Friday, April 18, 2008

Now That's What I Call LAZINESS

I was just as WalMart, and as I was looking for a place to park, the car in the closest parking space to the building (other than the handi-capped spaces) started to pull out. Now, I am not one of those folks that will circle a parking lot looking for the most optimal space, and will sit there and watch people walking out to their cars, just so I can take their space. On the whole, I think that's a bit silly. What's a few more feet to walk? However, if the opportunity presents itself, I will park in as good a space as I can get. Anyway, I was just about to pull into another space, much farther back, in the same lane as the great-space car was. But, as he was pulling out, I figured "Hey, it's my lucky day, I'll park there." Well, the person in the exact next space to Mr. Great-Space started to pull out too.
"Wow!" I thought, "two of them." As soon as Great-Space pulled out, the guy from the space right next to him took his spot. I just laughed at that doof, and parked in his spot. Can you imagine, reparking to gain one space?! Okay, whatever!

9 comments:

lizS said...

i've seen people do that too! silliness!

Bruce said...

how many spaces would make it worth wile?

timpani76 said...

At least 6

Brad Carter said...

I like sitting in the best spot with my backup lights on while I eat lunch, just to see how long cars will wait for me to move before giving up.

timpani76 said...

That's funny Brad. Cruel. But funny.

Bruce said...

i am totally going to have to do that.

Dana Cheryl said...

Wouldn't your foot get tired holding the brake down?

Shamill said...

A parking brake is such a wonderful thing. I've actually done it once or twice for a few minutes myself just to torcher the locals...

Dana Cheryl said...

Oh is that what a parking brake is for? Oh my goodness... I thought it was just for parking on hills. Of course it took me ages to figure out how to adjust my mirrors!