before. Some kind of mindless herding mentality. When I first bought my RCSB I used it to drive to a store. It was late at night and very few customers were there....just a cluster of cars near the entrance. The remainder of the parking lot was deserted. I parked a couple hundred feet away from the cluster, but alas when I returned to the truck, some f**ktard in a minivan was squeezed in beside me, despite the acres of space available everywhere else. What's worse, he did open his door onto mine, producing a scuff. Fortunately It did not crease the metal and buffed out just fine.
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We have a box van (Sprinter) for our business and one morning on my way down the I-5 I stopped at the starbucks right before the grapevine to grab some coffee..
Well, this guy in a benz parked in two spots and at an angle.. so me being the kind soul I am, I backed up my big ass truck dab smack next to his, about 4" from his drivers side, I was in the parking spot, but his car was in the one I was parking into.
I Knew it had to be the guy by the front door with his jaw to the floor, so I as i walked by I said, what an asshole, cant he park normal.. he didnt say a word.
As i waited in line I saw him & his wife arguing by the car, he had to get in the drivers side & crawl over, and since he parked at an angle with his tires chocked towards my truck it took him like 2 minutes to get out of the parking spot.
HEHEHE... me and another random guy were laughing our asses off while watching the show...
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I always park as far back as I can in any parking lot I go to, At kohls a few months back some jealous D-BAG parked about 2 feet away from my pass side door in a beat-up minivan, Now the parking lot was just about empy so I know he-they did it on purpose. My first thought was to wait and confront them, but with my temper I could see cops coming, second thought, knife his tires which would have made me the D-BAG, SO I searched my truck and found my atv valve stem puller, lets just say both his driver side tires where about on the rims when I left. Problem solved and hope he learned his lesson to never do that to anyone else.
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I have mixed emotions about the d-bag parking guy. On one hand, he's a d-bag for doing it, on the other, I'm somehow jealous that he can be so d-baggy.
That example doesn't look TOO bad, but could be the picture. I agree that when the lot is open there is no need to park near anybody. At my office, the parking lot is meant for small cars, I often have to feel like I've done the d-bag parking job even though my tires are within the lines. Now, lets see some cell phone picture examples of this! Somebody add some.
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i'm with you guys on this,theres not a lot of places around here that have spots big enough to park a tundra.i usually try to find a spot that is at the end of a row so that there is a curb on one side of my truck or park farther away where there are plenty of empty spots,especially at the mall.theres always a dbag everytime i go somewhere and everytime i want to kick thier mirror off to teach them a lesson,i'm glad i bought the wider step bars for this tundra so that their door hits that first.
i also try to teach lessons at my golf course,i usually get the last spot in the row since we get there early and every time we got to leave theres always some dbag that has to park like 2 feet from me where there is no marked spot because they couldn't get an early tee time and refuse to park the next level down.i already have to squeze out of the spot i get because of the design,but this just makes it worse.so as i'm trying to get out of the spot,my golf buddy makes sure the dbag gets a message.a little extra something on his windshield,mirrors readjusted,or maybe a tire with some piss on it.
I always park with only 1 side exposed. If I'm with the kids, I'll park right next to the furthest cart return (so I can put the kids in, and don't have to walk far to put the cart away). If I'm alone, I park next to the furthest curb, or cart return.
I never, and I mean never park near the store, nor do I park with both sides of my truck exposed, unless absolutely necessary. My fat ass can use the exercise anyway I don't understand dipshits who must park as close to the store as possible, and will even stop in the middle of the goddam aisle for 5 minutes to wait for someone to load up their car and leave, while blocking everyone behind them...wtf? People are fukin stupid and deserve their shit to be vandalized.
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