Person Gets Revenge On Neighbors Who Keep Parking Their Cars In Their Spaces By Freezing Them

Lack of parking spaces is a huge problem for many people worldwide, especially in the big cities. If you don’t have your own private parking space or a garage, you might have to make circles around your apartment building and hope that someone frees the parking spot. Or park at the neighbors. But some neighbors might not be too happy to see your car parked under their windows. And some actually might be rather nasty about it and take revenge.

Reddit user BrightRick was that annoyed neighbor with other people’s cars parked in his lot. Recently, BrightRick turned to the Pro Revenge subreddit to tell his mischievous way of dealing with this problem. The story goes that around 20 years ago, the Original Poster took revenge on some party attendants who illegally parked in his parking lot on New Year’s Eve. To teach the lesson about private property, the OP pulled out a hose and some sprinklers to freeze all the cars and the street and left all the car owners stranded.

Soon enough, the story gained loads of attention, and people jumped to the comments section to express their opinions about the OP’s ways of fixing the problem. Below, you’ll find the whole story that OP has posted and some quite differing takes on such revenge. What’s your opinion?

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The apartment owner recently shared how we dealt with a bunch of strangers who parked their cars in his private parking lot that had a sign warning that a tow truck would be called

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The owner decided to freeze all the cars and the street, leaving the guests stranded 

Later, the cops arrived, every driver got a ticket, and all the cars were towed

Many readers thought that this was a brilliant solution to the problem and applauded the OP for the inventiveness

Some readers believed that the OP took it a little too far and people were not at fault that the neighbor misled them

Times Historians Had No Idea What Something Was And Women Stepped In And Told Them

In class, I learned that when I don’t understand something, someone else probably does. It’s more useful to learn someone’s perspective in a field than to force your perspective and fail miserably.

That’s the moral lesson to be learned in this viral Twitter thread by Gennifer Hutchison. For her, there are things that male historians and anthropologists get wrong because they usually don’t involve women’s perspectives in their research.

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Writer Gennifer Hutchinson pointed out online that male scientists struggle to figure something out because they restrict women’s access to their fields

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Twitter people shared hilarious examples to further support Gennifer’s point

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