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User avatar #8 - McorncakeM (08/01/2013) [-]
my next door neighbor has no parking signs in front of his house and he parks his car in the street in front of my driveway but on the other side of the street and every year when I get my fifth wheel out of storage His car prevents me from backing it up in the driveway. Coincidentally his car gets towed every year.
User avatar #60 to #8 - fukkentyranitar ONLINE (08/01/2013) [-]
Sooooo...you couldn't ask him to simply move his car, or you're too much of a skittish pussy to ask?
#44 to #8 - bknob (08/01/2013) [-]
You sound like my neighbor who calls the city to get cars who park in front of a park garden across our street, towed.
You sound like my neighbor who calls the city to get cars who park in front of a park garden across our street, towed.
User avatar #21 to #8 - subaqueousreach (08/01/2013) [-]
The guy in the picture is justified.

You on the other hand are just an asshole.
User avatar #63 to #21 - McorncakeM (08/01/2013) [-]
If he's so justified, why do the police allow the tow truck driver to take his car? You'd think that if he isn't hurting anyone of if he's not blocking my driveway that he'd just tell him to leave it right?
User avatar #107 to #63 - subaqueousreach (08/02/2013) [-]
I was saying the guy in the picture who called the towing company was justified because the silver car was parked right in front of his driveway. Completely blocking it. That's illegal and he deserved to get towed.

The guy you keep getting towed sounds like he's just parking on the street in front of HIS house and isn't in any real way obstructing your driveway unless you pull out your 5th wheel. Any reason that can't wait until you're on the street by the way? Why ruin the poor guys day because you're a lazy ******** ?
User avatar #109 to #107 - McorncakeM (08/03/2013) [-]
I live just before a court, and he technically lives on it, with the big open space in front of him. He has "no parking" signs on the corners of his property so he cant park in front of his own house. He puts his car directly at the end of my drive way, as in if I drove out straight I'd hit it.. The street is only about three car widths wide so having the court to the south of my driveway give the space I need to maneuver the fifth wheel into the driveway. I would hit his car if it was sitting there. And its gone past asking the guy to move it. We've had a long history with him being a complete douche to everyone in the neighborhood, including verbal harassment of my son. So every year when I have to move the thing I ask him to move his car and every year he says no and curses me out and slams his door in my face. I then call the towing company to take his car because he is technically blocking my driveway and he then calls the cops. They tell him he should have moved it and that I have every right to have it towed. So before you make assumption without knowing 90% of the story, on who's the "poor guy" and who's the "lazy **** hole" ask a ******* question.
User avatar #20 to #8 - slugnugget (08/01/2013) [-]
Their is so much wrong that you ******* jerk off.
#19 to #8 - anon (08/01/2013) [-]
If he's parked in front of your driveway but on the other side of the street, then he's not ******* parked "directly" in front of your driveway. If you can get your car/truck out normally on every other day, then there's no problem, but he shouldn't have to get into **** because your lazy antisocial neckbearded ass can't be bothered to endure any form of social interaction for more than a few seconds while you simply ask him to move his vehicle while you take out/put back your 5th wheel. It's not like you take the thing out every ******* day either, the dude shouldn't have to avoid parking his car in front f his house across from your driveway on the off-chance you MIGHT take your ******* trailer out on a certain day.
User avatar #61 to #19 - McorncakeM (08/01/2013) [-]
Oh you think I haven't asked him? I ask him every year and the answer is always No. **** me right?
User avatar #16 to #8 - iambartichello (08/01/2013) [-]
why do'n't you just go ask him to move his car for a bit?..
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