The last day of school was last Friday and it was the last time I dropped off my spoiled little princess for the school year. Sure, we should make her walk the half mile to school but we don’t. We would much rather subject ourselves to the misery of the Student Drop Off Line in the morning. You would think that after 180 days of dropping off their kids, more parents wouldn’t be complete idiots when it comes to dropping off their kids in front of the school.
Seriously, they have had 180 drop offs. Can’t they figure this out by now? But every morning when I drop off my princess, some moron in front of me stops short and plugs up the whole system. It really isn’t that difficult to figure out that you drive all the way to the end of the semi-circle driveway and then drop off your kid. You don’t stop at the beginning and let them out. When you drop them off at the beginning, it stops the whole flow.
See all the free space in front of you? Use your common sense and move up. See all the cars behind you WAITING for you to move? That’s because we aren’t morons and can see that there are other parents that are dropping off their kids too. We know that we need to move as far up as possible so that the whole system works. You, on the other hand, are a complete moron who thinks of no one but themselves.
I bet you hate puppies and snowflakes too.
Maybe next year, you can figure out this incredibly easy drop off system. Until school starts up again in the fall, I bid you a fond farewell.
Dear Idiot Parent:
I’ve been dropping off my various kids at our elementary school for the past several years and I fully understand how this simple drop off system works. You drive up to the school, you drop off your child, they shut the door, and you drive away. However, you (the complete idiot parent) can’t seem to understand the simple concept that if you stop, all the cars behind you also have to stop. Allow me to expand on how traffic flows at our school and in the rest of the world of cars, trucks, and motorcycles work in real life.
It really isn’t too hard to figure out that if there are no cars in front of you, you move your vehicle all the way to the end of the drop off lane. You don’t stop at the beginning of the drop off lane to let your kid out when there are roughly twenty cars behind you and three buses all trying to get in to the school parking lot at the same time. I’m sure you never noticed them as you only had to drive 5 mph because there were so many cars ahead of you doing the exact same thing as you: dropping off their kid at school. This is the part when you drive to the end of the drop off lane, and then let your kid out.
And Yes, that was me behind you blaring my truck horn when you stop at the beginning of the drop off lane. Do you know why? Frankly, it is because you are stupid. Why kind of moron thinks that is a good place to drop off their kid? Oh, that would be you. Like I previously stated, you need to drive to the end of the drop off lane so the rest of the twenty cars can drive in behind you. It isn’t that hard of a concept to understand. EVERYDAY, it is the same system and routine. It isn’t that hard to figure out.
I think this is a good time to mention that you are also the same stupid parent that doesn’t bother to have their child buckled into the backseat or puts four kids in the backseat (where everyone knows has only three seatbelts). Unlike you, I’m not a moron. I can clearly see that when your kid is leaning forward in his seat that he isn’t wearing his seatbelt. And I can see this when we are still a quarter of a mile away from the school. Can you please strap your kid in? Use your adult brain just a little bit more in the morning?
Now, I know my school isn’t the only place where this happens. I understand we all have moron parents at our own various schools across the world and there is nothing we can do about it. Sure you can honk your car horn like I do but they still don’t understand why they are morons. You could yell at them like I did when the mom blocked the crosswalk and the 50 students and parents couldn’t cross the street. Half the school is trying to cross the street and she is blocking the crosswalk. Brilliant! Simply brilliant!
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