It’s a tale as old as time: An ambitious driver parks their small car in a decently sized parking spot, only to return from their errands to find a mysterious note that doesn’t even make sense.
Is this a cryptic letter where small and tiny mean something totally different? Maybe the mystery will be solved in a subsequent note. Maybe it’s part of a grand scheme to write out the lyrics of a new song but can only be revealed once the master plan has been achieved. Life sure is full of mysteries.
Happy Bad Parking Day!
We always say that fighting is best done with glitter. This party car is going to take hours to clean, making the driver fully regret acting like an idiot.
Our only question is how did they get the balloons inside the car, and what exactly are they filled with?
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?
Also, if Jesus, in fact, took tap dancing classes, we don't think he would appreciate you using his talent to shame other people for their terrible parking skills.
If someone wants to leave a nasty note like this on the car they deemed parked terribly, that is well within their right. It is also their right to eat toenail clippings and wear crocs.
Sure, it would be gross and depraved, and they would be shaming themselves and their loved ones. But as luck would have it, under our system of government, it is their right to be barbarians.
Some people can't be bothered with signs or regulations. They see an open spot — they park. They need a third party to put things in their faces or they will keep spacing out and ignore specific instructions.
This note is just for that kind of people.