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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

oh good grief

People, people, people (and I use that term loosely) - if you get a note in your mail box that you are not allowed to park on the street overnight, and then you get a note on your offending car that you must not park on the street overnight, or you will be towed, why are you surprised when you're towed? And since you only have one car, and a driveway that can hold 2 cars, AND A FLIPPING GARAGE, why do you insist on parking in the street? You chose to live in a townhouse community with community rules, you chose to flagrantly disobey those rules, and NOW you think that "they" are picking on you, because "well, other people park in the street all night too".  well, yeah, but they don't live across the street from ME and block my driveway all night, forcing me, at 5:15am to drive over my lawn to get out of my driveway.  Yeah, it was ME that got your sorry ass towed.  And yeah, that note on your car? That was from me too.  I warned you and the property management company warned you.  Idiot.  

But I do have to ask you, how do you fit all 47 of your children, and the dog, in that car? 

7 comments:

Kea said...

Ha! That reads like our townhouse community. Except I don't have a car, so don't need to drive over the lawn to get out of my driveway. :-D

Hannah and Lucy said...

The joys of "caring" neighbours who think the rules don't apply to them.

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

OH MY DOG.....

They reproduced?

Furkidsmom said...

One morning we woke up to find a GIANT Ryder Truck parked right across our driveway! Somebody was moving in across the street and decided it was easier than putting it in their (MOTORHOME SIZED) driveway.

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

Derby, Ducky said...

Duhr, if they block your driveway, they deserved it. Even if it wasn't against the rules. Some beans is so stoopid.

brandi said...

I remember when I had a car and an assigned parking spot and the BUILDING OWNER decided to park in my spot. After a long HOT ride home in 95 degree weather without air conditioning, stuck in some dreadful traffic most of the way, I was in no mood. I blocked him in and when I saw him as I got out of the elevator I screamed at him. Sorry. Yes, I did. And he moved his truck to HIS assigned parking space. After I dropped my things off, cooled off, and unblocked his truck. I remember exactly how that felt. Wonderful!!
Carol

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

OH YEAH! Good job! I can totally relate! The people behind me block our driveway all the time! Ahhhhhh....so frustrating!!!