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Old 12-02-2011, 11:01 PM   #43
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We had a guy do that to us once, we turned the tv on and waited him out. He sent his kids out now and then to see if we were trying to get out. We were there for breakfast but would have stayed for supper, thought about putting the awning and lawn chairs out. Apparently his little joke wore thin on him as he left about an hour later and we waved as he got in his car. We stayed for a cup of coffee just for the heck of it. I figure we are in the right vehicle to wait it out!

I think if that happened to me in the motorhome I would have to disconnect the toad and park it close to the other side if his car, pull the motorhome up close and relax.
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Old 12-02-2011, 11:06 PM   #44
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I always park so no one can do that to me. Plus I can back up a couple feet even with the toad on.
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Old 12-04-2011, 06:37 PM   #45
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I don't think responding with the same behavior (if said behavior was an intended act) helps at all... Doing what the OP did and moving on is the correct plan of action.. IMO ... Peace and Happy Holidays... D
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Dixieray, in fear of sounding dumb, what is an OP?
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I tried to find it. but years ago there was a "joke" parking ticket which contained lines like "May the fleas of a thousand camels" and "May you suffere premature transmission failure on the freeway in rush hour" and "May your horn get stuck just as the Hells Angles are half way finished passing you" and such.

Print it out on Avery peal and stick.. And peal, And stick.. Dead center in the DRIVER's windshield.. WEAR Gloves when handling the paper. Don't want to leave prints.
Here it is:25 Fake Parking Tickets
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Ah ha. That makes sense. New to this, but I am learning, thanks for the help!
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Kinda like having a new car and parking it in Wally lot. You might as well take a hammer and have the satisfaction of making the first door ding yourself. Some peoples children!!
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I agree stooping to the level of the butt head does not resolve the issue, but sometimes it just feels so good.
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