I’m sorry Mrs Jones, your car has a case of Parking Rot.
Photo courtesy of Pam Lahoud.
Found in Tokyo, Japan.
There is rotsa parking.
You are here….Or is it there?
Watch out for lusty Mazdas!
Stupid Nips. They can’t spell “Porking”.
Rust never sleeps!
@DNT 0404. Be very wary of Superaus.
They don’t call them super for the size of their wheeeels!
Red: putrid, park at your own risk.
I heard of car park collisions; now we have car park collosion.
What happens if you park in areas D-K.
Translation just doesn’t make degrade.
NIP: “Why the gleen colour?”
AUS: “Just colour fluctuations.”
NIP; “AND FLUCK YOU AUSTALIANS TOO!!!”
@Marum | 4:08 am: Superaus? I don’t get it.
Parking Rot, a disease similar to Parking Son’s
Parking Rot in Hell
Their layout makes scents.
For rotting carp
For stages of rotting
@DNT 0418. Subaru = Super roos Super aus and so on.
If you can afford parking in Japan you’re probably spoiled.
Actually, purchasing car-park spaces in building in Brissie, used to be a good investment.
@Marum | 4:59 am: Never heard them called that before. Must be a Queensland thing.
@Marum | 4:59 am. Also adding to the confusion, Super Roo is a Ford thing.
Your body shop thanks you for visiting this rot.
@DNT 0632 Yup. They were XY sedans and utes, with a 302 V8 as standard. Plus all those decals with the kangaroo with wheels, and all those stripes. A lot were in pale blue and looked yummy.
My first trade was a Motor Mech. I was never really a Ford man. LC. LJ .Toranas were my thing. I still have an LJ two door.
You ale hele.
@Yu No Hoo 5:32,
If you can FIND parking in Japan, you’re lucky beyond belief!
Parking rot is easier to fido, than parking termites.
The little bastards run all over the place.
fido? = to do.
♫Do you thing you are sufficiently decayed♪ As Ko ko sings to the Mikado’s elderly ugly daughter
Forget a Red Lexus.
Do you have a Red Zepplin?
@DNT Sorry about my faulty grasp of GT Ford history. They actually started the GT with a 289 V8 in the XT, then they went to the locally produced 302 for cost reasons.Then they started sourcing Cleveland V8s, in 351 Cu. inch config. The Cleveland engines didn’t last as long as the old Windsors. But didn’t they go! Not only that, one could never do better than 19 Mpg (approx 17L per 100K) Much less if one used the power in low and second. I think the GT did a low 15 sec standing quarter.
We have parking spaces for handicapped, pregnant moms and elderly people, but we have to draw the line somewhere, and that’s parking for zombies. In fact it’s amazing that they can drive in the first place!
What if you’re from Austria and not Australia?
There’s something deeply in alignment between reality and the Engrish when I think the words “Used Car Rot”.
@Eff Eff 1051: Es macht nichts. Nur die Wettervorhersage
Many years ago, I saw a classified ad for the now-defunct Hanley-Dawson Cadillac dealership, with the words underneath, “RUST AT ONTARIO”.
(It was supposed to say “Rush at Ontario”, referring to the two Chicago streets.)
It was supposed to say “Rotary Engines” but they decided they didn’t want a bunch of wankels parking there.
Japanese Engrish–the original and best.
Don’t forget to ford up your baby pram when boarding the car