Wait Montana, are you really still to blame? Nope

Listen, I’m just as guilty as anyone when it comes to being very annoyed by terrible parkers. I’m still staring at the license plate and rolling my eyes thinking, “who even parks like that. GAWD”.

Photo by Chris Mok || @cr.mok on Unsplash
Photo by Chris Mok || @cr.mok on Unsplash

Here is the predicament I find myself in, I was having a salad the other day at the place that has THE BEST ranch (in my opinion) The Club Tavern and as I am leaving I see someone parked like a full cart . At first, I think, “maybe they just arrived quickly”. Not at all the case.

So I do what all fools do and take a picture, because that’s what we do these days. Video and taking pictures is the world we live in. And I admit it, I’m guilty.

So let me know if you think that bothers you too.

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I mean, there’s not even a parking space near this person. In fact, the sidewalk is the end of parking spaces. . . so it’s a dead giveaway that you are clearly parking in the wrong place.

I blacked out the plate, but yeah, that person is from Montana. Now how long they’ve been living here, I have no idea. I will say there was NO 6 at the beginning of the plate numbers.

Photo by Jimmy Ofisia on Unsplash
Photo by Jimmy Ofisia on Unsplash

So someone PLEASE help me understand how someone A) parked like this B) got out of their vehicle and STILL didn’t realize they parked like a fool and C) thought “oh well” and continued. SMH

I’m just asking in the hope of getting some sort of clarity.

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