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12 Furious Notes Left On Badly Parked Cars

Vukasin HerbezMarch 23, 2017

These are the best kind of parking tickets…

Badly parked cars, they can really get people’s backs up. Usually, the person with the badly parked car is not around for an ear bashing, and so the pen and paper are the next best option.

Parking in handicapped zones, or spaces reserved for veterans etc. infuriates folks, but these aren’t the only parking blunders. As you’ll see from today’s list, all manner of stupidity can effect the human brain while parking a car.

There’s bad parking, then there’s terrible parking, then there’s getting in to the drivers seat backwards and driving with your butt cheeks…

Like a Glove

Some of the notes included on this list are very original. Others, albeit just simply hand written, are equally as effective and furious. If only someone could be present to record the reaction of the drivers when they find the notes.

Although the people writing the parking notes are clearly furious, they often make for some golden reading. The recipients in all the cases, as far as we know, were clearly quite deserving of the notes.

Check out the the top 12 furious notes left on badly parked cars!

Short, concise and unashamedly aggressive. The person who wrote this note deserves an award of some description…

Very Specific…

Someone clearly caught this person on a very bad day. The story behind such an obviously angry note is not available. What’s clear is that whoever wrote this angry note is not a happy camper.

Extra points are awarded for the lovely font selection, clearly this man or woman is a windows XP whizz, and also for the haiku appearance of the note in general.

Worst Case Scenario

OK, so not a note in the traditional sense, but very much worth discussion. Here’s what happens when someone with enough money to own the parking lot takes up four, yes FOUR spaces.

Needless to say this driver would have been a little p*ssed when they got back. Had they just taken the time to only take up one parking space, maybe two at most, they could have avoided the jizz stained nightmare that is now their Mercedes.

Note put on red VW left in a disabled space at the Trafford Centre with no blue badge. Note read ¿Your disability must be mental. ¿I have keyed your car. Idiot!¿ .. Pic from MEN Syndication.. .. Mitchell Henry House.. Hollinwood Avenue.. Chadderton.. Oldham.. OL9 8EF.. syndication@men-news.co.uk

Ouch

Speaks for itself really. Someone who wasn’t disabled parked in a disabled spot. Not only did the driver get an angry note, but a key scratch for good measure. Unfortunately this tale might just have a sinister twist.

Had the Volkswagen driver simply forgotten their blue disabled parking badge? If so, this mean motherf*cker just keyed up a disabled persons car.

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Very horror movie style. Tippex or paint? We don’t know the answer to that question, but the sentiment is very clear…

The Keller Card

Not sure if this is aimed at Helen Keller, or signed by Helen Keller, either way it’s a killer note. The circumstances surrounding this passive aggressive graffiti tag are unclear.

Sometimes you just have to spell it out, even if it is the most simple of ideas…

Keep It Simple

By implying the driver is stupid, this instructional note gets the writer’s anger across perfectly. It is in the highway code that nobody should block a persons access to their residence.

Unfortunately not everyone knows this. You’d think common sense would prevail where road knowledge does not, but unfortunately that’s quite often not the case either.

Nice and original idea, short and concise…

Park Like You F*ck?

Something tells me yes. It’s likely this driver was taking up more than one space with their parking. Sadly these types of road users are usually repeat offenders, so lets hope the locals in their area have a good store of post it notes.

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Now that is not a pretty sight to come back to…

At Least It’s Not Sh*t

This combination of angry note and peanut butter art is the perfect pairing of emotion and artistic flair. But hey, like the heading says, it could be worse. Two for the price of one, you can never go wrong with that equation.

You know you messed up when Father Christmas himself writes a note on your car…

Santa Is P*ssed

You know you messed up when Santa leaves an angry note on your car. Looks like someone is on the naughty list this year. Maybe Saint Nick will bring this guy a copy of the highway code for Christmas.

Or just a lump of coal.

Wow! Informative, aggressive and abusive all within the space of one A4 sheet of paper…

Thunder C*nt

No beating around the bush in this one, dude tells it like it is. It’s not often you hear the term thunderc*nt thrown around, but in this case it sounds like the guys or girl had it coming.

Extra points are awarded for the informative yet abusive nature of the note, plus the link to the highway code website is simply genius.

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Clearly not disabled ey? Well bully for you for being the ultimate judge of peoples ability levels…

Plot Twist!

Appearances can be deceiving! The woman who received this note has a prosthetic leg. Oops! This is not an uncommon tale, and can be quite upsetting to the person on the wrong end of the notes.

Maybe just going and talking to the person in question is better in cases like these. Either that, or just mind your own f*cking business and stay off your cloud of judgement.

There aren’t many people around who would have the time or imagination to write such a compelling and unique note on a car. We can only assume this author is some unemployed genius…

Best. Questionnaire. Ever

The time and effort that went in to writing this angry questionnaire is truly inspiring. Whoever received this note should be proud that their levels of stupidity were countered with such a unique note.

They should also be happy that it wasn’t my drive, as they would have come back to a burnt out shell.

Uh oh! We already mentioned this earlier in the article…

Polite Anger, But Was It Misplaced?

You can never judge a book by its cover. As mentioned before, you should really be talking directly to the driver in question, rather than assuming they aren’t disabled because they aren’t dribbling or hitting themselves in the head like rainman.

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