How This Mom Got Epic Revenge on the Jerk Who Stole Parking Reserved for Parents

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Yes, having a close parking spot is a convenience when you're in a rush, and everybody wants to catch a break during a busy day. But unless you've ever dealt with a nine-month pregnant belly weighing you down or corralled a fussy newborn and potty-training toddler (along with all the gear they entail), you don't fully understand how helpful reserved parking spaces can be for pregnant women and families with small children. That's why there's a special rage for childless men and women who swoop into these parking spaces, and one mom was pushed to teach a rude man who felt entitled to park his car wherever he pleased an important lesson: You don't mess with a pissed-off mama who has easy access to an abundance of dirty diapers.

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The situation began when Alex of the blog Make Mine a Double stopped by a local Tesco store with her twins, Osian and Rhydian. "When I got back to my car, an oversized, too-old-to-be-a-boy racer pulled into the PARENT AND BABY space next to me as if it was a F1 pit stop," she wrote on Facebook. "The breakneck speed made me sh*t my pants a little. I thought maybe they were giving everything away for free in Tesco to warrant the urgency."

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The exhausted mom gave this man the benefit of the doubt and assumed that he just didn't realize the parking space was reserved for pregnant women or families with small kids. She politely gave her "sweetest smile" and pointed out his mistake, to which the stranger only responded, "So?"

"Just it's really tricky to get a space, sort a baby out, let alone two and get a DOUBLE trolley, especially when it's about to rain." I pointed at the sky.

"Not my problem, love," retorted the bearded Hobbit.

"Maybe you could move to another space as there's no more parent spaces left?"

"There will be when you leave, now f*ck off you fat b*tch."

Alex made herself pause before responding as she registered how the conversation turned from polite to "the burning fires of Hades" in just five words. "What I really wanted to say to him was that I've been on a sodding diet for the last ten days and nearly lost half a stone. Don't you DARE call me a fat b*tch! I'm a bloody starving, knackered mother of exhausting twins and you've just pushed me over the limit of what was my last iota of politeness," she wrote. "I would punch you in your fat spotty throat but I've been eating sodding mixed leaves all week so I haven't the energy! Just move your twatmobile and be a slightly better human just for an hour today." 

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Instead, she tried to stay calm, and told him that she hopes he has kids in the future, and that on an extremely difficult day, a thoughtless man screws him over. After telling her to f*ck off and go burn her bra somewhere, the man waddled off while waving his middle finger at her. As Alex turned and faced her boys sitting in their car seats, she was hit in the face with an overwhelming smell.

"My heart sank. Then I decided to get even. I used my bad nappy for good," she wrote. "A little justice for all knackered parents who have been f*cked over with similar twatty McTwat faces abusing these parking spaces and have had similar experiences."

That's right, she grabbed one of her twins' dirty diapers and stuck it on the stranger's windshield, using a wiper to secure it for good measure. "I felt instantly better! I'm just sorry I didn't have the time to hang round to see his reaction," she wrote. "I did receive affirmation from another woman who must have witnessed the incident. 'That's genius' as she walked off with a smile."

Was it necessarily the right thing to leave him a heated poo package for parking in a parent's reserved spot? Probably not. But did he deserve it? Most certainly!

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