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15/07/2009 at 13:30
Why oh why do some people who have neither children or any form of disibility feel the need to park in parent and child spaces???????????????
I am soooooo sick of these lazy,disrespectful idiots,who when politely questioned by their selfish actions-feel the need to swear and shout. Wrong,they have picked wrong person to swear at with me.
I have been left fuming this morning after doing weekly shop,at least 6 ordinary spaces 160yards away from store entrance but no-one woman of about 50 parks in parent and child-I politely enquired why had she just parked there when she had no child?
Firstly I got f##k off,then mind your own business!!! Sorry no I can't,while there are abusive angry lazy arses in the world like yourself my dear there will be angry justice seeking do-gooders like me.
Shocked myself with my language(boys were in car at this point!) followed her hurling abuse,never have I seen someone go that red,or indeed walk that quickly.
Lucky for her kids were with me or she'd have had an escort round supermarket. AAAAARRRGGGHHH
What is the matter with people,why are some people so god damn selfish and egotistic?
Think I may have to start on-line shopping,jus for blood pressure!
Rant over-and relax
15/07/2009 at 16:53
i have a similar rant, as a non driver my issue is with TROLLEYS!!!!
asda charges £1 THAT YOU GET BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! for all the 'normal' trolleys, now when i visit i need a baby and toddler seat one, thats free or if im in the evening i need a carseat one, also free, and there is NEVER any.... because theyre free, so one week i went storming into customer services and calmly pointed out if all the trolleys were free this wouldnt happen (like at tesco sainsburys etc) a very kind man went and found me a trolley and after SIX weeks of the same thing happening im shopping online, i have a friend who taxis and keeps my baby seats so i can shop with the two kids, hes a star but i cant because of these selfish old cows, and yes theyre all old women or even young women all the same its never a man??????
I had some snooty b*tch yell at me wheres your kids?? once when a friend took me and i turned round jack in carseat HUGE bump and went, pardon?? she dissapeared quickly! haha
ALso got yelled at in m+s lift today, some old lady, a bloke asked what floor i needed i said 2, and she screeched Well you can bloody wait im going down, to which i replied, im not a rude old lady i had no intention of making you wait, i then pressed her level first then mine , she mutters 'bitch' so i shout at her i pressed you level first you ignorant nasty old cow!!! and which point jack pipes up, nasty and points at her, she got to her floor witha huge sign she mutteredd at last so i calmly said jack say bye bye to the nasty old bat, and told him how some people have NO manners and arent worth our time of day, i was sossoososososososo angry!
15/07/2009 at 21:15
I hear ya Laura-don't you just love the lift users who could walk upstairs or use escalators?!!!!
Lazy lazy arses. Always mouth at them too. I'm making out I'm a right nark when I'm out an about-it's no joke I am!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hate people who think the world owes them a living-naff off you aint the only one with needs on this planet. Good for jack pointing at her! God only knows what Tom would say if he actually heard what my response is to most
15/07/2009 at 22:09
you 2 have just made my day have have had a right giggle reading then
i do aggre with the parent bays we park in the (did park in them)as my youngest has adhd so is a little git near roads then one day cuz we dont have a car seat in the car we got a parkin ticket so we are going to court on this one as i dont find it fair
another thing that gets up my noise id why do disabled people get to park in then and we are not allowed to park in a disabled bay that really gets up my noise
hope you are both ok
15/07/2009 at 22:27
im good thanx jade, jacks two tomorow!
I had the same arguement in tesco, some old man parked in baby space so we pulled into disabled and got yelled at!
15/07/2009 at 22:44
Had a barney with one of the neighbours over parking last week.We live in a street with controlled parking.Parking permits only our side but ,due to a mistake with road markings on the otherside of the road is free for all,despite plates up saying permit holders only.
We didn't have a permit so we park the other side of the road,as close to the house as possible cos I've three babies to carry in as the roads's really busy and dangerous.Anyway this silly bint who lives all but opposite me comes out,excuse me but would you not park outside my house cos I have a one year old and a ten year old and had to park all the way down there.....well lets see.Do I say never mind sweetie,I'll ignore the space right outside yours and incidentally my house and park down the road and cart my three babies,plus a 4 year old with ASD likely to run in the road,plus three more up to my house.I said yes I have a one year old too to which she said well you know what it's like then.Well yes,that and more.I have three under two and a half and four more besides,and on a public road parking is free for all and if I see a space opposite my house,I'll park in it.She actually looked like she was going to cry and for a moment I felt guilty,but I think it's perfectly reasonable.She has a permit so can now park on my side,I didn't have one so couldn't.She tried to say I needed a permit to park there ,she obviously doesn't know the restrictions are invalid.She went back inside,I did the school run,she'd made us late by then,and when I got back she'd moved her car from wherever it was to outside her house.I don't deliberately think,ooh let annoy that person,lets park outside her house,she just happens to live opposite.
Anyway I suspect she's been onto the council,the road markings are being corrected.I bought a permit this afternoon,but what a spoilt brat ,thinks a child and a baby means others have to make excuses or allowances for you.Gets no sympathy from me
Sorry that was my turn to rant.She really p***ed me off.
15/07/2009 at 23:15
15/07/2009 at 23:56
16/07/2009 at 07:36
16/07/2009 at 08:34
16/07/2009 at 09:30
Oue nearest Asda used to have some gadget that went off as you parked in disabled spaces,a voice asking if you really need to park there.Never seen one on a baby space.Doesn't stop people parking there,but would hopefully make them think or shame them,or at least draw attention to what they're doing.
Can't remember the last time we took the kids to the supermarket,they don't do trollies big enough
16/07/2009 at 17:32
16/07/2009 at 21:17
Yeah,how come we can't park in disabled? I wouldn't like I have got 2 workin legs and only 2 kids but they park in our allocated spaces-some people have disabled badges for nowt to do with walking or gettin in an out of cars.
I really get mad with people who abuse priveledges-Where I live,very quiet cul-de-sac,there are loads of oap's,mainly bungalows on the street,and a few are disabled,I try very hard not to park near there house,but as Jo pointed out,if you've both got needs and it's safer to be by your house,I will park there so I can get the lads in safely. Obviously you expect same courtesy in return-do you get it-DO YOU B^*+~S!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Obviously no-one cares about anyone else these days!
16/07/2009 at 21:46
i hope that doesnt go to far paula thats terrible!!!
well i know this might seem petty but in my street theres possibly less than half the amount of parking spaces needed and one bloke up the road has a disabled spot painted outside his house, and got a young mum taken to court as her front wheels were in his spot (its a huge spot far bigger than needed for his little grumpy old git car) and AND he jogs every evening!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
oh and as for people who dont need it andrews brothers diabetic and they get disabled badges!
16/07/2009 at 22:07
Heard it all now!!!!!! Oh my god I'd let that freaks tyres down whilst he jogged-or video him and send it to dept work and pensions.
Please don't get me started on claiming benefits when you aint supposed to-I need an early night!!!!!!!!!
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