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2cats4ever t1_ithd8fv wrote

Typical Lexus attitude*


PVinesGIS t1_ithw4co wrote

There’s been a few studies over the years linking vehicular price tags to aberrant behavior…but I enjoyed this article that I recently read.


nator1270 OP t1_ithy86u wrote

I have noticed this as well. Noticed that people in expensive cars drive like idiots. I guess they are expecting that the car will drive for them. Lol She said “leave me alone” as she was stuffing donuts into her grill. Not shaming, just reporting. All I wanted to do was to go to the grocery store before the Raven’s game


Randomwhitelady2 t1_itiep81 wrote

Could you have squeezed into the spot and blocked her door, so she’d have to crawl in through the passenger door? I’ve done this on more than one occasion when I had no other choice.


nator1270 OP t1_itizhaq wrote

Unfortunately she was already in her car stepping on the brakes so I thought that she was going to back out but never did. Also, I would never jeopardize my 2011 Honda Civic. Lol


Ritaontherocksnosalt t1_itpna9c wrote

I don't mind when someone does that BUT they've parked way far away from the main entrance. I can appreciate someone wanting to take care of the paint job on their car. Parking like that up close to the entrance is just asking for it to be keyed.


nator1270 OP t1_itprv7r wrote

She was pretty close to the entrance. Probably 12 or so spots to the store. She sat in her car eating donuts so it’s not like she went shopping. That lot is always full unless you go on a Tuesday midday when everyone is working. This happened to be at noon on Sunday before a Ravens game so you know the lot was at full capacity


sxswnxnw t1_iti1dsl wrote

She is wrong to be parked like this, but why did you think it was a good idea to walk up to someone in their car and confront them like this?

Did this one person straddling two spaces really prevent you from going to the grocery store? Were there no other parking spaces in that entire structure? I'm assuming that's Harris Teeter with the massive parking garage at McHenry Row.

Like this is petty as hell. And it's supposed to be some great example of the decline of social order in Baltimore?? Ok!


nator1270 OP t1_iti9gfd wrote

Unfortunately, I had driven around for 2 laps already and noticed her there twice around so there were no other spots that I came up to that were open. I also don’t need to park close to the entrance since I rather park far and walk then to sit and wait for someone to leave a spot closer. I feel that your comment is what exacerbates this type of behavior because instead of being upset at them you are upset that I am correct. Normally I wouldn’t approach a vehicle because you never know but with that said, I approached her with kind words and kept my space. When I asked her to pick a spot it was after I asked her if she could possibly move to one spot so that I could park in the other. This is a selfish act on her part and the only reason I took the picture was so that I had something if she decided to do something to my car since I ended up parking close to where she was because someone just happen to come out near there. I’m sure that in your eyes the guys on the bikes terrorizing Fed Hill Park are just looking for a place to ride too. Correct?


sxswnxnw t1_itj5mo9 wrote

Don't be such a child. I said she is wrong for parking like that AND you are also wrong for playing self-deputized parking police. Believe it or not, both of those things can be true.

And y'all have real live terrorists in Federal Hill now? Omg! How and why are you even linking terrorists on bikes in Federal Hill with a woman badly parked in a parking garage?


nator1270 OP t1_itj9ovw wrote

Settle down there. If you can’t handle a reply then don’t post a reply. All I said was that people like you that have an excuse for people like this are the ones that help people like this parking idiot to get away with parking like an idiot until it happens to you and then you probably get all up in arms about it. I am just assuming by your original response


sxswnxnw t1_itk7v5h wrote

People like me are adults and drive to another level where there is plenty of parking, don't take photos to bitch about not finding parking in a grocery store parking lot with my bros on a subreddit, and also understand basic boundaries.

People like you are the first to cry foul when things don't go their way and call it civil disorder, boo-hoo.


nator1270 OP t1_itkt7bb wrote

Haha! I’m starting to think that this is your car. Glad to see that you were up all night thinking up this reply. Have a great day


sxswnxnw t1_itl5vkn wrote

Surprise, more incorrect assumptions.