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38 replies on “meirl”

As English is my second language, when someone told me that “This is a bad neighborhood”, I thought it had something to do with shoddy construction. I also wondered why so much of my junk mail had IMPORTANT written on the envelope?

I’m 40 years old, born and raised in America, and I still have no idea what it means to validate parking. It’s not something we do where I’m from.

I have lived in america for almost 50 years. And I still don’t really know what that means. At this point I just refuse to look it up.

“Validate parking” is a thing of Downtowns where parking is a worry and you have to pay for it. Rest of the people who lives elsewhere have same exact confusion when they hear it.

In my 1st year in the US I went to a job interview. The boss asked me if I like to hustle. I didn’t know what that word meant. I thought he asked me if I like to wrestle. I said no, I don’t like wrestling, but I like to watch WWE when I was a kid. He laughed at me and told me he will let me know about the job. Didn’t up end getting it (not surprised) lol

I’m guessing it’s a regional thing. After 40 years I’ve never validated parking before.

And… Thank you for everything and everyone you meet. I am sick of saying and hearing thanks yous. Even every email ends with thank you.

What job were you doing where you were required to validate parking but… didn’t know what validating parking is? But somehow know what the other definition of validating is? Why do these bs stories get so many upvotes

Honestly, I’ve lived here my whole life and I’m still not 100% sure what it means. It’s something I only ever see in TV shows. I don’t think I’ve ever been anywhere that required validated parking in real life.

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