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    Whoever wrote it was a tool.

    I saw a non car seated car park there the other day at my local, i felt a twinge of annoyance cos it was a young Couple who just couldn't be bothered parking further away. Would i write a note...no.

    But recently i had some jerk park so close to me in a car park that i couldn't actually open the door wide enuf to get my kid in...i was ****ing furious cos i had to leave my kid in the pram next to the car, get in the other side to climb into the drivers seat, drive out a few metres and then get out and put her in...it was dangerous...i didnt leave a letter but i left a half empty leaking wendys milkshake on thier car roof.

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    I think they should turn them all into disabled car spaces - but widen them up first.
    PWP spots only encourage angry, self entitled people to write notes and ruin someone's day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztik View Post
    Personally I feel it's probably safer for someone with a toddler who wants to walk to use a PWP spot!
    Exactly. My DD is 3 and hates holding hands - I hate walking her through a busy carpark!

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    I cant believe someone would actually take the time to write that.

    Also the thing that annoys me is when assholes park too close to my car and I cant even get DS out! There is clearly a huge carseat in there and a kid window shade. Twice I have had to put him in the other door awkwardly because people in massive 4WD's cant park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfblady72 View Post
    Whoever wrote it was a tool.

    I saw a non car seated car park there the other day at my local, i felt a twinge of annoyance cos it was a young Couple who just couldn't be bothered parking further away. Would i write a note...no.

    But recently i had some jerk park so close to me in a car park that i couldn't actually open the door wide enuf to get my kid in...i was ****ing furious cos i had to leave my kid in the pram next to the car, get in the other side to climb into the drivers seat, drive out a few metres and then get out and put her in...it was dangerous...i didnt leave a letter but i left a half empty leaking wendys milkshake on thier car roof.
    A note is far less tool-ish than leaving a leaking beverage on someones car roof.

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    I also always thought it was for parents with younger children ( as in younger than school age).

    On a side note the notes appallingly written

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    I also always thought it was for parents with younger children ( as in younger than school age).

    On a side note the notes appallingly written
    I think it looks like a child younger than school age wrote it

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    hmmm.... Id much ratger a rude note left on my car than a leaking beverage. that'd p!ss me off more than the note.

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    I can't believe someone would write such a rude note.

    Clearly shopping centers need to create one more courtesy park category - 'SSR'. Parking to appease the Smugly Self-Righteous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WineTime View Post
    A note is far less tool-ish than leaving a leaking beverage on someones car roof.
    And your point is?

    Yep i was a tool but i was also a mum who was forced by someones else's
    stupidity to put my kid in danger so pardon me for a moment of maternal pettiness. Seriously resent your comment actually

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