- Moms totally halt traffic flow by coming to a stop in the street for drop off, making it almost impossible to get around them without heading into oncoming traffic. This also puts the super self-centered driver behind cars parked legally, blocking them from backing out. Some of those moms even linger while they visit with friends.
- It is common practice to use the curve along curb in the lot next to the studio for drop off becuase there is direct access to the sidewalk leading to the front door. Cars generally line up to let kids out there, it’s kind of an unofficial queue lane. However, lately a few moms have turned that area into a parking space, taking away the only safe place for a quick drop off.
But the other day I was in luck because with only one car in front of me, I saw two spots side by side. Cha. Ching. All those suckas behind me wish they were 30 seconds earlier to this good fortune. The car ahead gets one, I get the other, right? Well, it would have worked that way if she hadn’t used both spaces. I don’t make this stuff up, people. She parked over the white line, got out of her car, and went inside. True. Story.