Ghost Parkers, What do you call parkers who park their vehicles
Those of you who claim they haven’t seen ghosts need to take a break. Of course you’ve seen ghosts. In fact, I can tell you you see ’em almost everyday when you go out. How? Don’t let the suspense take the best of you. What do you call parkers who park their vehicles in the second & third lines boxing those parked in the first row and stay disappeared for hours? I call them ghosts- since they precisely fit in the description of the word so well.
On an honest note, what a better way to trap someone than to box them with car! No note. Nothing. And hence, no possible escape for the poor. Not just this, the once-upon-a-time wide roads that only cater to the parkers now showcase worst traffic jams- a nuisance every urban and cosmopolitan dweller is tragically familiar with. When your line comes to a sudden halt with no movement forward, know that some ghost just left their vehicle parked and consequently choked the road. To refresh the horrid memory, have a look of a bustling street in Sadar:
1) Funny- only two moving lines on the road- the rest are all immobile.
2) What if one of the first line parkers have to rush for an interview or to hospital or even to their place, how will they find the 2nd line parkers?
3) This place is strictly for ghost parkers. No place for moving cars on this road and certainly no place for people.
4) Back and forth & back and forth & back and forth…strenuous exercise before you finally manage to turn your car.
5) But what if there’s another car behind you..a little back & forth would be difficult then..
Double parking is an offence to say the least and more importantly a very selfish and uncivil act. It’s not only one of the primary reasons for horrendous traffic jams and blockages, it also leaves the person whose car is boxed high & dry with no viable out.