Drivers share photos of passive aggressive notes left on their cars

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They’re parking mad: Drives share the VERY passive aggressive notes left on their poorly-placed cars (but at least it’s not a ticket!)

  • Photos reveal some of the passive aggressive notes left on poorly-parked cars 
  • Many messages online have been well thought out including witty criticisms
  • Others have got creative and left drawings and characters for people to find

Bad parking is often guaranteed to leave fellow drivers tearing their hair out in frustration – so it’s no wonder a few have restored to a passive aggressive not on the windscreen of poorly-placed cars to vent their outrage.

People from around the world have shared the witty and somewhat rude messages left on their vehicles by fed up motorists.

Proving angry drivers are nothing if not creative, one person printed a map of how and where their neighbour should be parking with detailed instructions, just to ensure there was no misunderstanding.

Rounded up by Richouses, the collection of images shared online also included a sketch of an outraged character, who asked ‘Y u no park in a designated space?’  

Whether you find them funny or frustrating, these notes act as reminder to keep your fellow motorists in mind when parking… 

This car owner will surely be less than impressed to discover that their neighbour has been treating their vehicle like a movie prop

Appealing to a sense of humanity: It's hard to not feel bad for this person, thought to be from the US, whose parking sticker hasn't arrived on time

Appealing to a sense of humanity: It’s hard to not feel bad for this person, thought to be from the US, whose parking sticker hasn’t arrived on time

'You must think I am a bloody sardine!': One person insisted this driver should 'learn to park with manners

‘You must think I am a bloody sardine!’: One person insisted this driver should ‘learn to park with manners

Rounded up by Richouses , the collection of images shared online also included a sketch of an outraged character, who asked 'Y u no park in a designated space?'

Rounded up by Richouses , the collection of images shared online also included a sketch of an outraged character, who asked ‘Y u no park in a designated space?’

Whether you find them funny or frustrating, these notes (pictured) act as reminder to keep your fellow motorists in mind when parking

Whether you find them funny or frustrating, these notes (pictured) act as reminder to keep your fellow motorists in mind when parking

This person left a rather poetic message, before accusing the driver of making them doubt their grammar

This person left a rather poetic message, before accusing the driver of making them doubt their grammar

One person insisted they would 'monster truck your car into a pile of scrap' if the driver continued to block them in

One person insisted they would ‘monster truck your car into a pile of scrap’ if the driver continued to block them in

Amateur artist alert! This person didn't hold back and used their artistic skills to take aim at a person's bad parking

Amateur artist alert! This person didn’t hold back and used their artistic skills to take aim at a person’s bad parking

'Bob' appeared absolutely outraged by one driver taking up more spaces than their 'self important personality really deserves'

‘Bob’ appeared absolutely outraged by one driver taking up more spaces than their ‘self important personality really deserves’

'Mr Important', who lives in the US, apparently had no consideration for his neighbours and how they might need to park outside the property

‘Mr Important’, who lives in the US, apparently had no consideration for his neighbours and how they might need to park outside the property

In this witty note the driver uses Liam Neeson's famous speech from Taken to threaten to box his fellow driver in

In this witty note the driver uses Liam Neeson’s famous speech from Taken to threaten to box his fellow driver in

When one piece of paper isn't enough: This person used five A4 papers to get their point across to a badly-parked driver

When one piece of paper isn’t enough: This person used five A4 papers to get their point across to a badly-parked driver

Welcome to the neighbourhood! One American homeowner printed a map of how and where his neighbour should be parking with detailed instructions

Welcome to the neighbourhood! One American homeowner printed a map of how and where his neighbour should be parking with detailed instructions

Getting creative: Refusing to give up on the idea of writing a strongly worded note for one poorly-parked driver, one woman used a pad to pen her message instead

Getting creative: Refusing to give up on the idea of writing a strongly worded note for one poorly-parked driver, one woman used a pad to pen her message instead

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