You always avoid parking in a shady spot, until summer comes and then you want to park in a shady area. amirite?

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You are clearly not from Florida. The entire state is a shady spot and yet we always look for the shady spot no matter what time of year it is

A Texan will always park in the shady - well, maybe not those in the Panhandle. And if there is no shade in the summer, you always park with the back of the car to the sun.

Parked under a tree at the airport lot for a week's vacation. Brilliant luck, right?

Thousands of birds used my truck as a latrine.

Unless it's slim shady's area, in which he comes and burns your car down.

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