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Snagglefrog

It's times like that in which I wish I had a flamethrower or something...

Aoirann

Okay at that point I would be really tempted to slash their tires. The thing stoping me would be 1. I would start rethinking it and 2. I don't carry a knife on me.

Gem

oh, that's when I call the police and say I'm trying to park in the handicapped spot for my disabled grandmother and some jackoff has the space and the whole fire lane blocked.....

NC Tony

I'd just key both of their cars. To paraphrase the late, great George Carlin "I'd make two trips around the car if I had nothing better to do that day." Then again keying a white truck wouldn't work, that would require a note on the windshield about how the driver of said truck is a major asshole, and wishing harm to befall their person... in fact they BOTH deserve notes like that.

GreenGrin

With the silver car a team of like minded people could block her in quite easily. Mr. Truck would take a little more finesse. Or a fire truck to ram him out of the way. I've never seen it happen but that would just make my year.

Spritzy

Take comfort in the fact that if there was a fire, the fire dept would have no hesitation to taking their axes to the vehicle and hacking though the doors to run the hoses through....or just plowing it out of the way with a battering ram or truck.

Michael Chandra

So, uhm... You guys remember those hammers they sell to help protect you if you get into water, to break the window?

You really should get such hammers. For your own safety, of course. Not to break their windows.

SammyKat

People like this deserve to have their tires slashed, cars keyed and have the cops tow their car. Fuckers.

Circle Jerkette

I would love to park in the designated spots in the first picture.

WriterReader

This is when I dial the non emergency number and start spouting off license plates. My grandmother has a tag on her car and on the occasional bad day, those spots are needed. On her good days, we park in non-handicapped spots. And under no circumstances do we use a permit spot without her.

Book Baby

My dad used to own an Army surplus Jeep ambulance. He could have easily moved the truck AND its trailer without a scratch on his truck.

The silver car? A bunch of us should park in the spaces near her right side. I can just hear her call to the police:

"Some INCONSIDERATE people have me blocked in! Can you come and get them to move their cars so I can leave?" The look on the cops' faces would be priceless! Also, can you say "ticket" when they saw her parking job? LOLOL

In Slavery

I'd like to have a box of those parking violation stickers. Ya know like the ones police stick to your window when you lave a car parked along the road for an extended period of time. They are usually neon orange or yellow. I would stick about a dozen of them all over the wind shield and other windows stating to the whole world what a douche he is. Either that or carry around a couple of those window markers around to leave a nice note for the guy, of course written in pink, or lime green or some other color that is as obnoxious as his parking job.

Ginger G

One day I was walking into Wal-Mart and noticed a car parked up on the sidewalk area in the front of the store, kind of like the first picture here. I'm a stickler for correct parking and it bugs the crap out of me when I see shit like that. As I was walking and glaring at the car, the car's owner came up walking up....it was my own father! Of course I fussed at him but he said he didn't give a crap and he'd park wherever he wanted to! And he wonders why his car has been keyed so many times...

Joe the Cigar Guy

Ever notice that the drivers like the ones in picture #1 are AMAZED when they come out four hours later and their car is in full sunlight?

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