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Parking “With a G” style

By 10 December 2012 19

giulia jones

Tim has sent in this little gem. It seems the Laura Norder tub thumpers have ongoing issues with their parking.

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19 Responses to Parking “With a G” style
#1
pptvb9:39 am, 10 Dec 12

Why is it the smaller cars always seem to have the most trouble parking?
I constantly see small cars taking 3-4 attempts to fit into parking spots.

#2
KB19719:45 am, 10 Dec 12

Bwahahahahahahaha……with a G…..

#3
Pork Hunt10:26 am, 10 Dec 12

They say the two major parties are alike these days but I didn’t expect the Libs to have moved that far left…

#4
G-Fresh10:40 am, 10 Dec 12

Pork Hunt said :

They say the two major parties are alike these days but I didn’t expect the Libs to have moved that far left…

They haven’t mate they’ve move to the right, albeit backward facing.

#5
Solidarity10:40 am, 10 Dec 12

its not even over the lines

at least report something decent, like when that libs car with the trailer was in a no parking zone blocking a driveway….

#6
watto2310:49 am, 10 Dec 12

If I drove a car with my name and photo on it, i’d be making sure i was dead centre of every car park i was in! Although, maybe Giulia was trying to get some free publicitiy via the “Parking X Style” series of posts.

#7
Pork Hunt11:08 am, 10 Dec 12

G-Fresh said :

Pork Hunt said :

They say the two major parties are alike these days but I didn’t expect the Libs to have moved that far left…

They haven’t mate they’ve move to the right, albeit backward facing.

Last time I looked, left and right were in relation to a person sitting in the drivers seat “moving forward”…

#8
peitab11:26 am, 10 Dec 12

The number of times I saw Giulia Jones-branded vehicles breaking road rules (speed limits, etc) in the lead-up to the election was astounding!

You’d think if you’re driving any branded vehicle you’d want to obey the road rules, in order to give a good impression of the brand. And, you know, not break laws…

#9
G-Fresh11:33 am, 10 Dec 12

Pork Hunt said :

G-Fresh said :

Pork Hunt said :

They say the two major parties are alike these days but I didn’t expect the Libs to have moved that far left…

They haven’t mate they’ve move to the right, albeit backward facing.

Last time I looked, left and right were in relation to a person sitting in the drivers seat “moving forward”…

Their left is our right.

#10
DrKoresh11:36 am, 10 Dec 12

Solidarity said :

its not even over the lines

at least report something decent, like when that libs car with the trailer was in a no parking zone blocking a driveway….

It so is over the lines. If I were a passenger of the red car I’d be pretty pissed about having to squeeze in there.

#11
trevar12:29 pm, 10 Dec 12

Pork Hunt said :

Last time I looked, left and right were in relation to a person sitting in the drivers seat “moving forward”…

Where, exactly, did you look? I wasn’t aware that any authority has issued a directive on this matter…

In the automotive industry, the passenger side is often referred to as the “near side” and the driver’s side as the “off side”, to avoid left/right confusion. But of course that doesn’t work so well for political ideology punnage.

#12
Gungahlin Al12:58 pm, 10 Dec 12

The Law and Order party had scant regard for laws and regulations during the election campaign. Why did people thing things would be any different after it?
One rule for them, one rule for…

I am disgusted that Elections ACT has deemed all of the illegal sign games to be “inconsequential” and will be taking no action. Game on next election then Phil Green, and you will have created the situation.

#13
rhino2:20 pm, 10 Dec 12

In their defence, it is possible that the car on their right was over the lines when they parked and nobody was on their left. All it takes is one bad park and then the rest of the day various people are shifted off to the side of centre. Not sure why they backed in. Some people are just bad at reverse parking also and end up way off centre. So that could be it. But wouldn’t you realise you suck at it and just go in forwards instead? Unless it was the only carpark and you noticed it just as you passed and so you reversed in to make sure nobody else stole it haha.

#14
bundah2:54 pm, 10 Dec 12

Perhaps it was a deliberate strategy to enable the driver the fully open the door so they could get out with ease?

#15
peitab3:53 pm, 10 Dec 12

rhino said :

In their defence, it is possible that the car on their right was over the lines when they parked and nobody was on their left. All it takes is one bad park and then the rest of the day various people are shifted off to the side of centre.

True, but when you’re driving a branded car, surely you need to be aware of appearances. Even if they weren’t the first one to park over the line, wouldn’t it just make more sense to find another parking spot rather than appearing to be a moron who can’t park (especially in the world’s smallest car)?

#16
Pork Hunt5:44 pm, 10 Dec 12

trevar said :

Pork Hunt said :

Last time I looked, left and right were in relation to a person sitting in the drivers seat “moving forward”…

Where, exactly, did you look? I wasn’t aware that any authority has issued a directive on this matter…

In the automotive industry, the passenger side is often referred to as the “near side” and the driver’s side as the “off side”, to avoid left/right confusion. But of course that doesn’t work so well for political ideology punnage.

Regardless of any authority, anyone over the age of about three would have a reasonable grasp of the concept of left vs right.
If my political puns make your brain hurt then I’ll make a new years resolution to cease and desist…

#17
GardeningGirl8:24 pm, 10 Dec 12

peitab said :

rhino said :

In their defence, it is possible that the car on their right was over the lines when they parked and nobody was on their left. All it takes is one bad park and then the rest of the day various people are shifted off to the side of centre.

True, but when you’re driving a branded car, surely you need to be aware of appearances. Even if they weren’t the first one to park over the line, wouldn’t it just make more sense to find another parking spot rather than appearing to be a moron who can’t park (especially in the world’s smallest car)?

+1

(Btw I’m liking the puns.)

#18
Mr Waffle8:53 pm, 10 Dec 12

Saw the same car parked poorly about a month ago in Civic. I was too busy musing on the slogan to think about taking a photo though :(

#19
iLazy10:01 am, 11 Dec 12

Has anyone else noticed the strange radiance of the flash back from the number plate? Doesn’t look like the usual block job done on numberplates posted here… in fact, it looks strangely like a numberplate sprayed with “anti-flash” spray. Just sayin’…

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