When you're trying to get 2 kids buckled into car seats and there is someone waiting impatiently to pull into the car park right next to you when there are clearly plenty of others around....yep, that's darn annoying. I've been in the other woman's position too. I went to go right through to the front car park and there was a mother getting her kids in the car. Instead of sitting there waiting I backed up, straightened and parked in the back park. It made very little difference to me but a lot of difference to the mother.
It was her waiting and forcing me to close the passenger door to let her in, then her comment AND then her close park just tipped me over the edge all together.
AND like I said, the car park was practically empty so there was nobody around as I drove out as I wished.
Last edited by Chunkydunks; 29-05-2015 at 13:29.
I thought those small car spaces were for really small cars like hatchbacks? I could be wrong though.
I hate the feeling of being rushed when trying to put the kids into the car, and if there are other car spaces, then she should have parked there - it's common courtesy. Sorry, but I don't think there is any excuse for speeding in a car park though.
Ah I wasn't really speeding.
Just using a common phrase.
Can't go fast with all the speed bumps and barriers unfortunately.
ETA: This also happens to be one of the rare times I parked in forward. Just in case someone parked in the adjoining bay and I was using the pram so needed to be able to open the boot.
Last edited by Apple iPhart6; 29-05-2015 at 16:39.
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