Hey Asshole, that's a handicapped parking space.
Sadly, these people are painfully aware they are in a handicapped spot, since they own one of the businesses in this building. They park here nearly every day at some point, because they can’t be bothered to walk an extra 10 feet. Grrr

Sadly, these people are painfully aware they are in a handicapped spot, since they own one of the businesses in this building. They park here nearly every day at some point, because they can’t be bothered to walk an extra 10 feet. Grrr

Today’s Lazy Asshole #2. In such a hurry to cram hot dogs into her face, she couldn’t be bothered to park one more space over (it was empty.)  No handicapped plate, no mirror hanger, no respect for other people. Just another self absorbed, better than you, douchebag.

Today’s Lazy Asshole #2. In such a hurry to cram hot dogs into her face, she couldn’t be bothered to park one more space over (it was empty.)  No handicapped plate, no mirror hanger, no respect for other people. Just another self absorbed, better than you, douchebag.

Lazy asshole #1.  No handicap plate, no mirror hanger, and best of all… she backed in to the space and double parked… I guess she’s hoping to make a quick getaway after her hubby comes back from the money store.

Lazy asshole #1.  No handicap plate, no mirror hanger, and best of all… she backed in to the space and double parked… I guess she’s hoping to make a quick getaway after her hubby comes back from the money store.

This is a handicapped parking spot. Lots of non-handicapped self-important assholes think it’s their divine right to park in it because they are lazy or in a hurry. I own the business directly in front of this handicapped spot. When I see someone park there with no handicapped plates or mirror cards, it pisses me off. Even more so when my  actual handicapped customers have to park further down as a result of their lazy arrogance.The tables and chairs aren’t ours either. Those belong to the geniuses next door who don’t think a handicapped person might need a little extra room to get in and out of their car.

This is a handicapped parking spot. Lots of non-handicapped self-important assholes think it’s their divine right to park in it because they are lazy or in a hurry. I own the business directly in front of this handicapped spot. When I see someone park there with no handicapped plates or mirror cards, it pisses me off. Even more so when my  actual handicapped customers have to park further down as a result of their lazy arrogance.

The tables and chairs aren’t ours either. Those belong to the geniuses next door who don’t think a handicapped person might need a little extra room to get in and out of their car.