Inspired by real life.
- You are parking curbside in a suburban/urban residential setting. You find a legally park-able empty space between two driveways. The hitch (heh - you’ll see why this is funny in a bit): the rear half of that space (the part marked as handicapped access, in fact) is taken up by a small camper trailer. There are chocks under the tires and the trailer hitch is set on blocks. There is sufficient space to park in front of that trailer with no driveway blockage issue or touching any part of the trailer. There is, of course, absolutely no sign as to how long the owner intends to leave it there. You are legally able to, and plan to, park all day (at least 9 hours). Obviously, if you do so, there’s no way to move or hitch the trailer to anything bigger than a bicycle.
Do you park there?
- There are two urinals in my office bathroom. One is set higher than the other. The higher one is closer to the sinks, the lower closer to the stalls. I am somewhat, though not very much, shorter than average, and cannot use the higher one without raising myself on my toes.
Men of average height and above: given those two urinals, do you tend to choose one over the other? Any logic as to why? Do you ever consider a potential “issue” like mine when choosing?