Reminds me of a guy I knew at work. He had a handicap license plate, claimed he “deserved” it because he was a “disabled veteran”. He went to the gym regularly and was in a LOT better shape than I was.
There is a huge difference between “disabled” and “handicapped”. The first means you are no longer capable of performing a particular job, the latter means you have difficulty doing day-to-day tasks.
No sense leaving your energy in the parking lot. ;-)
I am guessing that is someplace that he has never been.
We live in a land where walking and Biking paths have parking lots, and people think nothing of taking an elevator up one floor to work out on a StairMaster.
“The Gym” is probably the name of a bar.
Legs. Use ’em or lose ’em.
Tomorrow he won’t find a parking space anywhere. Amazing how the gyms all fill up on Jan. 2nd, but by the end of February are darn near deserted again.
FUN FACTS. People are lazy.
I had a friend who did this… he weighs 400 lbs now…
but but, you know,,,weather! The gym is climate controlled.
My neighbor has a handicap sticker, yet he in the snow clearing business. By Hand not machine. A Happy Healthy New Year to All!
I just love seeing a jacked up pickup or SUV with a “handicapped” plate on it. The only “pass” I’d give on that is someone who had COPD.
I’m old but don’t have handicap plates. I laugh at my gym at the jocks who fight for the closest parking spaces and park illegally along the curbs instead of parking in a row farther back. Like they can’t handle the extra exercise.