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idiot who can't park

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by S3Daz, Nov 23, 2007.

  1. Wes G

    Wes G Member

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    I wasnt `dragged up` nor am I a `******` as most people on here that have met me will agree, I`m not the only person here with this view and on the whole I dont go shopping in my motor so its a very rare occasion that this happens, also I did say that I would not do it if the bays were busy-for you to judge someone and dis there parents and upbringing for such a petty thing is just crazy...I guess we should be used to you by now-cant believe I got sucked into replying.
     
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  3. motorbikez

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    You are right about one point it is not law.But if a business decides to designate an area for parent and child parking that is their right and as such lazy f--ckers should take note of it.When I go shopping without my kids I park my car well away from your 4 wheel drives and clapped out cars and walk the 200yds to the store.
    As has been said before you will change your tune if you ever have kids.
     
  4. consilio

    consilio Up the owls!

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    Here we go again, and the same old faces too :keule:

    Personally, I park in a single bay wherever is safest for my car. Occasionally this includes disabled bays, but only in the following conditions, which would also apply to P&C spaces.

    - There are more than half of the spaces available.
    - I'm not staying for a siginificant period of time (eg grabbing a sandwich).
    - I park in the furthest bay away in that zone.

    I'm comfortable doing this, and if the above criteria is not met, then its off to the back of the car park.
     
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    arthurfuxake Controversial & Contradictive

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    Please, please, please, don't let him breed, I think 1 of his sort is enough.:p
     
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    I'm sure you're a bloody nice bloke, but you are admitting to what I, and I'm sure many others in society, would say is dickhead behaviour.
    It might seem petty to you, but I would say it's just as petty to be so obsessed with your motor that you're willing to admit to completely selfish, if not illegal, practices.
     
  7. Wes G

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    Says the man who is going to show his children the right way in life...kicking other peoples property-lovely children they will be:thumbsup:!!! Unfortunately I wont be having children-not that it would change anything,-consilio pretty much hit the nail on the head.
     
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    arthurfuxake Controversial & Contradictive

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    Haha, fair cop, my bad, guess I was just sinking a few levels, but it was said in jest.

    Also, just to calm things down, I'd never cause malicious damage to anyones car, and I'd probably never cause intentional bodily harm to anyone off the rugby pitch. That doesn't stop me from threatening to though, I'm a gentle giant really.
     
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    arthurfuxake Controversial & Contradictive

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    I'm a different shade of green.

    Oops, just looked a bit more closely at that pic, that's norty, and rules me out.:ohmy:
     
  11. consilio

    consilio Up the owls!

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    HAHA, you dirty girl Lottie - we all know you were looking at his massive wanger
     
  12. dipstic

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    Forget about the parking issue in this thread ,seems to be a moral issue
    " Im aright jack " f--k everyone else
    Same issues in life nowadays,selfish people.
    And why would anyone park in a m+c space and think their car is safer,other end of the car park for me and thats in my old astra est.
     
  13. L60N

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    Im still laughing at that spitting comment.. Its f*c*ing hilarious!!!
     
  14. PaulAr

    PaulAr S3 (8P)

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    Help me understand the `You Fuckwits` comment, if you will.

    I have a 6yr old who can get out of the car unaided but still uses a booster seat as its a legal requirement.

    However its not that easy for a 6 yr old to open the door (on a 3 door car) get out of a booster seat and guarantee to not to open it too far onto the adjacent car.

    To be sure this doesnt happen and the adjacent car isnt damaged, Supermarkets etc..have provided family spaces, perfect for my situation.

    In my current situation, family spaces, dont necessarily make it any easier to get myself and family in and out of the car, but in fact protect other peoples cars !!
    Its was true though when the little one was in a baby seat, and it does make it easier for the parents to remove the nipper, but more importantly it helps prevent the door being shoved with there arse into the next car.

    So its not about being privileged (as mentioned), its about common sense and basic respect for others and there property.

    I have a cherised 8P S3 and would sincerely hope that other familys stick to these designated spaces so that my car isnt not damaged in then scenario Ive described.
    For this reason, I NEVER use a family space if Im shopping on my own, and the fact its damn rude.

    And yes I park my car as far away from the herds as possible but some people still pull right alongside, these are the real `Fuckwits` IMO.

    How many have had to get their jeans dirty sqeezing down the side of a scruffy LWB Pajero parked 10mm from your pride and joy?

    Cheers
    Paul
     
  15. Wes G

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    Was said very much as a joke hence the "waits for a bite" comment...sorry:3sadwalk::friends:
     
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    I love that and im gonna steal it as my own !
     
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    :thumbsup:
     
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    i personaly solve the problem of close parkers by taking the liberty of moving there car out the way so i can get into mine, a quick call to a pal with a van hook on the tow rope and out of the way goes there car, must give them a fair wee shock when they get back but it serves them right for parking so stupidly, im still waiting to have the rope attached 1 day and the person to come out lol chow
     
  19. sleep envy

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    :wtf:
     
  20. a3guy

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    Why is it that always the old bangers park close to your car and then wack their *ucking doors of yours.

    My car got dinged twice by the same car from the driver and rear passenger side.

    Good job i carry a gerber camping tool in the armrest for these special days .
    2 dents = 2 slashed tyres on that scrapper
     
  21. dipstic

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    Please dont tell me you are for real?
     
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    chow, as in bye or cheers. just another phrase dont worry yourself over it.
     
  24. Shades

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    Ciao, as in Hello/Goodbye in Italian? Just the correct word, don't worry yourself over it.
     
  25. sleep envy

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    I love it when people murder my first language
     
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    My mate from work was telling me today how he got a parking ticket in the local NCP for parking on the white line. All because he was trying to pertect his car (S3) from getting any dents.
    :banghead:
     
  27. sleep envy

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    is that enforcable?

    I'd check it very carefully and tell them to stick it where not even they would be able to white line it
     
  28. a3guy

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    sounds fair:eyebrows: to me
     
  29. mike60eley

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    Don't know, But he had a ticket on the windscreen from the idiots in blue. More money for their bonus scheme.
     

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