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  EatnBeef  |  7

Usually when someone takes my parking spot I go Rent a crane and lift the car and set it upside down in their spot. Then I leave I smiley face sticker note on it.

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  Razzed  |  4

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Razzed  |  4

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Razzed  |  4

What high horse? And what disagreement? Stating "too long, didn't read" is not any sort of disagreement in opinion, it's a statement of laziness and idiocy.

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  Marcelb  |  17

40 - OP probably didn't do that because he/she didn't want to come across as a whining b*tch. "Normal people" would think: no problem I'll just park in their spot for now, instead of calling the authorities or something like that. At least that's what I'd think. Of course asking them to move it would have been a good option, but apparently OP didn't think that to be necessary. Obviously he/she was mistaken though.

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  firecopy  |  6

Razzed, I agree with your first post. However, that doesn't mean you have to insult people for thumbing down your post. IMO, your later thumbs down should be viewed as a lesson, not a punishment.

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  Razzed  |  4

I insulted that person because they felt the need to respond to my post with nothing more than "tl;dr". That reply was deleted after I first responded, so now it doesn't really flow properly with the thread. I really don't care how unpopular my opinion is, but I take issue with people who feel the need to come into a discussion forum for the express purpose of announcing how intellectually lazy they are.

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  HannahWho  |  8

I read it, Razzed, and I get what you are saying. However, normal people do not think that the army has to be called in over a parking spot. Some people would throw a fit, dent the neighbors car, curse their children, leave dead animals on their stoop and be a jerk until the end of time. I respect that Op found the more decent solution and parked in the neighbors parking spot, since hey... they were in his spot. That said, the post is useful I suppose for those who feel the need to waste a lot of energy over a parking spot (some people feel the need to.) However, Op might have been in a hurry or tired, and not really care. Now they have learned their lesson and will likely do as you advised in the future so they don't get a ticket.

By  Yak99  |  0

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  PaulB123  |  11

As I think 12 tried to say, I'm pretty sure parking tickets are a little more personalised then "you owe the city ___$". They record license plate etc so you can't just go around putting them on other cars. I hope you haven't tried this ;).

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  HannahWho  |  8

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By  infinitii  |  0

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

most likely, they didn't have anywhere else to park. Some places, especially apartment buildings are notorious for having too few parking spots. They get a kickback from the towing company and the private firms they use to write people tickets.

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  HannahWho  |  8

Firecopy, that is not true. I lived in an apartment for almost all of my life. We got one spot, there are three guest spots in the front but two of them are handicapped parking spots and the other one was taken over by the office manager years ago. There was literally one parking spot for each apartment and it caused a lot of problems with people having friends over, because they would have to park in the grocery store parking lot. That said, if someone parks in our spot we call the tow company because we arent going to park our car two blocks away because someone's guest is too special to park somewhere else.

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  firecopy  |  6

HannahWho, your comment agrees with mine. The main overlying message is that you don't park in someone else's spot. Whether you want to park 2 blocks away or not is fine by me. However, you don't steal someone's spot. That would be rude.

By  kerrwoof  |  13

That is one of the stupidest things I've heard in a long time. Your neighbor is an asshole, clearly, and I really do hope they get what they deserve. I would be pretty pissed off at my neighbor if they parked in my spot forcing me to find somewhere else and resulting in me getting a ticket and not them (I'm assuming they didn't or else this would be a very lame FML)

By  DocBastard  |  38

Looks like I need to dust off the Idiot-English Translation Engine here. *whir* *bzzz* *click* *DING* "What the hell? Did your neighbour get a ticket too? Because if not, you can fight that. Only pussies and assholes use punctuation." I don't write them, I just translate them. You're welcome.

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