Some people like using Bible verses to express their low-key aggression on social media, so it’s not surprising that this little nugget of hostility has carried over to parking notes. While it’s not an actual Bible verse, it’s just made to look like one.
Is it just me, or does making a card look like a Bible verse seem a little infantile? Then again, it is a pretty creative way to let someone know you disapprove of their parking, albeit a little childish.
Instead of using harsh words or cursing whoever moved their bins to the park, they were super polite, but somehow the message still came shining through.
Just in case the recipient of the note got confused by all the kind words and the heart decoration, the sign-off could not be clearer.
We've all had awkward exchanges with people about parking. Complaining about someone taking a free parking space is how some people let others know they're entitled freeloaders. It's a particularly obnoxious note to receive - I mean, c'mon, public parking is meant for the public, that means everyone.
Unfortunately, some people don't realize this and somehow think it's perfectly reasonable for them to reserve public parking spaces for themselves while leaving rude notes like this.
We All Scream – at This Guy
There is nothing quite like cold ice cream on a hot summer day. This poor guy just wanted to share that experience with his family on a lazy Saturday, but his plans went awry because someone decided to double park their brand-new Nissan Altima.
It’s a good thing he let this driver know the consequences of his actions.
That's A Paddlin'
Anyone who's familiar with the TV show "The Simpsons" will probably know how funny this meme became. While it's hard to convey what memes mean out of context, I'll try my best.
“That's a paddlin'” is a reference to a character on the Simpsons who would take minor misbehaviors and say, “that's a paddlin',” meaning he was going to punish the offender by hitting them with a paddle. “Parking in other people's spots? That's a paddlin'."