We did a douchebag handicapped parker submission from Worcester earlier this week. The person who parked there turned out to be some 64 year old woman who has had a handicapped placard in the past, so we gave them a break even though they parked like a complete asshole. I feel much more confident we’ll get a hit on this one:
Saw this at Taco Bell in Methuen. The dude was sitting there for at least 10 minutes and I didn’t see a handicap placard on the dash or anything. When I pulled in to the drive thru no one was in there (the Hummer), after I got my food there was a white dude in the driver’s seat. It was probably about 10 minutes total that I was there. Love your work.
Like we’ve said before, we now get dozens of these submissions every week, so we try to shame as many dumpsterpuds as possible. But we can be picky, and this guy is a dick tickler extraordinaire who earned his way onto the blog. He’s driving a vehicle of war, despite being able bodied and having no placard, and took a spot from a handicapped person because he didn’t wanna walk 15 more feet to get fast food. Also, what the hell is “White Ghost?” Isn’t white the default color of ghosts?
License plate – 17N 410. Can we get a read on that one? I have a good feeling about this one.
P.S. Unpopular opinion – Hummers are the pit bulls of cars. They’re not necessarily bad in and of themselves, and people who own them aren’t necessarily bad, but the people who own them tend to be terrible at a much higher rate than the general population.
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