Parking Citation Nifty Note Pad
This goodie's gone for good, but we've got tons of other fun stuff on hand!Strike a blow for curbside justice with our Parking Citation—spiffed up and back by popular demand. Charge offenders with infractions from wasting curb space to driving an ego machine, and remind them that they’re being watched—and judged.
- A practical-joke gift they'll actually use
- Modern-day etiquette for the masses
- 4 x 5.25 inches, 50 sheets
Love this, except the wording at top says "had some trouble not parking like an idiot", wish it was worded differently. Got it for my husband for Christmas and half our family thought it was right and the other half didn't agree.
I live in Boston where the parking situation is grim. Cars are often towed. Often times you'll come back to your car and find a brand new parking ticket shining on your windshield. If you have an out-of-state license plate, just give up hope now. Amidst this environment, there are people who park sooooo terribly in the wrong places at the wrong time and make parking and driving even more difficult for the rest of us. These things are perfect. I can leave people these funny but angry notes instead of being a typical Boston jerk and just call a towing company. :p Such is the environment here. I was a much happier driver/parker before moving to Boston.
Useful and Hilarious!
I bought a few Knock Knock pads and they were such a hit I bought a bunch more for holiday gifts. They are useful and hilarious. They are also quality products. My late grandmother had padded insults for people that had trouble parking their car in her glove-box decades ago. I bought the entire family Parking Citations in her memory. Everyone loved them! I bought the Car Guest Book for my twin daughters and can't wait until they turn 16! I'm ordering more Knock Knock's now for a white elephant gift at an industry event.
Everyone who drives should have this in their vehicle. It is very funny to leave a note like this on somebody's car!
This is hilarious and great! Only thing I'd add is: "Parking in bike lane." Thank you, Knock Knock!