By Braddah Lance
It really makes me wondah how da heck society has gone from decently respectful people to people who just no give a $h!t.
Da Wife and I were at Waikele dis past Labor Day weekend - Saturday afternoon specifically - and while you might have thought dat da mall would be a little crazy, it really wasn't. There were a handful of parking stalls still open considering it was packed and while there were vehicles parked illegally against da far wall in da upper section of the mall, dat has always been da case wen it becomes overcrowded and no, we have nevah parked against da wall even though it was "open".
But dis one - no, make dat TWO - lolo's really took da mac out of da mac salad.
No see nothing wrong? Try look at 'em dis way.
Still don't know? Try check out da keiki and his dad walking in da second pic. Still no can figgah 'em out?
They stay walking on da median and not in walkway cause get two massive suv's PARKED in da walkway!!!
Wassup Wit Dat!
I mean really, in da WALKWAY?!? Why not just drive through da mall and park in front of da store you shopping at? Forget dat da curbs are CLEARLY painted red which at last check I thought universally - at least in da U.S. - signaled "no" or "danger" and da likes. I guess das a way to beat getting a ticket for parking in da handicap stall.
Wat gets me is dat even at da very least, da Mall Security didn't do a thing! I saw two ride by and nada - not even a flinching double take.
I get it dat it's busy and crowded but does dat mean we just ignore civilized rules? We no longer have da patience to wait your turn wen it's "inconvenient"? So wat if you have to park "far" - aren't da stores you're planning to visit even further? Outlet mall and shopping centers aren't cakewalks and you rack up miles walking during your shopping outing so wat's a few more yards?
Times like dat I wish I was in a Road Runner cartoon and da giant anvil just dropped.
We were there for a few hours and those two *bleep bleep bleep* were there before we got there and still wen we left with no repercussions.