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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 15:55 PM   41
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oh no another argument. lol. No one should park in a mother and child space unless they have a child with them, and by child I mean one that takes extra space to load and unload (car seats, prams, buggies etc) and not an 11 year old simple as, just as noone should park in a disabled bay unless they have a blue badge. Also before you park in one of these spaces think of the parent who has a child in a trolley and has to leave the trolley with said child in at the rear of the car while they unlock the car while they haven't got the extra space to wheel the trolley next to the car out of the mercy of prats in "sports cars!!".

oh and I would rather my Audi A6 S-line got scratched than my child or anyone elses!!!!!!!!!!!!




 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 15:58 PM   42
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oh and I missed a bit out..if you are dismayed by the lack of space and barely have enough room to get in and out, imagine getting a baby seat and changing bag out then!!



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 15:58 PM   43
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i really dont agree with daddkins's point, but i would like to offer a suggestion that wouldnt p off parents/disabled ppl. a friend of mine has a v expensive car & always parks over 2 spaces! right in the middle! whilst i was annoyed & shouted at him 4 it: id b much more annoyed if he'd taken up parent or disabled space! this should obviously only b done when there are loads of free spaces tho! id never do this, n 2b honest he's a bit of a dick! but there u go! lol!

i always use the parents spaces when with travis. its not the location of the spaces that i like: its that i can actually open the door wide enough to fet a car seat out!
OT @ But OMG how big is your dog
Hope he/she doesn't share the bed



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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:04 PM   44
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@ Kate.m I love your doggy too xxxxxxxx



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:07 PM   45
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I have no problem with telling people exactly how I feel about them parking in the spaces without children.

And if I'm ever in a car park and I see a dickhead car with a single, childless bloke prancing off into a shop, I'm a hell of lot less careful when it comes to where my pushchair or trolley is going!


If you go to any supermarket car park, 90% of the time, there are hundreds of spaces right at the back where no one wants to park. I'd suggest leaving your silly little car in one of those spaces.



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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:08 PM   46
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It is absolutely unbelievable that someone would think because they drive an "expensive" car they are entitled to park in a disabled or P&C parking space. I don't care if a store put in "too many" disabled spaces by mistake - they are still disabled spaces and you are not disabled. PERIOD. You paid a lot of money for your car, good for you. If you paid so much money that you are THAT worried about the car getting dinged and scratched, maybe you should have saved yourself the worrying and bought a less expensive car.
I'm sorry, I usually try to avoid arguments on here, but this is the most unbelievable post I've seen on here! What a sense of entitlement! I drive a nice SUV. It was not cheap by any means. That doesn't give me the right to park in spots I don't belong in.
If you are not disabled, there is NO excuse for parking in a disabled spot. If you do not have a child with you, there is NO excuse for parking in a P&C spot. End of story.



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:12 PM   47
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Well said peanut



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:13 PM   48
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ha ha ha... If any of these ladies live near daddykins, he better look out next time he's in tesco!!!



they may be heading his way xxxx



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:16 PM   49
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ha ha ha... If any of these ladies live near daddykins, he better look out next time he's in tesco!!!



they may be heading his way xxxx
He really should've blurred the reg plate in that picture shouldn't he



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Old Jan 22nd, 2011, 16:16 PM   50
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ha ha ha... If any of these ladies live near daddykins, he better look out next time he's in tesco!!!



they may be heading his way xxxx
I bet a few of them have taken a note of his number plate!!



 
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