Is that a… business card? Did someone actually go through all the trouble of fashioning a stack of custom-made business cards to pass around whenever they come across a badly-parked car?
Who needs therapy when you can just leave a strongly-worded business card that reads, “Thanks for being a drain on society!” It’s the ultimate power move – and it’s also really funny. Just don’t be surprised if the person you’re leaving the note for responds with an even more passive-aggressive note in return
The person who left this note thinks that this car owner’s life was, in fact, a mistake.
We get the idea from this that the person was probably parked that poorly to make somebody put this note on their car. Man, we wish we could see a picture of how the car was parked.
Passive aggressive notes - the perfect way to say what you mean without actually saying it! Whether it's a neighbor who keeps playing their music too loud or a person who doesn't park in the lines, nothing says, "I'm annoyed with you but don't want to confront you directly," quite like a passive-aggressive note.
It's like the notes are saying, "I'm not mad, I'm just disappointed... and I want you to know it."
When this car got a ticket for being parked there for too long, the owner wrote a note replying to the ticket explaining that his door is frozen shut and he couldn’t open the car to move it.
We do give him credit for at least trying to avoid a ticket.
It's astonishing how many people park like this. All you have to do is check that you're not taking up more space than necessary and that another car has space to park, it's really not that hard!
A basic but often forgotten rule of parking: be a little more considerate when parking your car in a public area and not like this guy who took up way more space than he needed.