Monthly Archives: March 2008

Easter festivities

Indianapolis, IN

Andrea says, “Apparently, people were in a hurry to get back to the Easter festivities.”

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Grassy knoll

Virginia Beach, VA

Molly explains, “In a partially-empty parking lot on a Sunday afternoon—Easter Sunday no less—you’d think the SUV’s driver would be able to find a large enough space. Then again, I guess that’s what grass medians are for—overflow.”

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Ignoring the obvious

New York City, NY

All I’m told is that this was taken on St. Patrick’s Day. Dude must be Irish and figured rules don’t apply on this day.

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Middle of nowhere

Jackson, MS

John took this photo at his workplace. “The gentleman parking in the middle of the parking lot probably was only following the lead of other drivers who had parked next to the green compact car in the left of the photo. We have enough legitimate parking spots, however, so this kind of parking really isn’t excusable.”

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Hover car

San Francisco, CA

Kirsten says, “The owner of this Sebring parked up on the curb, making the passenger side look like a hovercar from the back, and also blocked our driveway by at least 8 inches. [Because of the angle] it doesn’t look as if it’s hanging over that far, but it was way over what’s usually allowed out of courtesy in SF.”

Why haven’t we invented real hover cars yet?

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Vanity parking

Santa Monica, CA

Larry said this Corvette, besides parking poorly, also had a vanity plate (that he kindly obscured per the rules – thank you!) which makes this whole scene extra obnoxious.

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Turned around

Wilmington, DE

‘Always Looking’ says, “As you can plainly see the car is parked a good distance from the curb, but what really grabbed my attention was it’s parked facing the wrong way on the wrong side of the street (as you can see the direction of the car at it’s nose).”

This isn’t only annoying, I’m pretty sure it’s illegal.

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