Guy loves the supermarket parking space and he used every single space

It’s hard to underestimate why we love the things we love. For whatever reason, some things that don’t do much for others excite us and drive us emotionally. I can talk excitedly about useless cell phone designs or old-school video game introductions, while someone else is going berserk about fashion ads or World War II-era tanks in the mid-80s.

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For this man named Gareth Wilde, he is truly an amazing parking lot. Although I did not go above the moon and become a ball interested in concrete structures, I can appreciate something that was created with a lot of thought in mind. Getting people to a place conveniently and without congestion is not an easy task.

He has a “Top 5” list of different car parks that are beehives in Bromley, and the location in Sainsbury’s is one of his favorites. He even provided an amazing satellite view of the said car park so people can appreciate its beauty.

If you think Gareth is a little different in loving car parks so much, think about the next time you try to get out of a Chick-fil-A.

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Source: Google Map

Like anyone who was obsessed with something they were experiencing, he began to dig a little deeper into Sainsbury’s car park and began to wonder: how long does it take to park at each of those places?

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So, instead of manually counting each location to create a map, he used Google’s app to get a satellite view, and then lay out possible parking spaces.

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Of course there were some places where his vehicle was not parked. He also discounted motorcycle seats with areas designated for disabled and disabled passengers.

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He thought he could do this job in four years. That’s right, this dude had a four-year plan to attack every parking lot in his local Sainsbury’s, wiping out every spot.

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The COVID-19 epidemic made things a little harder, especially with all the insanity surrounding grocery stores and the big TP shortage of 2020.

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However, he was finally able to accomplish his goal of parking his car in every place in six years. He has hard data to back it up.

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He was basically John Wick to bring his car into the parking lots.

What’s more, he decided to spread his knowledge for the benefit of other shopkeepers as well.

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He pointed out the best and worst parking spaces one can grab when going to the grocery store frequently, which gave some people questions about his car parking options … other questions.

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People were very thankful for his contributions. Mostly, however, everyone was impressed that he was caught up in such trivial tasks.

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Doing so made him happy, and of course there were some opponents who criticized Gareth and asked if there was anything he could do better.

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But he is also the director of a creative brand company, and He went viral for doing so. If this person can make parking spaces interesting, there is a good chance he can do more with the naturally cool thing.

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People think about some “important” ideas / things (I know this) I’m a big fan and I want to explore a little more.

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What is your status? What are your weirdest passions that you can talk to for hours and do something creative? Is this a parking lot? If so, you should probably hit Gareth.

Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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