And I declare them on the lady that was in my exercise class last night.  SO tempting to post her plate number, but I won't.

What did she do, you ask?  Just this:

After an hour of dancing around like maniacs and sweating up a storm, she left the class and walked to her car.  Her nice, shiny car.  Her nice, shiny car that had a FREAKING HANDICAP DANGLY THING ON THE REAR-VIEW MIRROR!

I seriously wanted to hit her.  But I was too worn out from class. πŸ™‚

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22 responses to “I declare SHENANIGANS!”

  1. Definitely SHENANIGANS. Everyone grab a broom now….Make sure to snap a photo for us next time, we can create a new group for these kind of blatant violators (my girl-scout leader double-parking would go in there, too).

  2. No problem from me although I/we should probably acknowledge that it came from South Park.
    I also like Carmen's idea. πŸ™‚
    @Kevin: I'm so bad with the movie stuff and not that many people read this, so no need to be ashamed. I run a friendly Vox family. HAHAHAHAHA!

  3. Yeah, I got the SP reference (hence my comment about the brooms). I would put a link in the description that references where we got the reference from. Gotcha Be-och is catchy, but I'd want the group name to be as PG-rated as possible to hit as wide an audience as possible, and I'm afraid some people might take offense who would otherwise enjoy the group.

  4. Wow, thats an amazing story! Personally, I'm not into mob vigilante-ism, but do what you gotta do! You guys should have a picture of Chris Hansen's face as the icon for this group πŸ™‚

  5. Um. Ok. Sorry to be the voice of reason in all this. (How very unlike me.)Could it be that she might have a handicapped spouse, parent or kid that needs the thing? Especially if she wasn't parked in the handicapped spot?

  6. I'm all good with the voice of reason. It could very well be the case. But were it me (and it isn't, lol), I would remove the dangler when one of said family members wasn't in the car with me.

  7. That's what I was kind of thinking too.I mean, she might live with it, so since it is such a part of her life, she might not even think about it being in her car.It's a possibility.I've seen people abuse the handicap system, but usually they're abusing the parking spot as well.

  8. Okay, I will then place my venting on hold until next week in hopes that she will return to class and I'll check out where she parked for sure. She was too far from the gym to be in a handicapped spot but there are other buildings next door as well.

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