Telling someone they are horrible at parking just got more convenient with the Do Your Park magnets. You know that other drivers can cause fury with their horrible parking jobs, especially during the holidays, and these hilarious magnets offer the ability to leave a funny comment on their horrible parking skills.
Each package comes with ten different insults. Each insult has an illustration that is designed to call out the horrible driver who decided to park appallingly. The insults and illustrations are harmless but a great way to humiliate the driver without anyone else noticing. The best part of the do you park magnets is that they keep the comments completely anonymous.
You no longer need to take out your aggression on the road or to an extreme, because these magnets offer a great way to say how you feel without actually saying it. My favorite has got to be "This isn't prom night - you can't just put it where you want."
The Do Your Park Magnets Let You Express How You Really Feel
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