Get used to it. Happens to me all the time, nomather where I park
either my or the wife's bimmer. It also seems to always be Ford F150
or F250's. Somehow BMW's and Corvettes act as a magnet for those. I'm
not kidding. My wife tells me to always park in between two cars that
are there already. At least then you know what's there and with a tad
of luck they will still be there when you return. If you park way in
the outfield, INVARIABLy, a Ford F150 (almost always a rustbucket to
boot) will park inches next to you. Sometimes it might be something
smaller like an Explorer. I've even had it where they back-parked it
in instead of wedging themselves in straight.
I always park as far away as possible. I have no door dings in my '93. I
also get the pleasure of seeing how nice my car is as I walk all the way
back across the parking lot.
It is looking good approaching 17. I have a nice flat belly as I
approach 60, and my wife still has a great figure in her mid 50's. It is
working out well for all of us.
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