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Ridikzappa 12:41 Wed Feb 5
Street-side Parking Outside Houses
You have no legal ownership to the street side parking outside your house so don’t be giving me the evil eye when I park there every week day on the school run.

W8nkers all of them.

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Iron Duke 8:31 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
What about those people who put a sign outside their house saying “no turning”? Why are they so precious about the space of pavement in front of their house that they won’t even allow someone to turn? It’s not as if you have to go up their driveway.

Madness.

Jim C 7:20 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
My next door enighbour thinks she is the traffic police. She demands that "residents only" park outside our row and any visitors should go further down the road. She took in a parcel for us the other day and when I saw her she would not stop ranting about all the "selfish people".

The next day her daughter and grandchild came round, I bet you can't guess where they parked.

Nurse Ratched 7:16 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
Can't put my finger on it. I certainly don't mean it to be derogatory!

lab 7:13 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
type ..... attractive , divorced the ol man got the house and a nice motor?

Nurse Ratched 7:10 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
...well I haven't noticed them walking funny...

Fivetide 7:08 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
Farmers?

Nurse Ratched 7:04 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
I can tell within a few minutes of meeting a woman that she drives a 4x4. They are a 'type'.

madhammerette 6:50 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
My pet hate.
Every morning 4x4's gridlocking the school road. Always arguments when yummy mummy's inevitably can't reverse and often ends with somebody howling expletives.
The kids land in school with a breakfast of exhaust fumes and profanities ringing in their ears.

A few parents were looking to set up a campaign closing the school road during rush hour but then there was kick back from neighbouring roads who would inherit the over spill.

Next door neighbour but one drops her kids in by car. It's literally a 5 mins walk. In the same breath she has expressed her confusion as to why she isn't losing weight.

violator 11:14 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
There's a house down my road and they have put a sign on their wall saying "no parking disabled access" and of course no cunt takes any notice as its not an official council sign I imagine, and I reckon they must be running out of paper to put on windscreens

lowermarshhammer 12:21 Thu Feb 6
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Joe Royal 1200

I often use the Just Park app. Pay a few quid and park on someone's drive for a few hours. Can be really handy if you find a spot in a road a few moments from a ground.

Went to Bristol last year, my space 30 seconds walk from the ground and some fucker has blocked access to the empty drive that I've booked.

Property owner was good as gold and pointed out a neighbouring house that was up for sale and empty and helped out with a windscreen note explaining all with his phone number on it so all good. Doubt the selfish bastard will be blocking that drive again. Drive owner was sitting on his wall awaiting his return when I went back to my car. Looking vexed.

joe royal 12:00 Thu Feb 6
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses


Jasnik 10:31 Wed Feb 5

Apparently you can as long as there isn’t a car in the drive.

gank 11:39 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
I live near a school. People use my road as a car park all the time. Often I work from home but have to get to meetings at short notice, any time of day.

My only rule is not to smash car windows with women or kids in the car.

lowermarshhammer 11:05 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
End of my close, space enough for 6 cars to park.

Routinely backwards autistic dyspraxic cretins with the spatial awareness of a fat mess at an all you can eat buffet will render it suitable for just 3 or 4.

I politely point out the errors of their ways and normally they stop parking like cunts for about three days until they just can't help themselves and revert to parking like the lobotomized fuckwits that they are.

Cunts.

Gun.

Wall.

Better world.

Jasnik 10:31 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
I thought you were not allow to park over someone driveway?

Vexed 10:30 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
If you have to drive your kid to school then you probably haven't spent enough on your house you cheap bastard.

Mike Oxsaw 10:25 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
The centre of Den Haag has electric bollards strategically placed around it. Absolutely no private vehicles whatsoever.

Taxis have an electronic pass, I assume emergency vehicles have a built-in transponder. Access is a bit like using an Oyster Card on the Tube, I guess, so it can be centrally revoked if abused.

A series of those at each end of problem streets would kill the problem dead.

charleyfarley 10:24 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
Antonio never has a problem.

Bungo 10:02 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
Fivetide 12:42 Wed Feb 5

*Stands up clapping at best Zoltaneering on here for a while*

I have a great solution. Son #2 owns a Clio. He's at university where there is no parking, so Clio is permanently parked (considerately) outside my house, stopping knobs who might otherwise block some of my driveway from parking there.

Queens Fish Bar 10:01 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
If theres no dropped kerb then can get done for driving on the pavement.

ray winstone 2:47 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
My mum lives in Billericay on a main road near an industrial estate, the offices there don't have enough parking for their staff so they started parking half on the pavement on the main road causing uproar amongst the residents who are all pensioners plus it's on a main bus route.
Anyway, after 18 months of lobbying the council a nice big juicy yellow line has appeared in the last week or so all is now resolved although fuck knows where the workers are parking now......

ironsofcanada 12:51 Wed Feb 5
Re: Street-side Parking Outside Houses
An inch too close to a fire hydrant is one another of my favourites.

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