AO Platinum Member
Join Date: May 2013
County: Phnom Penh
I live at the end of a cul-de-sac. If you park outside my house you clutter up the turning area. Because of this, if people are coming to my house, I park my car across the road leaving the drive free. Why then, do people who visit my house park across the empty drive blocking it, and the street, and partially the neighbours' drives? Why do people who come to my neighbours block my drive whilst leaving free access to the people they have come to visit? In what world does this make sense? YOU'VE COME TO SEE THEM, THEY ARE HARDLY LIKELY TO ****ING GO OUT ARE THEY? I, ON THE OTHER HAND, MIGHT. IN FACT I PROBABLY WILL, PURELY TO GIVE MYSELF A BREAK FROM STANDING AT THE WINDOW MUTTERING ABOUT WHAT WINKERS PEOPLE ARE.
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