The background for the scenario is as follows:
Chris and Pat live in the same condominium development, which has a homeowners' association and a resident manager. Each homeowner is allotted one parking space, but the spaces are not assigned.
You are fed up with Chris. Each time it snows, you shovel a parking space for your car. You see Chris peeking out the window. As soon as you drive out, Chris races down and moves the car to where your car was parked. So today, you shovel the snow partially covering Chris's car. Chris came running out, shouting obscenities at you. You said that you want to watch Chris shovel snow for a change. As the argument grew louder, attracting more attention, the manager came out and demanded that you both address this issue.
Pat sure looks cold out there shoveling out his car. I think I'll move my car there after he leaves so I don't have to shovel snow. After all, parking spots are not assigned.
Chris keeps taking my spot after I shovel and go to work, and he never shovels. I'll just shovel this snow into his car's space to teach him a lesson...
Don't swear at me, you jerk. Why don't you get off your lazy butt and shovel some snow for once?!
@!#% you, Pat! You shoveled snow onto my car!
You two are being ridiculous. You better quiet down and work this out!
Go play in traffic, Pat!
Oh, real mature, Chris.
I'll show Pat I know how to shovel. Hehehe...
To Be Continued...
I'd love to see Pat's face when he sees his car covered in snow...