It was a hot summer day, and I was feeling particularly mischievous. I had just stumbled upon a stash of "asshole parking" stickers at a garage sale, and I couldn't resist the temptation to use them.
I grabbed a handful of stickers and headed to the crowded parking lot of the local grocery store. As I wandered through the rows of cars, I searched for the most deserving candidates.
I found my first victim - a flashy sports car parked in two spaces. I peeled off a sticker and carefully placed it on the windshield, making sure it was highly visible.
Next, I spotted a minivan with a "Baby on Board" sign, but the driver had parked so close to the car next to them that the other driver couldn't even open their door. I slapped a sticker on the minivan's bumper and chuckled to myself.
But the best was yet to come. I came across a pickup truck with a giant "Trump 2020" bumper sticker and a "Gun Owner" license plate frame. The driver had parked diagonally across three spaces. I couldn't resist the opportunity to deliver some well-deserved karma, so I stuck a sticker right on the driver's side door.
As I walked away, I couldn't help but laugh at the thought of these drivers returning to their cars and seeing the stickers. I imagined their reactions - shock, anger, maybe even embarrassment. It was all in good fun, and I couldn't wait to see who I could prank next.