WanderingTrolley · 04/03/2007 11:31
For years I have managed to get children from a car to a buggy to a shop without any of us getting hurt, mashed or squished.
It takes very little skill.
It is a car park, not Beirut ffs. You are going shopping, not skirting death.
I don't get peed orf with p&t threads but I really don't get the tirade of ire P&T parking space ettiquette creates.
luceymay · 04/03/2007 21:17
I have no desire to be close to the supermarket, I would be more than happy to walk from one end of a car park to the other for P&C parking. The only thing I prefer is the width of the space. Trying to squeeze children out of a largish car in an average size car space can be problematic to say the least. So therefore it does irratate me when builders etc park in P&C parking. Also in our local supermarket the P&C parking is closer to the store than the disabled??? Figure that out....
DontlookatmeImshy · 04/03/2007 21:26
I think the underlying problem is that it's not that parents NEED parking spaces so much as the inconsiderate me-me-me attitude prevelant in todays society of people who park in these spaces just because they're too selfish/lazy etc to walk a few extra yards that makes people so irate about the whole thing.
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