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...and when all else fails, (not so) public shaming maybe our only hope...

Case 089.

Contributed by Hane.

I've been waiting for this for a long time. What would you do if you found your car and someone else's car parked so close like this?

When and where.. no hap again.


“Case 089.”

  1. Blogger AnakBrunei Says:

    Kacau daun kamu ani eh! These two are gupren and boipren bah... sampai kerita pun nda dapat becarai...

  2. Anonymous parkurass Says:

    white car: hmm...nice rear..
    black car: thanks...wanna do sumtin to it?
    white car:ooo...baby lemme just..ahhh...
    black car:ahhh....yes...yes....ahhh...oooh...
    white car:*sigh*

  3. Anonymous Cerempet Says:

    In Paris, this is a normal thing though

  4. Anonymous Zephyr Says:

    bumper kissing!!

  5. Blogger mogLie Says:

    anie baru ia extreme bumper 2 bumper kissing ..LOL

  6. Anonymous pianoman Says:

    Have u guys watch 'Shoalin Soccer' ?

  7. Anonymous Lina Says:

    Cerempet is right - it's absolutely normal to do this in Paris. Imagine trying to get out of a parking spot when your car's hemmed in like this back and front! You have to keep on 'nudging' the cars at both ends until you can just about squeeze out. I had to do this for years, and am an expert :) Highly stressful though, doubly so with a big car!

  8. Anonymous Anonymous Says:

    parking like this is very common in the U.K :)

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