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Saturday, January 20, 2007

Just watched...

2 girls attempt to parallel park a car downtown in a fairly large parking space. The girl who was outside guiding her friend into the spot, allowed her friend to hit the car behind her...but the best thing is that they both considered the car 'parked' at that point and walked away. I had to walk across the street to check because I could not believe that they had left the car like that but - They did. Their Honda is now practically resting on the front of some poor guy's Lexus and they left all evidence of their 'crime' there. I would have thought they would at least have pulled up but I guess that would have cut into their drinking time, after all the car is now "in the spot"

5 comments:

Lyoness said...

i hope you are not generalizing and assuming that they cannot parallel park simply because they are women. cuz you know i can parallel.

aarond said...

Re read the post - I watched them do a horrible job of parking. Not because they were women, but because they were women who could not park and hit the car behind them and left their car attached to the other car

Dr. D. said...

So, you mean dem jus lick a man cyar and lef it so!?

KJackson said...

Where they blonde?

aarond said...

Neither was blonde, and yup doc they hit it and did not even bother to run - they just left it.

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