Insult Magnets For Shitty Parking Jobs! – Design You Trust

Insult Magnets For Shitty Parking Jobs!

Sticking these Do Your Park magnets onto cars might not seem to do much, at least, in the physical sense, but the insults printed on them will send a message that the recipient isn’t likely to forget. Each pack contains ten magnets with an assortment of insults, ranging from subtle to in-your-face cracks about their inability to park courteously.

Credits: Technabob

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