About Parking your Car

by: xtian001

In: Jokes | Personal | Qatar

26 Mar 2009

We were in Villagio this evening and were trying to look for a parking space as it was crowded. We stopped on the side of a parking lane and waited for people to leave the car park. After about 5 minutes, a Qatari, around 50-60 years old, came and slowly walked towards our direction. We were hoping that his car was parked on our lane so we could get his space. As the Qatari was walking slowly and seems lost, Mavis was saying that he forgot were he parked his car. The Qatari walked past our car and went left, to the other lane across us. I was telling Mavs that he probably forgot what car he brought with him that’s why he can’t find his car. She agreed.

After 2 minutes, we saw him on the other lane to our right. He probably noticed that we were looking at him and waved his hand to signal for us to come over that side as he was leaving. I raced to the other side of the parking lot and waited for him to get his car out. I waved my hand as our cars came side by side to show my appreciation but he rolled out his window and was saying something so I did the same. He said "Don’t get confused like me", with a big smile on his face. Mavis and I smiled back

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