Picture this: You’re cruising down the highway, radio is blasting, and (of course) you’re belting out every lyric to your favorite song – ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey. You turn left to enter the mall’s parking lot, which seems to be crazy full. So, you take a big breath and start circling the lot, praying you’ll find a spot. And just when you think you’ve finally found one, you drive closer only to see that some lovely person, who apparently doesn’t know how to park a car, took up two spots with their Range Rover (which could really use a car wash).
Sounds oh-too familiar, right? But the way in which we deal with these frustrating situations differs, as some drivers have what we like to call ‘road rage’. Road rage on a “good day” can be comical, but catching someone’s “bad day”, can be quite terrifying. To give you a better idea of what both sides look like, we’ve compiled the most hilarious windshield notes. Enjoy!
I think we just found the newest DJ to hit the booth. His single, “Don’t Park Like A Tool” is set to debut in 2010.
This Note Is Crazier
“Hey I know you just met me, and for this exact reason I find it quite comical that you took the time to leave a note, a note based off of the JoJo song. I’m not even made, I’m actually impressed!”
Thank You So Much, NOT!
Sarcastic much? We think yes. Not to mention the length of this note — next time “Z” keep it short and simple.
The Jack Attack
As much as we appreciate your honesty, which we really do, we also think you’re quite inconsiderate. Not only did you hit a car, but you also wasted paper aka you killed a tree. Not cool Jack, not cool at all!
We’re not 100% sure what is really going on with this note, but here’s what we propose: we’ll learn how to park, only if you promise to learn how to draw, draw well that is.
The Politically Incorrect Note
It seems (super) unnecessary to involve politics. And who says this driver is a Republican? Don’t you know it’s not good to assume things. Tsk tsk.
A Piece Of Chevy, Eh?
Now this isn’t very nice. We don’t want to hurt the poor “piece of Chevy’s” feelings. He’s just a car, what does he know?
Please Refer To The Diagram
If this guy isn’t a writer for the “For Dummies” books, then he really should consider being one. This note is not only detailed to perfection, but the diagram which correlates to the note, brilliant! The book’s title could be, “Parking For Dummbies”.
The “Worst Neighbor” Award
Congratulations dude! We know this isn’t the most ideal award, but an awards an award. This note is fridge worthy status.
At least whoever left this note is smart and uses protection.
The Good Deed
It’s always uplifting and kind to do (at least) one good deed every day. This guy can cross off “daily good deed” from his to-do list.
The Blue BMW
First of all, can we talk about how amazing this person’s handwriting is? And second of all, just because someone drives a luxurious BMW doesn’t mean they’re rich. However, yes we drive a blue BMW and yes we’re rich.
Straight to the point, big, bold, and blue — nicely done Mr. Noteman. The driver will totally see/understand how much you dislike bad parkers.
Just a friendly little TMI FYI. But thanks for the update.
Dear Mr. Officer
At first glance doesn’t it look like the windshield is cracked? But if you look closer you can see that it’s just the tree’s shadow. Anyways, Corrine is not a drug deal. Not much more to say about that.
No matter what the case is, no matter how upset a situation makes you, the rule of thumb is this: don’t mess with someone’s family.
I’m Sorry, What?
We’re not sure if this is written on a piece of tape or what, but how is anyone (specifically the bad parker) supposed to read this mubo-jumbo. Maybe if he tilts his head slightly to the right he can at least get the gist.
Woah, woah, woah, no need to write a novel. When in doubt keep it short and simple. The longer it is, the less likely they’ll read the note.
Cut It Out
Stephanie Tanner, for all you “Full House” fans, would be very proud of this note.
If you’re going to reference a (terrible) natural disaster, then you better make sure you have valid proof/reasoning. Also, it’s quite comical that this person made business cards solely to dish out when necessary.
All we’re saying is that if this note was left on our windshield, wow would we be thrilled! 3-years-old or 30-years-old, age is irrelevant when it comes to coloring.
The Battle Of The Notes
The left brown square note or the right rectangle white note — who’s side are you on? It’s a tough decision, we know.
Squeezing On By
I’m sorry, what? It’d be greatly appreciated if you could keep this PG. No need to swear, we’re sorry and it won’t happen again.
Peanut Butter, No Jelly
One of the more confusing parts about this note is how/where did this person get that much peanut butter? I mean windshield’s aren’t small objects, they’re quite large.
She surely seems very proud of her lyrical note. Usually we see notes once they’re already placed on the windshield, but when you’re this creative you of course need to take a picture holding it.
The Multi-Spot Parker
Not one, not two, not three, but a whopping four (parking) spots! This deserves to be put in The Guinness Book of Records.
The 2D X-Ray
We secretly think that this note-taker has a passion for drawing skeletons. I mean look at it, that’s talent right there.
The Mayor Of The Parking Lot
The only way to know a parking lot like the back of your hand is if you’re like the mayor of the lot. Okay, we know this position doesn’t actually exist but it’s impressive how well she knows the lots “in-and-outs”.
There’s really nothing to add/say about this one. “When you gotta go, you gotta go.”
Definitely not an environmentally friendly note, #treekiller.
The Bloody Sardine
(In you best British accent), “Well I beg your pardon! Sardine’s aren’t bloody in the slightest bit.”
In the future, maybe it’s better to just not leave a note. No need to place your feminine products anywhere, especially on a windshield.
Hiya! Maybe next time you could like not only think about yourself? Please and thank you. We assume more or less this is what the writer meant.
With Snowflakes On Top
This is a cold note, literally and figuratively. We hope he wore gloves when he wrote this.
Oh No You Didn’t!
Ouch! This is the ultimate buzz kill. But hey, the truth hurts.
On the behalf of the bad parker we would like to say this, “Please, just please stop.” Just read the note is painful and devastating.
Well clearly this was written by the Grinch himself. The vulgarity of this note does not deserve the ending, “Season Greetings!”
This Is Hella Creepy
Seems like a very genuine request. Regardless if the van is “hella creepy” or not, simply moving it elsewhere is all that they ask.
It’s All Fun & Games!
Except for this super irritating game. Well I guess it’s only irritating for the Traffic Warden. As for the parker, let’s hope his little charade worked in his favor.
A Not So Lovely Saturday
Nooo, not the ice cream! If there’s one thing to take from this note it’s this: eating an ice cream cone will remind the bad parker of the time he made someone park 2 blocks away, melting their beloved ice cream cone. This is just so sad.