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Right I'm rather peed off with people being stupid narrow minded… - Keeper of the Cages
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Right I'm rather peed off with people being stupid narrow minded little f*wits.

Geeze how petty can you get. Sticking notes on peoples windscreens to say the following...

"Why dont you + your family park your cars on your (should be double underlined, but I don't know how to do that!) drive, instead of on the pavement + down Buttermere Close.

IT is an offence to park on pavement.

Please park on your

own DRive, like we (double again) all doon the Estate.

Thank you."

Right so yes it's very good to leave a note and not sign it really isn't it?! I mean yes that just proves that you want to help.

We have no room on our drive. We all have a car, which is totally needed seeing as my parents work different sides of Warrington and work different hours, so it wouldn't help if they shared a car. I work in Runcorn, which no one goes near and I'd never manage all my college courses if I didn't have a car. Finally my Brother has a car to get to college/work and to go visiting his girlfriend. Right so that's four cars. The drive fits 2 cars on it, so where on earth are we supposed to put the other two cars? In the trees? On the roof? tell me and I'd be quite happy to try! Actually if this person is so concerned why not let us share their drive way? It's not as if we use up the whole pavement when parking - there is ample space to walk past and if you're that bothered there is the other side of the road, it's amazing there are TWO pavements down our road! So if we parked on the road with out bothering to pull on to the pavement what would happen? People wouldn't be able to drive down the road easily. So what will this person do then I wonder?

This person must be really brave because you know putting a note on a car in the late evening (I had moved my car before I went out with Laura and Kathryn) shows how much it bothers them.
Grammer, layout and general English lessons.

Erm first of all if you are asking a question you should PUT A QUESTION MARK AT THE END OF THE SENTENCE.

Second it is only the FIRST letter of a word that is capitalised when starting a new sentence.

Missing little words means that the sentence, if read as written, makes little or no sense.

Spacing people spacing.


What a sad sad life they must lead to get worked up about cars being parked on the side of the road. IT's not like we're the only ones that do it and it's not as if we park on the bend - we park on the straight bit of the road next to our side garden - technically ours then isn't it?!

Which is better? Parking in a side road - deadend close, or on the main road? We live on the corner of the Close, but the front faces the main road. Where do you think the danger lies? And who are we hurting?

Stupid little F*wit who can't even sign their own name.

It just annoys me somthing stupid that they can be all smug about it and don't even do it in person. Maybe they have a huge driveway that they don't want to share if they confront us?

GAH now I'm going to read some thing good, before I go to bed as they've annoyed me so.

Current Mood: angry angry
Current Music: Beethoven's 5th

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From: jigglyfrog Date: January 5th, 2005 01:13 am (UTC) (Link)
Cars, goods vehicles not exceeding 1525kg unladen, invalid carriages and motorcycles may be parked without lights on a road (or lay-by) with a speed limit of 30 mph or less if they are
at least 10 metres (32 feet) away from any junction, close to the kerb and facing in the direction of the traffic flow
in a recognised parking place or lay-by. Other vehicles and trailers, and all vehicles with projecting loads, MUST NOT be left on a road at night without lights.
Law RVLR reg 24

http://www.highwaycode.gov.uk/22.shtml

Show them it, my love. So long as you're facing down the road and aren't on the pavement... they can sod off. No one gets nicked for parking there, though. Why does it bother them? You aren't in the way, are you?
jazzbandmusic From: jazzbandmusic Date: January 5th, 2005 11:34 pm (UTC) (Link)
Well exactly. I mean do they go down all the road and put little notes on all the other cars that are doing it? Have they done it to the ones on Townfield lane?

I mean which is more dangerous and in the way? Buttermere or Townfield lane & Grasmere? You've seen how those are haven't you.

The thing that really ticks me off about it is that they couldn't even be bothered to sign it.

And what if I hadn't noticed it before I drove off? How dangerous would it have been whilst driving in the rain to suddenly turn the wipers on and see this thing slide right over my vision and stick there?

sorry I'm going to have to post this as a post 'cos I'm still annoyed!
From: jigglyfrog Date: January 6th, 2005 10:37 am (UTC) (Link)
The one after the corner at the top. Is that Townfield?
jazzbandmusic From: jazzbandmusic Date: January 6th, 2005 11:40 pm (UTC) (Link)
Townfield is the one you drive down oneside of no matter which direction you are heading as they park on the sides.

IOW - the one at the top!
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