Does Being an A-hole Qualify?

See Dick drive.
Drive Dick, drive.
See Dick park.
See Dick park in a handicapped walkway.
No Dick, no!
See Jane see Dick park.
See Jane become morally outraged at Dick’s arrogance.
See Jane let the air out of Dick’s tires.
What’s that you say? No, I didn’t see Jane do that either.
Flat Dick, flat.
Flat, flat, flat, flat.
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  1. BPR Avatar

    This is why the hummer brand is dead. Too many Dicks drive them. Don’t be a Dick.

  2. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

    I am convinced that Hummer (especially H2) owners truly have no idea that anyone else exists outside of their own little world. Very few that I've met seem to have concern, or even recognize, other humans around them.

    1. smokyburnout Avatar

      Have you ever been in H2?
      H2 drivers are aware of everything they can see out of it, but outward visibility on the H2 is absolutely terrible.
      Actually, that's not fair. I'm sure some H2 owners are aware of their phone calls/texts/makeup/etc.

      1. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

        Actually I worked for a Hummer dealership for about 5 years, I drove those things all the time! I must admit I love the way they ride, and it is pretty damn easy to handle on of those behemoths, but I always did feel like a Dick driving one. I know how most of our customers were, and truthfully a lot of them were very nice people, but I'd say the typical H2 owner is more or less as I described. Especially the people that bought them after the hype had died a little. The good thing about the H2, which is actually a bad thing if you're trying to make money on the service drive, is that they have very few issues. The same can not be said about their owners, however.

    2. Alff Avatar

      I'd love to agree, as Hummers are ridiculous, pointless vehicles for roadgoing. However, one of the most generous and thoughtful guys I know drives one (you would never see his parked in this manner). It just so happens he is also a very successful small businessman who has the luxury of driving whatever he wants. As far as I can tell, poor taste in vehicles may be his only character flaw.

  3. lilwillie Avatar

    Good grief. Part of me hopes that was just someone setting up a photo for fun.

  4. Tim Odell Avatar
    Tim Odell

    I'm always amazed when people have no sense of self-consciousness or irony.
    It's like, really? You really just did that?

  5. dustin_driver Avatar

    Quick! Somebody turn it into a stagecoach!

  6. Maymar Avatar

    Stereotypes: Sometimes, they exist for a reason.

  7. Blacksteelies Avatar

    one day these cars will be ironic. and the Hooniverse of the future will look for these abandoned beasts in junkyards all over. imagine rollin with your bro’s in a vintage prick-mobile.
    of course there won’t be fossil fuels anymore so you’d have to convert it to run on unobtainium.

  8. CptSevere Avatar

    Back when I managed parking garages it was my pleasure to chain barrels to vehicles parked like this. There's nothing better for the soul than explaining to some irate lawyer that the only way that barrel gets unlocked from his Beemer (no H2's in the early nineties) is he has to cough up a hundred bucks, while he threatens legal action and becomes apoplectic. Makes you feel like a cool dude.

  9. John Nevard Avatar
    John Nevard

    Well.. living in an apartment block with one disabled person who does not own a car, and four disabled parking spaces, only one of which could hypothetically be filled by a disabled person entitled to park there, I really don't care.

  10. P161911 Avatar

    He isn't parked in the handicap space, just the space that folks with ramps on the side of the van need to get in and out. If I was in one of those ramp vans I would just pull in beside him and see just how strong the motors are on the ramp, repeatedly.

  11. FreeMan Avatar

    This is why everyone should carry a valve stem tool.
    Remove all four, place in a neat row on the hood. No permanent damage, point made in the pocketbook.

    1. HDC Avatar

      Don’t forget to get under there in the back and go after the spare also.

  12. Charles_Barrett Avatar

    Assuming s/he has a dash placard or other legit permit for handicap parking, consider the fact that if the driver's disability requires extra clearance on the DRIVER side of the vehicle, he or she may have done this, since extra passenger-side clearance would not help. Of course, then the best approach would have been to BACK into the space, but that may not have been an option. I'm just saying the picture may not be able to tell the whole story.

    1. AlexG55 Avatar

      When did you last see a handicap-accessible H2? If you have a disability that means you have trouble getting in and out of a car, you're not going to drive one which you have to climb up to get into the helmsman's seat of…