You will laugh at this mum's reaction to a man taking the last mother and baby parking space
We've all been there.
Stalling it down to the shops with the kids only to discover that there's no mother and baby parking spaces left.
The only thing that could make the realisation even worse is when you absolutely know that the last space has been taken by somebody who doesn't even have a baby.
Never mind twins, for that matter.
One UK mum found herself in this exact predicament during her trip to the local Tesco.
The woman, who blogs under the name 'Make mine a double' on Facebook (get it? because twins), took to social media recently to tell her story of the "boy racer" who stole her parking spot.
And what she did to get back at him.
According to her, she "lost her shit. Quite literally."
The post starts off pretty standard.
The lad arrived at the parking space. Mum politely tells him it is reserved for mothers and babies.
Lad impolitely tells her to "fuck off you fat bitch." Mum decided that she is done being nice.
"Ohhh how the conversation had turned. I had gone from polite to the burning fires of Hades in 5 words.
"I've not slept for 3 weeks. (I'm entering the irrational stage where I start writing here again to cope with life) what I really wanted to say to him was that I've been on a sodding diet for the last 10 days and nearly lost half a stone.
"Don't you DARE call me a fat bitch! I'm a bloody starving, knackered mother of exhausting twins and you've just pushed me over the limit of was what my last iota of politeness."
When it became clear that this lad just didn't care, the mum of two "lost her shit."
Words obviously weren't working, so she did this instead.
"As I turned to the boys in the car there was an overwhelming smell. My heart sank. Then I decided to get even.
"I used my bad nappy for good. A little justice for all knackered parents who have been fucked over with similar twatty McTwat faces' abusing these parking spaces and have had similar experiences.
"Yes that's right.... I did it!! I stuck my dirty nappy to his windscreen, securing it with his windscreen wiper."
The mum in question said she felt instantly better after doing what she had.
She didn't stick around to see the lad's reaction, but we're pretty sure we can guess what it was anyway.
The post isn't a new one but has been shared online again in recent days and we figure it's an experience most mums can empathise with.