|Parking Lot Woes
||[May. 24th, 2006|02:47 pm]
The Question Club
|||||"Shadows of the Night" - Pat Benatar||]|
So there's this assclown that works somewhere in the complex where my office is. More than a few times, this person has parked his/her car so close to mine that I have to climb in from the passenger's side or from the backseat. I can't open my driver door more than about, oh, three inches. This person was also kind enough to park behind me one day (parallel parking area) and parked 2 inches from my back bumper. (Yes, I got out my ruler and measured.) I had about a foot in front of me to work with.
My co-workers witnessed this person's knack for great parking last week when we all went to get into my car to go to lunch. I had to climb in through the back, then back the car up so they could get in.
If it were a once-in-a-while thing, I'd just let it go. But this has been happening once or twice a week for a couple of months now.
Now, say you were me. Next time this nice, thoughtful person parks so damn close, would you leave a nice little note on their car? What would it say? (I'm thinking "You fucking do this one more time and so help me God, I will have your car shoved into the fucking river" is probably not the best idea.)
Would you also take the license plate number and car description to the lady up in the leasing office that is known for being all up in people's business anyways (but gets things done) and have her find out what this person's major malfunction is and maybe have a talk with them about it?