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    This is seriously the world's most pathetic first world problem. It's a car park. Get over it (pwp, not disabled paeks). Seriously if you've got so little to worry about in your life that you are inspecting who parks in the pwp parks and are writing notes to leave on car windows then how about you just be grateful that that is your biggest worry in life.
    I hate the things...they just cause unnecessary car park rage because apparently having a baby makes.you incapable of walking. If the pwp car parks are taken and it is a tight car parking lot with no room to make it safe to get the pram out then park further away and use the legs you were born with to walk. If someone parked there and they don't have kids then they maybe theu have a reason that marks the closer car park convenient for them, or maybe that just don't give a crap. Who freaking cares.....
    OP yes it is fine to use the park if you're using a trolley and not a pram.
    To those who have made popcorn and been waiting...you're welcome.
    To those who are going to get their knickers in a knot and tell me I don't know what it is like I have three kids less than 4 years apaprt in age and was running all our errands, including a full grocery shop each week all on my own. I have spent so long getting my kids out of the car that the person who pulled in next to me after me had been to the shop, got what they wanted and left.again. I know what it is like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Areca View Post
    This is seriously the world's most pathetic first world problem. It's a car park. Get over it (pwp, not disabled paeks).
    So if you care so little about this topic why are you looking at this forum?

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    And on my phone so excuse the 100 typos.

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    Isn't it more like a parent with baby who is still old enough to need a pram park? :-) that's how I interpret it...I have a pram and small children with me therefore an ntitled to use the park I got absolutely p***ed off when a two seat Porsche convertible was parked in one the other day and I had to use a regular one. Hope the kids getting in and it of the car next to him smashed their doors into his car. Haha. Vindictive and evil I know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrysanthemum View Post
    So if you care so little about this topic why are you looking at this forum?
    Because I'm really bored and I find grown women behaving like children over a car park hilarious. You probably won't appreciate my.honesty but there it is.
    I am going to bed now so you are safe in here but if I park in a pwp park for whatever reason tickles my fancy and someone questions me on my reasoms I'm going to tell you to get a life and if I get a note on my window I'm going to share it with all my fb friends and laugh at the bored housewife who thinks I actuall give a crap.

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    but why do we think we need special spots just because a baby popped out of our bits?

    I totally get disabled and senior parking..these make sense. But parent parking? why?

    wheeling a pram is not hard. in fact its easier then dragging a toddler across a car park...
    most car parks have an exit at most, 2 mins walk away from any spot..can we really not walk 2 mins?
    are all drivers out to get us? and ram us?

    They are a marketing tool. most are not actually any bigger.

    Instead of being all judgy mcwudgy...park further and have a walk, it may help with anger management.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Areca View Post
    if I park in a pwp park for whatever reason tickles my fancy and someone questions me on my reasoms I'm going to tell you to get a life and if I get a note on my window I'm going to share it with all my fb friends and laugh at the bored housewife who thinks I actuall give a crap.
    And if the tearaway child with ASD, or the pram that can't be parked safely, or the exhausted mother of twins get hit by a car in that carpark when you have taken the pwp park without your kids in tow, I hope that karma comes back to bite you.

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    Maybe its a safety thing. Kids and carparks prob arent a good mix. The closer to the shops the better. Whats wrong with making life easier and safer for the disabled, elderly and the young? After all arent they the most vunerable in the community?

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    I think they should get rid of all PWP spots personally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrysanthemum View Post
    And if the tearaway child with ASD, or the pram that can't be parked safely, or the exhausted mother of twins get hit by a car in that carpark when you have taken the pwp park without your kids in tow, I hope that karma comes back to bite you.
    oh god you are kidding yeah?

    the only blame would lie with the loser who drove around the carpark fast enough to hit a kid.

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