15 Top Parking Jokes
For many of us parking is one of life’s biggest bugbears.
In fact, parking is one of the biggest annoyances in the modern world - finding a parking space can be a nightmare and when a stranger parks outside your house, well that's a total wind up.
It makes our blood boil when a selfish driver parks across two bays, or someone leaves far too much space in front and behind their vehicle reducing the amount of parking available. As for cars seemingly abandoned on double yellows or zigzag lines – where is a traffic warden when you need one, hey?
So, let’s inject some humour into the matter and share with you some of the world’s best (or worst) parking jokes and one liners:
- Q. How do you parallel park?
A. Park somewhere else!
- Q. What’s a rabbit’s favourite type of car?
A. A hutch-back
- I couldn’t back out of the car parking space so I used my back-up plan.
- Q. When is a car not a car?
A. When it’s turned into a driveway!
- Q. What do you do when you see a spaceman?
A. Park in it, man!
- The problem with parking is that it just isn’t going anywhere.
- Q. What driver never gets a parking ticket?
A. A screw-driver.
- I couldn’t work out how to fasten my seatbelt... and then it just ‘clicked’.
- Q. Where did all the Fiat Panda’s go when God flooded the Earth?
A. Noah’s Park.
- I was complimented on my parking today... someone left a note on my car saying ‘Parking Fine’.
- Q. What do men and parking spaces have in common?
A. All the good ones are taken and the free ones are too small.
- Policeman: What do you think you are doing parking your car there?
Motorist: I thought it was good place. It says "Safety Zone."
- Q. What happens when a frog parks in a no-parking space?
A. It gets toad away!
- I was getting in my car when a friend asked for a lift. So I said, “OK, you look amazing tonight”, and off I drove.
- Joe was in court charged with parking his car in a restricted area. The judge asked him if he had anything to say in his defence.
"They should not put up such misleading notices," said Joe. "It said, 'FINE FOR PARKING HERE'."