L.D. Ablo: FTFA:[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x875]
Dogfacedgod: This guy's father failed him badly.
Neondistraction: L.D. Ablo: FTFA:[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x875]Wow, everything in that picture (and the others from TFA) just screams 'douchebag'.What I want to know is why Reggie Wayne was staying at an Indianapolis hotel in the first place.
GlobalStrategic MapleSyrup Reserve: "Belcher's joyride lasted several hours 2 a.m. on Sunday when police pulled him over on suspicions that he was driving drunk. "Something about modern journalism/proofreading.
mc_madness: GlobalStrategic MapleSyrup Reserve: "Belcher's joyride lasted several hours 2 a.m. on Sunday when police pulled him over on suspicions that he was driving drunk. "Something about modern journalism/proofreading.I like that standards have fallen.It gets literate people's panties in a bunch.
grinding_journalist: I'd post the "getting a kick" block, but then nobody would believe me.I worked as a valet in college- since I'm white and clean cut, I got most of the higher-end jobs at country clubs, swanky hotels/restaurants, etc. (Once parked Joe Buck's promo BMW that he did for doing ads around here! Should have pissed in the footwell.) Some advice:1. Don't trust valets, ever. Zero out the trip counter, make a note of the gas tank, and leave nothing inside the car you wouldn't want shoved up someone's ass.2. Good valets will understand that you never need to steal cars- if you build up a regular clientele, they'll often let you "enjoy" the car a bit- a regular who insisted I always park his ride let me take his Maserati out on the highway for a "test drive to see if I thought there was anything wrong with it" (wink)3. If you leave a tip in an envelope in the car (and mention it to your parker) it's highly likely that they won't fark with your ride.4. If you think your car smells like weed/booze/crack/coke/sex, that's what happened.5. The majority of valets can't drive stick; be aware of this when having them park anything with an MT. Chances are, it'll come back reeking of clutch.6. Whatever you do, DO NOT attempt to "remind" them not to fark with your car. Much like "please don't spit in my food", it virtually guarantees something will happen to it. (Only time I ever did something on purpose was when a dude in a late 80s Chevy Caprice told me "there better not be a scratch" (lolwut). Got in, was immediately overwhelmed by the smell of rank BO and rotting food- and realized I'd just sat in something wet and squishy. Somehow, the coffee? Melted milkshake? Chunky brownish liquid that HAD to have dairy in it somehow got spilled out of his cupholder.)7. While we aren't working for tips alone, they're the vast majority of our income. Also, FREE VALET!= should not/does not have to tip. Conversely, it means you should probably tip better.8. It didn't happen to me, but the " ...
SkylineRecords: At least he left the Ferrari alone.[www.vitalstatistics.info image 688x288]
SniperJoe: All these things are some of the reasons that I don't valet park my car. That and Atlanta is moronic about valets. This isn't New York or Chicago where valets take your car to some other lot that might be far away. Here in Atlanta, valets will often drive no more than 50 feet from the dropoff to park the car. No thank you.
grinding_journalist: Zero out the trip counter
grinding_journalist: For sure- can't believe I forgot to add "Ask where they're parking your car" to the list of valet commandments. If it's "right over there" or they won't tell you, I'd suggest not parking there.
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