We’ve been getting so many submissions for Douchebag of the Day handicapped spot parkers it’s hard to even keep up. We’ll publish as many as we can, the more egregious the better. Priority goes to people who have pictures of the people who actually parked there as well. Here’s one from the Cumberland Farms in County Square, Attleboro.
That’s her walking out. I told her why I was taking the picture and she called me a fat loser, faggot, and told me to get a life. She got in her car with her Mom and her 2 year old in the backseat, rolled down the window and called me a faggot again.
I feel like these cretins park in the striped handicapped spots because they can play dumb and say, “I didn’t realize that was the handicapped spot.” Bullshit. You known damn well you can’t park in places that have yellow lines on them. Parking spots have two lines on the outside that you slip your car into. You parked there because you’re a lazy queef with no regards for people in wheelchairs who need that area to lower their ramps and get out of their vans.
This is an area that’s pretty close to Central Falls and Pawtucket, so my first guess was she slithered in from Rhode Island. But as you can see she’s got Mass plates, 877 RHF. Calling all RMV, tow truck, or any other turtle riders who wanna run this one for us and let us know the name of the individual who thought that parking in a handicapped spot was OK.
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