Entitled Parking Jerkoffs: Space Hogs
Space hogging and sharing – entitled parking jerkoffs?
Hoboken411 reader Luis got an inside look at what happens quite frequently in Hoboken: “Creative space hogging.”
“If anyone has any doubt that Hoboken is full of entitled jerkoffs, look at this parking trickery. There are two tight spots at 13th and Bloomfield. One of these two cars always parks to block both spots to “save” a spot for the other car. When the second car needs it, they pull up enough to fit both. Then they pull back to block anyone else from being to park for the rest of the day and night. These are our neighbors in the Applied buildings. We are onto them and it is a crappy thing to do.”
Is space hogging a city survival skill?
I guess since there’s no “law” that dictates how you legally park (as long as it’s not on the yellow or stupid red curb), and no lines to clearly define what a “spot” is, they can get away with it.
In the end – would you call this a jerkoff maneuver? Or just enterprising citizens trying to maintain a little bit of an advantage in a town looking to rip you off at every opportunity?
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