September 15, 2008 3:48pm CST
We have a new neighbour on the block. I have always parked in the same spot since I moved in. Lately we have a new neighbour and the first morning he had parked so close to my bumper that I had to push his little piece of crap back with my car so I could get out of my spot to go to work. Luckily I drive an old large car and moving a small car with my bumper isn't hard. He must have noticed he was pushed back and in the neighbours driveway when he came out! The next day I come home and there he is again! I complained to my other half and he defended the little car driver and said he had the right to park there as it was the street and anyone can park there. I agree that legally they are allowed to park there but ethically I think it is wrong. When one moves to a new neighbourhood they shouldn't take the spot that always has the same car in it. Find your own spot and if you are going to park don't block the person in. What if I wasn't obnoxious enough to push your car back? Am I supposed to be inconvenienced because you can't park? So what do you think? Am I being unreasonable? Is hubby actually right? I'd hate that!