People have a feeling of entitlement these days… I don’t get it. Case in point. Today I arrived at work and parked my car sometime around 7:30. I scored the super-star spot in Snively, we all know the type, where you can be guaranteed you will be able to get back in your car at the end of the day because no one can park on the driver’s side. When I parked in that spot, there was a car 2 spots to the right of me, and nothing in front of the car for several spaces. I did not count, I was still drinking my coffee. Some time around 8, a coworker came in and told me I needed to check my car, someone had parked and most likely damaged it. I couldn’t get out to the lot until lunch because of meetings. When I arrived, I found the following.
Now mind you, she (yes, I have seen the driver of this car many a morning as we typically arive around the same time of day) pulled into the spot some time AFTER I had already parked. Granted, my front bumper is in line with the white line, but like tennis, the line is in. I suspect this person would rear end someone and blame the person she hit. Just going out on a limb here. Either way, it’s another one of those instances where the checks and balances fall back to the world is full of idiots. Sorry society you just lost a point from the NOT IDIOTS column.
Please enjoy the rest of the photos, also notice the way in which the car is parked in the spot, all the way to the right. I returned the note, asking the person not to park in spots in the future they feel they can not park in, they could potentially damage a colleague’s car. No need to call the police, there was no damage done to my car. I did pull my car back in the likely event that this car should leave before me for fear of my bumper, license plate and anything else the person might rip from my car when they back out, of course, all my fault.
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